Fredette Family Foundation Internship in Community
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The Fredette Family Foundation (also known as Jimmerosity) was established in 2012 by former BYU star and current basketball professional, Jimmer Fredette. The mission of the Fredette Family Foundation is to strengthen families and youth. Strong families create strong schools, strong communities, and strong societies. We seek to positively influence others and help build individuals with strong moral character.
Our Positive Peer Pressure Program (P4) seeks to encourage youth to look for the best in one another and to never ridicule, bully, or knowingly harm another person.
Our CHOSEN program which stands for Character, Health, Opportunity, Safety, Education, and Nutrition seeks to provide the basic necessities of life and level the playing field for families and youth. Our belief is that all individuals are “chosen” to succeed and lead a positive life.
We are looking for a student to help reduce bullying in schools. We are looking for a student who is self-motivated, hard-working, dedicated, and caring. Interns will search, identify, organize, and help implement in communities, the anti-bullying interventions that are most effective and supported by research. This individual will demonstrate skills in academic search and literature review, summarizing literature, and presenting findings to the FFF Board. They will work to create a proposal of specific, identifiable, achievable steps, and then work with the FFF team to implement these steps in communities to decrease bullying.
Senior year of psychology, sociology, or SFL major
For more information, please visit our website at Jimmerosity.org, or on social media at @Jimmerosity on Instagram and Twitter, and Fredette Family Foundation on Facebook.