It’s Our Birthday! Donate $30 for 30 Years of Service to Youth

This month, Teen Feed celebrates 30 years of providing basic needs and the help youth need to meet their future of the streets. Give for Youth. Travel with us.

This month, Teen Feed celebrates 30 Years of providing basic needs, building strong relationships, and allying with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. This work is only made possible by the generous donations of time and money from people like you! Join us in celebrating 30 Years of Teen Feed by making a simple gift of $30! Your gift will help to provide 6 hot, nutritious meals for homeless youth this fall. At our meal program, young people will also connect with specially trained advocates and support staff to access the resources and services they need, such as housing, health care, and other basic needs.

Your donation can be made online today.  Share with others who care.  We’re making a difference – together, in halting homelessness in the future by preventing it now. 

If your budget allows, please consider making a reoccurring gift each month to help us sustain our programming all year long! You will be provided this option on our donation page.

Your donation is greatly appreciated and fully deductible as a charitable contribution. Teen Feed is a tax-exempt 501 (c) (3) organization (EIN 94-3034862).

Ladies Night Thursday July 20 at Swansons

Join us at Swansons on Thursday July 20 for an event to benefit the youth we serve. All ladies (and intrepid others) welcome!

Don’t miss the 4th Annual Summer Nights “Ladies Night Out” at Swansons Nursery this July 20th 6-9pm.
Join us for an evening all about the ladies (intrepid gentlemen welcome to attend)! Enjoy passed appetizers and wine while shopping and socializing. Plus, live music, local artisans, and activities to benefit the great work Teen Feed does in our community. All TICKET SALES (just $15 and includes the first glass) go to benefit the homeless youth served at Teen Feed. Thanks to our community! Need one or 10?  Invite the office (and shh..lets just keep this between us).

Need more info on directions or our friends at Swansons?  CLICK HERE for their homepage.

Starbucks Celebrates MLK Day with Teen Feed – The Basic Needs January 2017 List

Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essential to help homeless youth care for themselves. Teen Feed distributes basic needs items to youth at the nightly meal program, during street outreach, and in our office as youth access support coordination.

It’s been a cold and challenging winter, and it’s even tougher to start 2017 sleeping outside for our homeless youth. This year Martin Luther King Jr Day marks the kickoff of Starbucks Coffee Office Basic Needs Drive collecting sleeping bags, camp gear, wool items, toiletries and healthy snacks at the Utah Avenue Support Center to benefit Teen Feed.  The monthly Starbucks volunteer meal team also joins us for a deep-clean of our host kitchens in the University District.
As youth make their way off the streets, our community travels with us.  These items fill outreach backpacks, promote self care and keep them warm and dry.  Below are a few items that are running low or that youth have specifically requested. (Thanks Starbucks!)  Want to start your own office drive?  Check out this page.

Basic Needs Items for Youth – REQUESTS FROM THE KIDS
JANUARY/FEBRUARY 2017

Click Here for our Basic Needs Amazon Smile Wishlist

Food Items that go into our Outreach Team Backpacks
Costco bulk Granola Bars
Nuts and High Protein Snacks
Instant Oatmeal Packets
Hot Cocoa

Camping Gear:
Waterproof tents and tarps
Sleeping Bags
Disposable hand warmers
Backpacks (gently used ok)
Batteries – AA, AAA
Travel-sized sewing kits
Flashlights
Journals

Wool Items and Gently Used Clothing:
New Socks – all sizes, wool please (warm when wet)
Gloves, hats, scarves
Hooded sweatshirts (L to XXXL, dark colors)
Warm coats
New underwear/boxers
Bras – all sizes

Toiletries
Travel Sized toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner
Combs and brushes
Full-sized Toothbrushes
Deodorant
Razors
Dental Floss
Hand Sanitizer
Tampons & pads
African American hair-care products

(1) Give an item or monetary donation.  Starbucks will match your volunteerism time or double the impact of your dollars by filing for matching
(2) Promote the drive on your social media with co-workers and friends
(3) Feel great about changing lives

Starbucks partners contact Jeff Ronnefeldt at the Starbucks Support Center for questions about the drive or opportunities to volunteer/join the monthly Starbucks Partner Meal Team. (Everyone else: To start an office drive in your own office or community group contact Janine at Teen Feed or check out this page for details and handouts.) Promote volunteerism opportunities for co-workers and friends.

