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Thank you for your interest in joining the Ozone House team!
Ozone House was recognized as a finalist at the University of Michigan’s annual Positive Business Conference in 2015.
Begin your career experience with Ozone House. Interested in becoming an Ozone House Intern? Ozone House can only accept interns who are enrolled in a 2 or 4-year college or university which requires an internship for program completion. Internships must be monitored and sponsored by a field advisor from the institution. A minimum of a one-year commitment is required.
If you find that Ozone House offers an internship that interests you, we highly recommend that your field placement advisor, from your college or university, contact the program director in charge of the internship you are seeking. Your field advisor will be asked to provide your cover letter and resume for consideration. Please also complete an internship application. We look forward to hearing from you!
- Crisis Line (Associate’s or Bachelor’s Level): The Crisis Line Internship is only available three times a year. This position is responsible for working as a crisis counselor on our 24-Hour Crisis Line.
- Clinical Services (Bachelor’s Level): This position is responsible for working to assist our Clinical Team.
- Clinical Services (Master’s Level): This position is responsible for working to assist our Clinical Team.
- Ozone Drop-In (Bachelor’s or Master’s Level): This position is responsible for assisting our Drop-In Center Team.
- Residential Services (Bachelor’s Level): This position is responsible for assisting our Residential Services Team.
- Non-Profit Management (Master’s Level): This position is responsible for assisting in non-service related agency functions such as operations, program evaluations, reporting, grant writing, and staff development.
- Education Project for Homeless Youth (Bachelor’s or Master’s Level): This position is responsible for assisting with the coordination for educational-related services for students and families experiencing homelessness.
Ozone House provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. We strongly encourage individuals from marginalized groups to apply, including people of color, individuals who have experienced poverty or economic hardship, and people who identify as LGBTQ. Ozone House is committed to Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion and enforces an anti-oppressive environment to support the retention of employees from groups that have been underrepresented within the organization.
Your generous support ensures that we can offer a safe place and support – free of charge –
to hundreds of homeless and runaway youth in our community.