Juvenile Internship Program, MN Dept. of Corrections

Thistledew Wilderness Adventure Juvenile Internship Program. 

MCF-Togo Internship Program

MCF-Togo would like to take this opportunity to introduce you to our internship program.  We are interested in offering college students a well-rounded experience in the following fields:
       Education Programming
       Residential Treatment
       Therapeutic Adventure
       Substance Abuse Intervention Program

We are especially interested in interns who desire to work with juvenile males in a correctional setting.  No technical or wilderness travel experience is required.

MCF-Togo provides the following:
       Room and board.
       Hands-on experience.
       A dynamic and challenging learning experience.
       Recommendations/evaluation upon successful completion of the  internship program.

MCF-Togo requires the following for all internships:
       Interns must receive academic credit or fulfill an academic  program requirement for the internship.
       Must be 21 years of age or older.
       Must possess a valid driver’s license.
       Must commit to a minimum three-month stay.
       Must provide two references.
       Must have an academic advisor’s approval.
       Must successfully complete a criminal history check, physical  exam and Mantoux test.

http://www.doc.state.mn.us/employment/interns/thistledew.htm
 
 
Femina Ajayi-Hackworth (Waldorf Alumni)
Internship/ADA Coordinator
MN Department of Corrections
Femina.Ajayi@state.mn.us
651-361-7257
651-643-3444 (fax)
 

 

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