JOBS AND INTERNSHIPS
Join the team at SOS!
Full Time Housing Supports Coordinator- Position Description
note: SOS is hiring for multiple positions within the Housing team
Housing Search & Information Specialist AmeriCorps Member- Position Description
This is a one-year term, stipend-based position through the Michigan AmeriCorp’s Campaign to End Homelessness (CTEH).
To keep our staff as safe as possible, SOS promotes remote work to the greatest extent possible. SOS provides masks, gloves, hand sanitizer and face shields to all employees, and has installed physical barriers in the workspace when social distancing cannot be consistently maintained. SOS is using a daily screening protocol for all persons entering our buildings, including a temperature check and symptom checklist. We are using a weekly environmental cleaning service for all of our buildings
Please send resume and cover letter to Executive Director, Rhonda Weathers, at email@example.com.
Calling All Interns
Do you want to get hands-on experience in a grassroots organization that makes a big difference?
Interns at SOS Community Services do work that truly helps families find home—from feeding the hungry to helping at-risk kids to social media management and more. Interns primarily work in one of three areas listed below.
- Resource Center & Housing Services
The SOS Resource Center serves those in immediate need. Help restock our pantry, answer questions about affordable housing, and link clients with important resources.
- Children’s Programs
Children are the most vulnerable and least visible victims of homelessness. Interns can assist staff with organizing programs by doing community outreach to assisting with children’s play groups.
Help SOS continue its important work by helping with fundraising, events, and more. Students must attend accredited colleges and universities to receive credit for internships.
Is one of these a great fit for you? If so, please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
“I’m a supporter of SOS because children and families should have a safe home.”
~ Glenna Frank Miller, SOS Board of Directors