Teen Feed Benefits – Rotary Discovery Wine and Food Truck Event This Saturday March 18 – Thanks Edrington and Kaffeeklatsche

Travel with us. Every backpack team changes lives. You can too.  Join us 5pm to 9pm Saturday and
follow hashtag #DebutsAndDiscoveries. University Sunrise Rotary sponsors the latest local beverage creations at historic Sandpoint Naval Air Station Hangar 30 in Magnuson Park to benefit Teen Feed youth. Enjoy hot bites from the newest local food trucks. Purchase bottles of the beverages that you like best.

Get tickets and directions HERE.  Visit the Event Facebook site HERE.

Visit the chosen charity booth for TEEN FEED sponsored by Edrington’s International Giving More Fund and get your amazing free fresh (and so yummy) pretzel knots from local german baker Kaffeeklatsch Seattle.  Any Questions?  Write to info@teenfeed.org. We will see you there!

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Santa Flies? We’re IN! Family Holiday Event Saturday Dec 3. FREE With A Basic Need

Reindeer Final

Teen Feed Partnered with the Flying Heritage Collection at Paine Field this Saturday December 3rd for the First Annual “Tanks Giving” event – a community gathering to support youth in need. The public brought a basic need from a* special amended BASIC NEEDS list, to forego the $14 entrance fee. What a great day!  Thanks to all of our terrific supporters who came out to support our homeless youth. You’ve made a difference.

Doors opened to view  big mechanical stuff (airplanes, tanks), REAL SNOW, the Grinch Movie in the theater, (yes, popcorn, that’s where Teen Feed is hanging out), food trucks and face paint. Elves under 5 came free.  Come see us and benefit homeless youth. Free parking for Tanks Giving will be available in the FHC parking lot.  See our Facebook page for great pics.  Teen Feed thanks the good folks at the Flying Heritage Collection for the opportunity to share our work with families who care.

Day Included: SNOW
A Magical Santa Village
Santa’s arrival on a TANK – Don’t forget to bring your camera. He’ll take holiday photos with you and your family!
The Unveiling of FHC’s Newest Tanks
Hot Cocoa Station
Ginger Bread Cookie Decorating
Two Delicious Food Trucks Onsite (Vet Chef & Street Donuts)
Scavenger Hunt
Craft Stations
FHC Gaming
Face Painting
RC Tanks Demo
Showing of How the Grinch Stole Christmas in the FHC Theater

Family Holiday Event Saturday Dec 3 with Teen Feed. More info, location or directions?  Check out the Flying Heritage Website. 

Now is the Time for Courage. Give.

Meet River.  You'll change his story.

Becau$e. Now more than ever warm socks, nutritious meals, healthcare copays, first-time housing, GED fees and birth certificates for these incredible kids all cost dollars – and all are essential first steps to a life off the streets.

Because. After 30 years Teen Feed stands strong and vital, a hallmark low barrier organization respecting diversity with proven results. Teen Feed continues to get it right, creating the trusting relationships with youth that prevent permanent homelessness irrespective of gender preference, race or situation. We meet them where they are.

Becau$e You Share our Mission. Don’t stand by idle. Individual donors like you will partner with us to accomplish this vital work by giving from $15 to $5,000. Any amount is put to work.

Teen Feed created over 3,000 positive contacts with street youth moving more than 400 of these young adults into services in 2016 – with respect for their stories, goals and dreams, and with your contribution$.

Because you know that compassion is a stronger solution than fear, we challenge you to care. Travel with us in 2017 at every meal, in every outreach backpack, under every bridge, and with every future with alter. Give generously. Give monthly. Give joyfully. We’re on the streets taking the first steps. With you beside us, WE’VE GOT THIS.

Hiring Part-Time Meal Coordinators

Position also listed HERE on Idealist.org

Mission: Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. Teen Feed responds to the most basic needs of homeless youth with three integrated programs: the Teen Feed Meal Program, Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP) and Service Links for Youth (SLY). Each program contains coordinators training in youth access to healthcare.

Summary: The Teen Feed Meal Program Coordinator supervises all operational aspects of the meal program, including the floor supervision and support of meal team volunteers, Advocates, and Allies. The leadership shown in this vital position ensures safety and consistency in Teen Feed’s meal program and stewards a community of supporters as described in the duties outlined below. The Teen Feed Meal Program Coordinator reports to the Programs Director.

