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3 awesome jobs at Live For Tomorrow this summer (that you probably know awesome people for)

Zeal’s youth mental health project Live For Tomorrow reaches young people with messages of hope and positive change, right where they spend most of their time: online and in school.

You may have been one of the 150,000 who has watched the Great Mental Health Experiment. Or one of the 2,000 that took part in the Live For Tomorrow Photo Challenge this year. Or maybe you’re one of the 5,000 that soak up our good as Insta content.
Live For Tomorrow is growing quickly and we’re looking for passionate, talented peeps to join us as we expand over summer.

The Projects

Live For Tomorrow Chapters

Live For Tomorrow Chapters are a network of student led groups in high schools that seek to reduce the stigma and discrimination that can often occur around mental health. There are currently 20 Chapters nationwide, and we’re adding more in 2017.

Online Crisis Intervention

In a world-first pilot project, we are proactively identifying and offering immediate interpersonal support to young people in times of crisis on social media. This will be done by a group of trained volunteers (you could be one). We call it Online Crisis Intervention.


Here’s what’s on offer…

1. Live For Tomorrow Project Assistant

Use your superpowers in project assistance to support our management & coordination staff to take LFT Chapters and Online Crisis Intervention to the next level!

This role is 20 hours a week for four months and based at Zeal West Auckland. Applications close midnight Thursday 10 November 2016.

Check out the ad for Live For Tomorrow Project Assistant.

2. Social Media Data Analyst

We are looking for someone with experience in data analysis and a passion for mental health to write, manage, refine and analyse our social media listening boolean queries.

This role is 10 hours a week for four months and based at Zeal West Auckland. Applications close midnight Thursday 10 November 2016.

Check out the ad for Social Media Data Analyst

3. Volunteer Counsellors for Online Crisis Intervention

We are looking for 15 compassionate volunteers to support young people online in the pilot stage of Online Crisis Intervention. Through a brief intervention model, and with ongoing training and support, you will respond to young people’s disclosure and offer care and support.

Applicants must be Auckland based. Applications close midnight Wednesday 9 November 2016.

Check out the ad for Volunteer Counsellors for Online Crisis Intervention

Any of these jobs a fit for you? Then what are you waiting for? Apply! If not, then tell your friends! Your introduction could be the beginning of a beautiful new friendship…