Keeping the Job Instructor - YOUTHWORKS!Skip to Application
Who: You are a resourceful professional who can build on already developed curriculum and help our YOUTHWORKS! participants understand the importance of professional behavior in the workplace, conflict in the workplace, conflict outcome, and resolution strategies, and effective communication.
What: As a Keeping the Job Instructor, you will:
- Address topics like workplace ethics, boundaries and diversity.
- Facilitate activities and exercises about what trainees need to know and do to protect their jobs.
- Facilitate safe, non - threatening activities to help trainees understand how to move from a conflict situation to collaboration.
- Help trainees practice guidelines to conflict resolution for common workplace scenarios.
- Have trainees practice verbal communication.
- Understand tone, pitch and inflection.
- Have trainees practice reading nonverbal communication & body language perceptions
- Facilitate a listening activity that requires active listening skills
Why: Part of transitioning into young adulthood and the workforce requires effective communication, conflict resolution and professionalism. This workshop will help trainees understand and practice these skills.
When: TBD - Tuesdays starting June 19th - August 9th, from 2pm - 6pm.
Where: Idaho Youth Ranch Administrative Office
5465 Irving St
Bldg 3 - TRAINING CENTER
Boise, ID 83706
How: In order to volunteer for this opportunity, you will:
- Need to be at least 25 years old.
- Submit an application to the Volunteer Coordinator
- Submit to and pass a criminal background check
- Complete an interview
- Agree to and comply with all Idaho Youth Ranch Volunteer Policies and Procedures.
Do you have the skills to help shape a young person on their career path? This may be the opportunity for you. Please contact Leslie Morthland, Volunteer Coordinator at email@example.com or 208-972-5540 to get involved!