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Posted: Saturday, February 3, 2018 9:33 AM

National Youth Leadership Forum (NYLF): Medicine NYLF Medicine gives high school students an opportunity to gain real-world medical career experience and explore professional opportunities in the expanding fields of medicine and health care. An interactive curriculum will allow them to use personal and academic strengths and skills in direct, hands-on medical and health care activities and true-to-life medical simulations created by top medical training professionals. NYLF Medicine is a springboard for students to help them achieve tremendous success in college and in a future career in health care and medicine. Skillsets needed: academic curiosity, nimble logistical dexterity, outstanding customer service, professionalism, and an unparalleled commitment to empowering high school students. Classroom/teaching experience preferred for some positions. Our field staff will be living and working onsite at university campuses across the country. You can anticipate being "on call"/available 24/7, though working hours will typically be from approximately 7am through 11pm. Each day is 9 days long, and you may be assigned to one or more sessions. Contract dates vary, but this program runs from June through July. Learn more about the NYLF Medicine program [HERE]. Scholar Experience Team The Scholar Experience Team (SET) members provide logistical and organization support to the program and address individual student concerns. The SET team work directly with the Leads, Advisors, students and vendors to ensure that all aspects of the program run smoothly. The SET team is expected to perform the following duties: Appropriately addressing individual student concerns Supporting the POA by completing administrative tasks Communicating with vendors and key contacts Being responsible for program equipment (ie rental cars, curriculum materials, signage, etc.) Ensuring that educational materials and supplies are delivered and picked up from classrooms Assisting students with addressing medical concerns and facilitating doctors visits for unwell students Ensuring student safety and accountability Being on-call 24 hours per day while the program is in session and actively engaging with staff and students during scheduled working hours (typically 7:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily) Requirements 21 years of age with a valid drivers license and comfortability driving in large cities Excellent logistical and organization skills Bachelors level education (current students considered) Outstanding customer service skills Previous experience working with youth Proven ability to understand and implement policies Ability to exercise good judgment and solve problems Maturity and professionalism Good communication and teamwork capabilities


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