Job Duties and Responsibilities (Other duties may be assigned, as appropriate)

  • Know and share knowledge of every facet of Teen Feed Meal Program operation, including set-up, meal preparation, serving, and clean up. Train and/or support the food team volunteers in these tasks.
  • Oversee the nightly Teen Feed Meal Program as scheduled. Enforce rules at stated in the Teen Feed manual and ensure safety among Teen Feed guests, Advocates, Allies and meal teams using techniques for conflict de-escalation and excellent communication.
  • Supervise guests during Teen Feed Meal Program operation: enforce age limit, steer guests towards referrals or services, and refer and act as a bridge to SLY, STOP, or YAC health programs (or partner agency case management programs.
  • Work with Teen Feed and/or partner agency Support Coordinators/Case Managers to ensure consistency in Teen Feed Meal Program staffing coverage. Assure volunteers records each guest sign on the Youth Sign-in Sheet, and that volunteers sign in on the Volunteer Sign-in Sheet.
  • Utilize and foster skilled volunteerism.  Support Meal Program volunteers in their roles, remembering that they are also community members, donors, and businesspeople outside of Teen Feed — resources to support feedback and overall health of the organization. Include regular check-ups with volunteers during the  program.
  • Play an active part in creating training manuals, collecting stories for development, data collection, and soliciting feedback from youth and partner locations. Write in-kind receipts to donors as requested. Ensure in particular that meal teams record actual meal cost nighty. Potentially supervise Day of Caring volunteers to deep clean kitchens and facilities.
  • Understand and facilitate a positive work environment, encouraging all meal teams and guests to honor Teen Feed’s Meal Program site contracts with all host locations
  • Unlock host sites daily for volunteer meal teams. Participate in facility repair such as graffiti removal, and maintenance such as sweeping, mopping, and taking out the garbage.  Keep storage rooms/closets organized and neat.
  • Lead pre-Meal Program meeting with Advocates and Allies, as well as a post-Meal Program debrief to discuss daily victories; log any information that might be helpful for serving our guests better (i.e. new bars, overall tenor of the evening, any particular youth to note)
  • Monitor Teen Feed phone, binder, keys; ensure all things are brought back to the office at the end of the night
  • Input donation and volunteer data in Salesforce within 5 business days. Update meal program statistics for coverage nights.
  • Assist with Annual ID check: collect materials from guests and coordinate with other agencies to coordinate release of information if guests do not have valid ID, potentially assist with weekly Food Lifeline orders and pick-up
  • Other duties, as assigned on an ad hoc basis or as part of a temporary project
  • Skills and Qualifications:
  • Four-year degree preferred. Social sciences or related field,  Previous experience with homeless youth and young adults a plus or Two years of college credit and two years experience working with homeless youth and / or young adults.
  • Knowledge of social service systems and clinical issues pertinent to homeless youth
  • Ability to partner effectively with diverse local service providers at their sites and demonstrate respect for all service providers’ philosophies and missions.
  • Knowledge and ability to use a harm reduction model in supporting and providing all services
  • Demonstrate an initiative to learn and enhance skills that promote anti-racism and anti-oppression and an understanding of oppression and its impact
  • Willingness to participate as a collaborative team member at weekly meetings, share feedback and mentor professional behavior with peers and youth
  • Ability to empathize with homeless youth and on some level to relate with their unique experiences.
  • Clear understanding of appropriate professional boundaries when working in close proximity to youth served,
  • Participation and awareness of the Meal Program as a forum for stewardship, and represent Teen Feed appropriately
  • Ability to perform all services in a culturally respectful manner, honoring homeless and street-involved young people as valued individuals
  • Ability to use language and behavior that demonstrates a basic respect for the dignity and value of those served, as well as coworkers and colleagues
  • Ability to take initiative and be self-motivated, working with minimal supervision
  • Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills
  • Ability to follow all agency policies including, but not limited to, Teen Feed confidentiality and personnel policies, including keeping private any privileged information relating to other employees or those served
  • Commitment to youth empowerment
  • Sense of humor
  • Proficient in MS Office suite and basic computer applications, such as word processing, spreadsheets, and databases
  • Organization and planning skills
  • Preference for bilingual or multilingual candidates.
  • On call Position is part time with flexible hours

Interested candidates send an email to Teen Feed Executive Director Tom Rembiesa at tom@teenfeed.org with a current resume and cover letter and “Part Time Meal Coordinator” in the subject line.
TEEN FEED IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Winter is Coming! Host a Sock & Basic Needs Drive at Your Office or Work

Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essential to help homeless youth care for themselves. Teen Feed distributes basic needs items to youth at the nightly meal program, during street outreach, and in our office as youth access support coordination.

