Raphael House Residential Community Internship
Our Residential Community Internship Program provides an opportunity for students and adult professionals from various faith backgrounds to participate in directly serving homeless and low-income families. By partnering with students and adult professionals from faith committees that are dedicated to issues of social justice and empowerment of those living in poverty, everyone benefits: the families that we serve, the congregations that we partner with, and our community at large.
A residential intern may be placed in any of the following programs
Residential Program: Serving families living in the shelter program with day-to-day activities, acclimating to living in a community, conflict resolution, and life skills.
Case Management Assistant: Working with families both in the AfterCare and Residential Programs towards independence and long-term stability. Includes client interviews, advocacy calls and community referrals.
Children’s Program: Providing enriching and educational opportunities to children, such as one on one tutoring, art activities, and community outings.
Development: Assist with the fundraising aspects that allows Raphael House to serve families experiencing homelessness.
Six or twelve month placements
Live in a community with other Residential Community Interns
Receive a monthly stipend
Participate in community activities within San Francisco
Obtain hands-on experience and develop skills through professional development trainings
Acquire a greater understanding of San Francisco non-profits and a community committed to social justice and service
For more information regarding the RCI Program,
contact Anna Hurtado at firstname.lastname@example.org or 415.474.4621.