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Case Management Internship 

Location: Skilled Nursing Facility & Community, St. Louis

 

Circle of Care, St. Louis, offers an exciting opportunity for aspiring case managers, inviting applications for the position of Case Management Intern. If you're passionate about community-focused healthcare and keen to make a tangible impact, we'd love to hear from you.

 

As a Case Management Intern, you'll assist our case management team within the hospital and community setting and directly support clients in need. Your role will include assisting clients in completing necessary paperwork such as Medicaid and SNAP applications and other related documentation.

 

Key Responsibilities:

  • Schedule and confirm client appointments.

  • Conduct follow-ups post-appointments to identify additional client needs.

  • Provide data entry and documentation support.

  • Identify and research community resources that could enhance our services.

  • Promote Circle of Care, St. Louis, by participating in local community fairs.

  • Participating in training sessions and meetings when suitable.

 

Interns are expected to maintain a consistent schedule, completing 16-18 hours weekly for a minimum commitment of one semester (16 weeks) or approximately three months.

 

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Current undergraduate or Graduate student in social work, psychology, sociology, social services, or similar fields.

  • A strong desire to serve and contribute to the missions of Circle of Care, St. Louis.

  • Excellent interpersonal, and verbal & written communication skills.

  • Basic proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Access, PowerPoint).

  • Able to commit to scheduled shifts and maintain client confidentiality.

 

Please note that supervision by a licensed professional (LMSW, LCSW, LPC, LMFT, etc.) is not available for this role. Internships requiring this credentialing will not be accepted.

 

Additional Requirements:

  • Valid Driver's License: Case Manager Interns must travel in the field/community and in the office.

  • Valid Automobile Insurance policy.

If you're looking to apply your academic knowledge in a practical setting and further your career in social work, apply to be our Case Management Intern. We're excited to help nurture your potential and enrich your career journey.

The Volunteer Recruitment Intern will work with Circle of Care, St. Louis, to identify volunteer candidates with the right skills and talents to take on the organization’s specific project. The Volunteer Recruitment Intern will work with the organization to understand specific volunteer needs, build partnerships with individuals and entities to access pools of potential volunteers, and define a process for ongoing recruitment, as needed. This individual will exhibit strong networking and influencing skills and a process-oriented mindset.

 

Responsibilities:

  • Assisting with coordinating and scheduling volunteers for Circle of Care, St. Louis

  • Ensure Volunteers are properly utilized and engaged

  • Respond to volunteer inquiries in a timely and efficient manner

  • Help coordinate Volunteer Recognition Activities

  • Protect Circle of Care, St. Louis's value, and individuals’ privacy by maintaining confidentiality.

  • Assisting with Volunteer Recruitment and Outreach Events

  • Seek out partners, institutions, or channels (e.g., online platforms, social media) that can provide volunteers with the right skill sets

  • Vet prospective volunteers on behalf of Circle of Care, St. Louis

 

Qualifications and Skills Needed:

  • Working toward a college degree, preferably in a related field (e.g., Business Administration, Nonprofit Management, or Social Work)

  • Previous internship or related experience in volunteer engagement and/or management is a plus

  • An effective communicator, both written and oral

  • Ability to communicate professionally with staff, volunteers, and family partners

  • Self-motivated, good organizational skills, detail-oriented, ability to prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines

  • Enthusiasm for the mission of Circle of Care, St. Louis, and the students and schools we serve

Fund Development Intern Job Description

Position Overview:

Circle of Care St. Louis is seeking a dedicated and enthusiastic Fund Development Intern to join our dynamic team. This role offers an excellent opportunity for individuals looking to gain hands-on experience in the nonprofit sector, specifically within fundraising and development-related activities. The intern will play a crucial role in supporting our fundraising initiatives, researching and writing grant proposals, and enhancing donor relations and engagement.

 

Duration: This is a part-time, stipend internship lasting 6 months.

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in organizing and conducting fundraising events and campaigns.

  • Research potential donors, sponsors, and new grant funding opportunities.

  • Support the maintenance and updates of the donor database for accurate records keeping.

  • Aid in the grant application process, including preparation and drafting of proposals.

  • Develop materials for donor meetings and promotional presentations.

  • Engage in brainstorming and planning meetings to propose innovative ideas for donor engagement.

  • Create marketing and communication materials for fundraising events.

  • Perform administrative duties related to fund development activities as required.

Qualifications:

  • Currently enrolled in or a recent graduate from a degree program in Nonprofit Management, Public Relations, Marketing, Business Administration, or a related field.

  • Demonstrated interest in the nonprofit sector with a passion for the mission and goals of Circle of Care St. Louis.

  • Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.

  • Proficient in written and verbal communication.

  • Ability to work both independently and collaboratively in a team environment.

  • Experience with Microsoft Office; familiarity with CRM software is advantageous.

  • Availability for flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends for event participation.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Obtain practical experience in various facets of fund development including event management, grant writing, and donor relations.

  • Develop professional communications and networking skills within the nonprofit sector.

  • Understand effective fundraising strategies and donor engagement techniques.

  • Actively contribute to meaningful projects that directly support the mission of Circle of Care St. Louis.

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