If you are a high school Senior or College student and headed into the rewarding Equine-Service field, check out JAKES Club’s Internship program. Working together with your educator’s internship requirements, we can help you grow to achieve your dreams! Helping you reach children and change lives ... one child with one horse at a time.
JAKES Club's horse leader, Mandy, participating with 2009 Intern program from William Woods College.
Internships are volunteer unpaid positions
Housing accommodations are the responsibility of the Intern.
Commitment of 15-40 hours a week, minimum of 8 weeks. The length of internship is based on intern's and JAKES Club's current program needs.
Schedule is to be arranged with Internship supervisor. Saturday availability required.
Internships can be completed for school credit and intern is responsible for record keeping.
Know and support JAKES Club's mission statement.
Adherence to Polices and Procedures outlined in JAKES Club Program Handbook.
Always represent JAKES Club in a positive, supportive, respectful and professional manner.
Internship Training Highlights:
JAKES Club offers specific training in relation to internship. In addition interns will receive:
New Volunteer training following Volunteer guidelines
JAKES Club Provides:
Continual feedback to keep you on track
Assisting Evaluations per Intern school guidelines