Monday, April 21, 2014

Denver Rescue Mission (DRM) – Harvest Farm (HF)
1.      Horticulture–  Intern will be responsible for helping coordinate the Harvest Farm greenhouse and garden.  This will or may include the following: greenhouse culture, compost, garden culture (annuals and perennials), produce marketing, Pizza Farm, and promoting the garden’s integration with other aspects of Harvest Farm. 
Supervisor Kelly Ballantyne, Garden Supervisor

2.      Case-Management/Chaplaincy  Intern would work with a chaplain, learning the basics of pastoral care, case management, and human services.  Intern would manage a caseload of residents that the chaplain has assigned to the intern.
Supervisor- Rusty Chapman, Farm Chaplain

3.      Volunteer CoordinationHelping the Volunteer Coordinator field volunteer inquiries and welcome volunteers to the facility.  Also help coordinate and oversee Alternative Spring Break and Summer Break groups.  Intern would work with long term and short term volunteers.
Supervisor- Heather Pulley, Volunteer Coordinator

4.      Life Skills, Education and Career – Intern would gain first-hand experience in drug and alcohol rehabilitation within a rural setting by participating in and assisting with education classes.  This position may also cycle through different work therapy areas to gain a better understanding of operations as a whole and will require some additional training on specific classes being taught.
Supervisor – Seth Forwood, LEC Coordinator
5.      Non-profit/Program Management– Internship would be focused on the management of a program site, and the operations of a rehabilitation setting.  This internship requires a strong level of organization, spiritual maturity, and management ability.  Job would be focused on overseeing the farming aspect, pastoral care, and education of residents.  This is designed as a non-profit administration position.
Supervisor- Duncan Shaw, Program Director

6.      General Work Therapy – Interns will shadow Work Therapy supervisors, and learn the ability to keep a full farm working, while also being able to keep an eye on the treatment of residents.  Intern will need to have a relational ministry with residents, and the ability to coordinate schedules and activities in order to insure the farm is maintained, and residents are receiving the full training necessary. 
Supervisor- Heather Pulley, Volunteer Coordinator

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