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Summer 2003

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Job Shadowing

Raven's Quest participants had the opportunity to spend time in three different behavioral health organizations over a 6 week period during the Summer Institute, for a total of 75 hours of job shadowing. Some students shadowed one individual in an organization, while others shadowed several employees. The organizations served a variety of clients, from young children to the elderly. Some programs dealt with homeless people, some with families, while others dealt with substance abuse and dual diagnosis issues. Job shadowing organizations for 2003 included the following: Cook Inlet Tribal Council, Southcentral Counseling Center, Southcentral Foundation, Homeward Bound, Alaska Children's Services, Providence Hospital, Salvation Army Adult Rehabilitation Center, and McLaughlin Youth Center.

 

RQSI 2003 - Job 1Alice Smith and Wesley Roberts talk to Laura Hensley from Southcentral Foundation's Behavioral Health Services program.

RQSI 2003 - Job 2

Eve Mendenhall is excited about her placement at Southcentral Counseling Center.

RQSI 2003 - Job 3



Peer Mentor Jess Faber visits with staff from Homeward Bound, where Jess had done an internship previously.  


RQSI 2003 - Job 5Van driver Guillermo makes sure Raven's Quest participants are able to get to their job shadowing sites. Guillermo also volunteered as our "Chef Extraordinaire" when called upon during our potlucks!

RQSI 2003 - Job 4Virginia Englishoe and Shirley Holmberg talk to Lee Ann Schooler, Case Management Coordinator at Homeward Bound.