There are many reasons why Adelphoi is a great place to work! Adelphoi staff are committed, caring individuals who want to make a difference in the life of a child while building transferable skills and a sustainable career.
Adelphoi is a great place to begin your career and build transferable work skills. If you recently graduated with a degree in Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Family Studies, Education, Liberal Arts, Management, or Communications, we want to talk to you! You will have an opportunity to change the life of a child while learning to work with people, manage youth behaviors, improve communication skills and build your career. Adelphoi also offers paid training to increase your scope of knowledge and advancement opportunities.
Adelphoi is hiring for youth counselors, community caseworkers, MST therapists, teachers/substitute teachers, as well as other positions. Click here for current job openings.
Yes! A part-time job at Adelphoi offers a flexible work schedule as well as on-call opportunities to earn extra income. Plus you have the opportunity to make a difference in the life of a child
Internships provide an opportunity to gain valuable work experience, make professional contacts and improve your resume. Adelphoi offers internships in several areas of study: Criminal Justice, Sociology, Psychology, Counseling, Family Studies, Education, Liberal Arts, Management, Communications, and Humanities. In addition, Adelphoi offers internships for master’s level students in the following areas: Social Work, Criminal Justice, Counseling, and Family Studies.
Your service has already made a difference to so many – let us help you continue to serve! We believe that you have the necessary skills to make a difference with the youth that we serve. Your ability to be a role model for youth in either a full- or part-time role with Adelphoi is something we would like to talk about with you.
Working at Adelphoi may qualify you for the Public Service Loan Forgiveness (PSLF) Program. Some loan institutions allow for a “loan deferment” or “loan cancellation” when working with low income/high risk youth and families. For more detailed information, please visit studentaid.ed.gov/sa/ or contact your federal loan servicer.