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Students pursuing a degree in social services, technology, community leadership, or a related field can assist with administration and operations.


This is an unpaid internship. However, students will receive hands-on experience in grant writing, community engagement, group facilitation, and administrative services while working with youth and young adults suffering from homelessness.


Students may also receive college credit.

Group Facilitators

Qualified individuals are needed to host small groups of youth and young adults ages 16-23 in the areas of 

  • Money Management

  • Understanding Credit

  • Life Skills

  • Physical, Emotional, Mental Wellness

  • Healthy Relationships

  • Goal Setting

  • Drivers Education/Learners Permit

  • Workforce Readiness

Complete potential interns and volunteers should complete this form to get in touch.


Through our working partnerships with employers we prepare our young men and women for careers and help fill vacant positions.


We ask employers to:

  • Allow us to refer good candidates who’ve completed our workforce readiness program.

  • Hire our participants who qualify for open positions.  

  • Build an ongoing partnership with Serenity Living Transitional Home.

  • Complete this form to get in touch.

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