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H2TF’s Leadership and Mentoring Intern

Hands to the Future (H2TF)
Posted: 05/09/2022
Denver, CO


  1. Be prepared to work with students and maintain confidentiality 
  2. Self-directed, motivated, creative, and energetic.
  3. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  4. Cross-cultural competencies are demonstrated by the ability and desire to work with different cultures.
  5. Multitask between several duties and projects at once
  6. Self-efficient on time management and organization 
  7. Must work well as a part of a team
  8. Commitment to the mission, vision, and values of H2TF.
  9. Clean nationwide criminal background check.
  10. Well-versed in Google Drive (Docs, Sheets, Slides, etc.)
  11. Know how to operate Zoom 
  12. Technical know-how on computers 
  13. Able to troubleshoot or solve technical problems 
  14. Willing to be flexible on time, especially on weekday evenings and weekends 

Responsibilities and Duties:

  1. Attend all meetings with the team for both programs: Leadership and Scholarship Program (L&S) and the Scholars United Network (S.UN.), H2TF’s alumni mentoring program. 
  2. Attend all seminars and events 
  3. Communicate with the team regarding deadlines, projects, and student concerns 
  4. Work with the College Advising team to recruit new scholars for L&S and students for the S.U.N.
  5. Send out necessary links and applications to appropriate contacts.
  6. Communicate with students regarding applications, upcoming events, and announcements through email, text, and phone calls in a timely manner. 
  7. Assist and provide support with seminar and event planning
  8. Organize all virtual documents alongside the team’s approval 
  9. During seminars, be prepared to handle all technological needs.
  10. Train the team in the utilization of computer programs and Google apps 
  11. Review the Leadership curriculum documents prior to Leadership and Scholarship Program and make suggestions when necessary. 
  12. Prepare to instruct and present activities during the seminars.


  1. Hands-on experience with real-world projects 
  2. Opportunities for networking and connections
  3. Learn nonprofit management skills 
  4. Great way to build your resume 
  5. Potential college credit from your college or university


Program descriptions of what you will be working with:

H2TF’s Leadership & Scholarship Program

An 11-week leadership seminar addressing a range of topics from exploration of self and advocacy to bias and communication skills. Upon successful completion of the seminars, students will receive a $1500 scholarship, as well as the opportunity to apply for three more scholarships from the Denver Foundation, including one 4-year needs-based scholarship to any Colorado public institution. 

Scholars United Network (S.U.N.)

A student-run program focused on building a supportive community for students to develop connections, support one another, and have fun! Through a Mentor/Mentee system, the program pairs recent high school graduates with students who have completed at least one year of post-secondary study. As a result, they work together to achieve their personal and academic goals through outside activities and workshops.

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