Youth Worker Resume Samples - Page 3
Youth Workers work with teens and pre-teens in churches, community centers, social programs, and outdoor-recreation programs. Example resumes in this field indicate duties such as engaging students entering 6th grade through 12th grade; co-facilitating daily programs; and planning various lessons targeting marginalized youth to empower them to make healthy decisions and avoid risky behaviors. Most social and community programs require their Youth Workers to have at least a high school diploma on their resumes, and full-time programs in churches, schools and counseling-based programs require a bachelor's degree and often additional coursework in the areas of religion, education, sociology or psychology.
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Lead Youth Worker
Supervise youth and maintain structure of the residential Group Home
- Advocate for the youth with a variety of professional agencies
- Teach independent living skills and goal setting
- Responsible for daily, weekly, and monthly reports
Teen Advocate /youth Worker
- Served as liaison between homes, schools, family services, child guidance clinics, courts, protective services, doctors, and other contacts to high- risk teenagers who face problems, such as disabilities, abuse, and poverty.
- Conducted youth empowerment and awareness groups.
- Counseled teens' whose behavior, school progress, or mental or physical impairment indicated a need for assistance, diagnosing teens' problems and arranged for needed services.
- Assisted teenagers to learn skills to enhance their social skills to build healthy relationships.
- Engaged youth and provided services to enhance independent living skills.
- Prepared permanency hearing reports and progress notes.
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