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Project Youth Extension Service (Y.E.S!) Internship Program Helps Serve Military Families
Serving those who serve us! Project Y.E.S! is a national service internship program dedicated to providing quality youth development programs to children and youth of military families. Project Y.E.S! invites college students to join in supporting the needs of military families facing deployment. Created in response to the growing needs of military families, Project Y.E.S! provides youth development programming throughout the entire deployment cycle. While parents or guardians participate in Yellow Ribbon or other military support programs, children can experience positive youth development programs and activities lead by Project Y.E.S! interns.
Project Y.E.S! Interns: volunteer for a one-year commitment; receive training in leadership, youth development, group facilitation, and project management; travel to various locations, nationwide; work with professional mentors; deliver hands-on, engaging, interactive, and fun youth programming to children and youth ages 6-18 years old; and complete a career-enhancing project related to their specific area of interest.
For more details and to apply for the Project Y.E.S! Internship Program, visit: http://militaryfamilies.extension.org/yes-intern-program/
Applications are due February 28, 2015. The Youth Extension Service (Y.E.S!) Internship Program is an example of the 4-H Military Partnership and a collaborative effort between the National Institute of Food and Agriculture, U.S. Department of Agriculture and the Office of Family Policy, Children and Youth, U.S. Department of Defense.
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