Relationships | Support | Projects
Full-time, 40 hours per week


You are the face of The Human Impact to those on the streets, developing relationships to restore dignity, developing individual plans of restoration, introducing advocates who can guide and mentor others, and developing initiatives for specific work and housing needs. You are seen as an advocate to lift those on the street to a better life. You are a person of integrity and initiative, you are true to your word, and you are there for others. You love people of diverse origins, nationalities, and race. You make plans to help others succeed and you work those plans in faith of a better future for those you support. To show support, you are on the streets at least once a week for up to 6 hours per week.  You are finding ways of supporting others and linking to advocates up to 14 hours per week. And you are updating your team and supporters through regular weekly meetings and blog posts.  

After 6 months, you have the opportunity to develop this intern position into an ongoing dream job.  




The Streets | 4 hours

  • At least 1x/week 

Homeless Support | 10 hours

  • Offered as needed, 2-4x/week
  • Support & lead on homeless care plans (2-4 lead at a time)
  • Visit formerly homeless on rotating calendar

Projects | 8 hours

  • Advocacy
  • Street-Side Salon
  • Work Initiative
  • Housing & Community Initiative
  • Lead summer intern program (Fridays)
  • Annual Fundraising Event Coordination & Support

Administrative |  6 hours

  • Weekly team meeting
  • Go to mailbox once a week, Help execute Donor Quarterly Gift mailings (create address labels, help stamp & mail), Enter Moonclerk donations into Aplos, update Event Calendar on Website, Pull Thank You List monthly and help write thank you notes
  • Update homeless care plans weekly when lead


Self-Care | 3 hours

  • Quarterly week off
  • Participate in Monday morning prayer/study

Preferred Skills + Experience: Previous community volunteer work with homeless and or disadvantaged; project management; demonstrable track record of taking initiative and responsibility, meeting commitments, being a self-starter and goal oriented; demonstrating maturity with those who seek guidance. 

Projected Start Date: May 1, 2018

To apply, please email the following to & write “Community Advocate Intern” in subject line:   

  1. Cover Letter-Tell us why this is the job for you  
  2. Your resume in .txt, .doc, or .pdf format