Teen Feed works to offer basic needs items and daily essential to help homeless youth  care for themselves. Teen Feed distributes basic needs items to youth at the nightly meal program, during street outreach, and in our office as youth access support coordination.

We rely on your help to provide basic needs items to the youth. Please consider holding a supply drive for youth. A supply drive may be collecting coats and sleeping bags at your office, home or social group, or sending an email to friends requesting travel toiletries. Whatever a supply drive may look like to you, know you are providing youth the daily essentials they desperately need. We have included downloadable signage and resources to help you with with your Sock or Basic Needs Drives.

Basic Needs Drive Resources:
Basic Needs Items for Youth:

Click Here for our Basic Needs Amazon Wishlist

Toiletries:
Travel Sized toothpaste, shampoo, conditioner
Combs and brushes
Full-sized Toothbrushes
Deodorant
Razors
Dental Floss
Hand Sanitizer
Tampons & pads
Nail Clippers
African American hair-care products

Clothing:
Hooded sweatshirts (L to XXXL, dark colors)
Warm coats
New underwear/boxers
Bras – all sizes
New Socks – all sizes, wool please (warm when wet)
Gloves, hats, scarves
Disposable hand warmers

Other necessities:
Sleeping bags
Backpacks
Batteries – AA, AAA
Battery operated alarm clocks
Blankets
Travel-sized sewing kits
Flashlights
Personal Journals (in gallon ziplock bags)
Work boots
Bus tickets
Headphones
Dry dog and cat food
Hot Cocoa
Instant Oatmeal
High-Protein Nutritious snacks like Kind bars, nuts and fruit leather

Donation Drop-Off Schedule

Tuesdays and Thursdays, 5:30pm to 6:15pm, University Congregation Church – 4515 16thAve NE (@NE 45th), prior to the Teen Feed meal program. Donation contact: Janine at info@teenfeed.org. *call ahead to let the nightly team know you’re coming. T: 206.229.0813

Need help? We are happy to create something custom for your group, or update you on the latest personal requests for our youth in their jobs, going to school or working for us toward stability as interns! Please reach Janine Kennedy at janine@teenfeed.org or 206.409.1202 for more information

OPEN: Support Coordinator for SLY – Position Filled

Teen Feed welcomes Raley Rewa as Support Coordinator to join our committed team to provide structured support to street-involved youth and young adults to help them make positive choices, address barriers to stability, and support wrap-around care and housing transition advisement.

Service Links for Youth (SLY) Support Coordinator Job Description
Essential Duties

Support Coordination (95%)

