Overview:First Tee – Greater Richmond (FTGR) is a youth development organization that uses the game of golf and its inherent values to shape the lives of young people from all walks of life. We are strengthening the character of the community by providing programs that build resilience in our youth, teach critical life skills, and provide caring adult supervision in a safe environment.The Summer Interns are responsible for coaching and mentoring young people to become positive role models and active golfers. This objective is achieved by the daily delivery of life skills, golf skills and healthy habits in a safe, fun, and engaging camp setting. These positions help maintain the goals of the organization’s strategic plan and may be involved in other FTGR projects, as needed.Essential Functions: Teach basic golf skills to athletes ages 4-17 and follow lesson plans to set up fun activities for campers.Integrate First Tee Nine Core Values and First Tee Nine Healthy Habits with golf skills to guide and coach young people to become future citizens and active golfers.Supervise and create relationships with dozens of youth in summer camp sessions.Deliver curriculum and appropriate activities that meet the developmental needs of youth.Assist First Tee – Greater Richmond with any necessary communication among participants, parents, and volunteers.Develop weekly newsletters summarizing week of summer camp to participants and families.Show initiative and work effectively with Lead coaches, Volunteer coaches and facility staff.Collaborate with other interns to complete projects including lesson plan building and creating marketing materials to increase brand awareness.Understand and apply procedures and practices of First Tee – Greater Richmond to ensure a safe environment in accordance with the Safe Sport Act.Perform additional responsibilities related to the success of the organization.Requirements and QualificationsIncoming first year student or current undergraduate student in good standing at accredited four-year college, graduate students in good standing also eligibleEffective and proactive team communication, facilitation, problem solving, time management and decision makingExemplify good character and reputation that is reflective of First Tee’s MissionDesire to mentor youthEnthusiastic for an active lifestyle and passion for using sports to teach character enhancing values to childrenAbility to stand for extended periods of time and to lift/move boxes of supplies potentially 30 pounds or moreEfficient with Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook, as well as experience with standard office equipmentWork Environment and ExpectationsThis position will require the individual to travel to First Tee – Greater Richmond golf facilitiesincluding:The Elson Redmond Memorial Driving in Richmond, VAThe Tattersall Youth Development Center at First Tee Chesterfield Golf Course in North Chesterfield, VABelmont Golf Course in Henrico, VATypical days and hours of work are Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 5 p.m. Occasional evening and weekend work may be required as job duties and business demand.Summer internship dates are June 14th, 2021 – August 8th, 2021.