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Spring Semester Internships with Project for Pride in Living

PPL helps people gain housing stability, employment, family stability and youth achievement.

Since 1972, thousands of low-income people have built brighter, stable futures and stronger communities as a result of PPL's innovative approach of helping people help themselves. PPL's mission is to: work with lower-income individuals and families to achieve greater self-sufficiency through housing, employment training, support services, and education.

This spring semester PPL has several internships available with the Family Literacy Program. There are four program areas: early childhood education, elementary literacy, teen tech literacy, and adult education/ELL. Some sites can offer these as work study positions.

You will find the position descriptions attached.

Family Lit Pre-K Leader Internship - University of Minnesota - Spring 2012.doc

Family Literacy Adult Ed Tutor-Intern - University of Minnesota - Spring 2012.doc

Family Literacy Elementary Intern -University of Minnesota - Spring 2012.doc

Teen Technology Empowerment Intern - Colleges- Spring 2012.doc

PPL (Project for Pride in Living)
1035 E. Franklin Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55404
612-455-5101 - fax
www.ppl-inc.org

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