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careers at paving the way msi

Job Opportunities

Paving the Way MSI offers a steady and challenging career path. We have great opportunities for self-starting professionals who are looking for a solid career path and are ready to make a difference in our community.  If you are interested in working for a growing nonprofit, consider Paving the Way MSI.

 

PTW is now recruiting for the following positions:

  • Licensed Clinical Social Workers experienced in working with Children and/or Adults
  • Psychiatrists experienced in working with Children and/or Adults

 

If you are interested in employment opportunities with PTW, email your resume to: abarros@pavingthewaymsi.org

Internships

Paving the Way MSI offers exciting and competitive internship opportunities. We ensure interns hands-on learning experiences that will be useful throughout their professional careers.

 

As an intern with PTW, you can:

 

  • Provide program assistance to clinical staff
  • Perform administrative duties
  • Conduct program research and evaluation
  • Assist with community outreach and development

 

Email abarros@pavingthewaymsi.org for more information on internship opportunities. 

Volunteer Opportunities

At Paving the Way MSI we value our volunteers, as well as their dedication and commitment.  Please find time to help PTW grow by volunteering.

 

 

Volunteer to:

 

  • Mentor children and youth
  • Provide office administrative support
  • Community outreach and program support
  • Assist with organizing community and special events

 

To register as a Volunteer, please email: abarros@pavingthewaymsi.org

 

 

Paving the Way MSI, is an equal opportunity employer.  We fully support diversity in the workplace and do not discriminate against applicants or employees because of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, citizenship status or disability status.

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