  • Serve as the primary staff liaison for youth enrolled in SLY. Provide individual counseling and assistance in finding shelter and permanent housing, employment, educational opportunities, healthcare, and mental health/chemical dependency support. Offer support and resources to youth for achieving self identified goals.  Work collectively and proactively with Teen Feed complementary program coordinators to promote best practice and youth-first focus.
  • Enroll youth in the SLY program per City of Seattle eligibility criteria. Proactively and creatively help define the role of Support Coordinator and criteria with City of Seattle.  With minimal supervision, coordinate all aspects of Service Links for Youth (SLY) program and evaluate program performance.
  • Maintain an active presence at the Teen Feed Meal Program (3) three nights per week and at the ROOTS young adult shelter (2) two nights per week in rotation with STOP coordinator staff to serve as a resource and engage with homeless youth to self identify goals towards housing and self-sufficiency.
  • Maintain administrative responsibility for Salesforce metrics and HMIS data entry, monthly board and end year reports. Enter Safe Harbors data by the second Tuesday of each month.
  • Maintain monthly invoicing, Monitor monthly spending and income.  Determine how to meet contract goals alongside Executive Director and support the process of annual contract renewal. Proactively encourage a relationship with the City’s contract monitor and maintain awareness of ongoing contractual and legal requirements.
  • Maintain weekly contact with actively enrolled youth, follow-up on unstated needs. Actively strategize with STOP colleagues to provide resources and services for youth as they develop and change. Maintain a file for each enrolled youth including enrollment paperwork, documentation of important interactions. Manage 6 month reviews, close and follow up on closed files properly. Work closely with Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP) staff to foster multiple contacts with same clients to meet wrap-around needs .
  • Be willing to become certified as an In-Person Assister through the Washington Health Benefit Exchange. Consider healthcare and housing enrollment, particularly in Expanded Medicaid, a goal for all youth enrolled in SLY support coordination.
  • Maintain statistics on the SLY program for use in monthly reports to the Executive Director and Board of Directors. Contribute articles, program updates or social media to the Director of Community Engagement upon request.
  • Maintain supplies and information for Teen Feed’s needle exchange program. Conduct needle exchange with youth in a safe, positive, and confidential manner, including while on outreach. Connect with youth that exchange to find opportunities to reduce harm.
  • Attend bimonthly clinical supervision, weekly supervision with the Executive Director, and all weekly staff and case staffing meetings promoting resiliency. Attend monthly UDSPA service provider team meetings, semi-annual Teen Feed Board/Staff retreats, and community meetings with network partners as recommended by the Executive Director.
  • Be an active, contributing team player. Maintain frequent communication regarding use issues and questions that arise during program.  Be willing to participate in all-organization cross-trainings to better understand the scope of the Teen Feed organization, our role in the USDP community and the educational needs of the staff.
  • Locate, suggest, share and actively participate in educational trainings supporting youth on relevant topics, i.e.  youth self-determination, LGBT youth support, sex and dating relationships and exploitation and others. Make recommendations to the Teen Feed team as we collectively create awareness and sensitivity to the youth we serve. Support all staff in balance, awareness of youth issues, and appropriate boundaries.

Community Outreach & Leadership

  • Represent Teen Feed at various outreach events, community meetings, advocacy opportunities, and donor events; share Teen Feed services and missions with the community. Contribute stories to grant proposals and social media. Collect best practices from community partners that work for Teen Feed and prevent redundancy and educate the staff on how to best serve selected groups.
  • Maintain partnerships with Street Youth Legal Advocates of Washington (SYLAW) of Washington. Coordinate drop-in schedules with SYLAW volunteers, update and maintain SYLAW binder as necessary, refer youth to SYLAW, and ensure community is aware of the resource.Desired Skills & Attributes
  • Knowledge of social service systems and clinical issues pertinent to homeless youth.
  • Ability to partner effectively with diverse local service providers at their sites and demonstrate respect for all service providers’ philosophies and missions.
  • Demonstrate an initiative to learn and enhance skills that promote anti-racism, anti-oppression, cultural competency and an understanding of oppression and its impact.
  • Ability to empathize with homeless youth and on some level to relate with their unique experiences.
  • Knowledge of private and public health insurance options available in Washington State, or demonstrated willingness to train.
  • Clear understanding of appropriate professional boundaries when working with youth.
  • Ability to perform all services in a culturally respectful manner, honoring homeless and street-involved young people as valued individuals.
  • Ability to use language and behavior that demonstrates a basic respect for the dignity and value of those served, as well as coworkers and colleagues in a professional setting.
  • Knowledge and ability to use us harm reduction model in providing all services.
  • Ability to take initiative and be self-motivated, working with minimal supervision.
  • Excellent communication, organizational, and interpersonal skills.
  • Ability to follow all agency policies including, but not limited to, Teen Feed & NASW code of ethics, confidentiality, and personnel policies, including keeping private any privileged information relating to other employees or those served.
  • Commitment to youth empowerment.
  • Sense of humor.

Qualifications

  • MSW or other graduate degree in social sciences or a related field preferred; or six years of direct social service experience.
  • One year of experience with homeless or at-risk youth and young adults.
  • Demonstrated ability to work well with diverse populations, including youth of color and LGBTQ youth.
  • Physically able to travel long distances, tolerate extreme weather conditions, and carry up to 30lbs; ability to work routine evening shifts and occasional weekends.
  • Preference for bilingual or multilingual candidates.
  • Position is 40 hours weekly with benefits

Interested candidates should send an email to Teen Feed’s Executive Director Tom Rembiesa at tom@teenfeed.org with a current resume and either a cover letter or email message explaining why you are interested in working with Teen Feed.

