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Junior Youth Advocate
Families on the Move of New York City, Inc.
The peer youth advocate will be a young person who has had emotional, behavioral, or mental health challenges and has received services through one of the child serving systems in NYC, ie: mental health, juvenile justice, substance abuse, foster care, etc. System experience is necessary to do the work of a peer youth advocate.
In conjunction with the Program Director and Senior Youth Advocate, the Junior Youth Advocate will provide support and peer advocacy for youth receiving services at the Brooklyn Children's Center and other community programs.
Applicants should be willing to
*prioritize work load
*keep accurate records
*speak publically at conventions, seminars, and events
*Must be able to travel to Queens for 10 hours of work at the Queen's Children Psychiatric Center each week
*Work well individually and as part of a team.
High school diploma or GED