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Child Care Internship (ID: 105991) for Spring 2018

Agency/Facility

Off of Children and Family Svcs

52 Washington St.
Rensselaer , NY 12144

Division/Unit: Child Care

 

Web Site: http://ocfs.state.ny.us(New Window)

 

Proposal Information

Description:

The Division of Child Care Services (DCCS) is responsible for the regulatory oversight and licensing/registration activities of over 18,000 child care programs in New York State. DCCS is also responsible for the oversight of the locally administered Child Care Subsidy Program that assists parents in meeting the cost of child care services. The student assistant will research and analyze current trends in the regulatory requirements for child care in other states, participate in various workgroups and assist in the completion of special projects. The student assistant will identify the best practices in other states that may have the potential to be implemented in the child care environment in New York State. The assistant will develop documents of comparisons with other states for use in regulatory revision workshops, and will also participate in and prepare materials for various workgroups as needed and provide overall support to the DCCS regional office support unit and the senior management team. The hours of operation for the Division are from 8:00AM to 5:00 PM, Monday through Friday.

 

Skills:

Communication/Public Relations

Planning/Analysis/Research

Public Policy

Human Services

 

Internship Areas: Communications/Public Relations, Human Services, Planning/Analysis/Research, Public Policy

Logistical Information

Payment? Paid

Number of Hours: 30 or more

Location: Rensselaer

Number of Interns Needed: 1

Desired Candidate Profile

Preferred Standing 1st Year Law Student

Minimum Standing: Graduate Student

Degree Concentrations: Business Administration, Communication Studies, Counseling, Cultural Studies, Education Studies, Financial Studies, Human Services, Legal Studies, Public Administration, Social Science