TEEN FEED IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Hiring: STOP Outreach Coordinator

Teen Feed works with the community to offer support to meet basic needs, build strong relationships, and ally with homeless youth as they meet their future off the streets. Teen Feed responds to the most basic needs of homeless youth with three (3) integrated programs: Teen Feed Meal Program, Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP), and Service Links for Youth (SLY). No longer a stand-alone program, Youth Access to Care is now imbedded deeply into all core support programming.  See the Idealist.org listing HERE.

Summary:
The Street Talk Outreach Program (STOP) is a program of Teen Feed aimed at meeting the needs of high-risk youth who avoid traditional social service agencies. STOP sends out teams of staff, community volunteers, youth continuum partners, and peer outreach workers to meet youth in their own environment—the streets and alleys where they spend most of their time. The STOP Support Coordinator plays an integral role on this team, leading in partnership with the STOP Outreach boots on the ground to supervise and support peer interns, collect metrics for trend analysis, and lead the charge for health and housing referrals and homelessness prevention.  STOP meets youth “where they are.”

STOP Support Coordinator essential job duties include:

  • Upholding the Teen Feed mission to meet the basic needs of homeless youth
  • Continually developing STOP program capacity to better serve its target populations within communities of color, LGBTQ youth, former foster youth and subpopulations ages 13-25 who are homeless or in imminent risk of being so
  • Network, build and manage teams of USDP support groups and community partnerships from the 40+ legacy groups supporting Teen Feed in healthcare, education and housing referrals to continually improve capacity of STOP
  • Build diverse volunteer staff base for street outreach with development staff. Serve as a resource for trainings and best practice modeling for outreach volunteers
  • Maintain outreach supplies and steward donors in support of development officer for in-kind donations and financial support
  • Work closely with the Service Links for Youth (SLY) position to optimize client experience and success
  • Maintain office hours conducive the largest traffic of youth need including meal times, IN-reach drop-in and individual appointments
  • Manage the STOP budget
  • Coordinate intentional and rotating outreach teams referring youth to appropriate resources and Teen Feed services and monitor progress, solicit feedback and adjust for a youth-first approach
  •  Directly supervise intake, review, planning and exit interviews for two (2) peer interns in cohorts of six months in length. Model behaviors and hold interns accountable for ethical and professional practice. Evaluate the internship’s organizational framework by conducting meaningful intern performance evaluations and programs needs assessments and make suggestions for necessary improvements. Assist in supporting interns’ aspirations and self-identified goals, with a focus on long term planning beyond their internship. Hold interns accountable to represent Teen Feed in an ethical and professional manner
  • Represent Teen Feed at various outreach events, community meetings, King County learning circles, advocacy opportunities and donor events, and share enthusiasm for Teen Feed’s services and mission

Qualifications

  • Four-year degree in social sciences preferred but related experience considered
  • A minimum of one year of experience with homeless youth and young adults with the demonstrated ability to empathize with their unique experiences
  • Organized communicator with a positive attitude, collaborative work ethic, creativity and flexibility
  • Some knowledge of social service systems and clinical issues pertinent to homeless youth
  • Experience with zero-based budget management or willingness to learn
  • Partners effectively with diverse local service providers
  • Knowledge and ability to use a harm reduction model in supporting and providing all services.
  • Demonstrate an initiative to learn and enhance skills that promote anti-racism and anti-oppression and an understanding of oppression and its impact
  • Willingness to be cross-trained to support the Teen Feed organization in other areas
  • Perform regular database entry into HMIS/HPMIS, and Salesforce
  • Demonstrate willingness to trained in cultural competency, LBGTQ awareness, and a progressive care service model
  • Clear understanding of appropriate professional boundaries when working in close proximity to youth served
  • Ability to perform all services in a culturally respectful manner, honoring homeless and street-involved young people as valued individuals
  • Position may travel locally (limited) to serve nomadic populations and increase continuum of care, including one Outreach shift per week with team for training, observation, feedback and support
  • Position is 32 Hours per week

To apply please submit a resume, cover letter or any questions to Tom Rembiesa at tom@teenfeed.org. Please include the position title “STOP Applicant” and your name in the subject line of your email.