Administrative and Executive Intern, New YorkBookmark This
500, 7th Avenue
DescriptionBACKGROUND: Resolve empowers women most affected by conflict to reclaim their lives and rebuild their communities step by step.
At Resolve, we believe that every woman is a potential agent of peace. Starting in Eastern Congo, our microfinance initiatives run by women in conflict zones enable them to start businesses, enrich their communities, and build an economy that thrives on peace. A step at a time, they create, participate in, and perpetuate their own autonomous networks of peace.
--Administrative Intern with potential to coordinate programatic issues
--Help identify and develop relationships with allied individuals and organizations
--Keep an up-to-date calendar of relevant events, lectures, Security Council debates, etc
--Attend certain meetings with Deputy Director of Operations, keep good notes and keep track of follow-up
--Sit in on calls to Executive Director in DRC
--Assist Treasurer with bookkeeping
--Other tasks as determined necessary by the Executive Director or Deputy Director of Operations
--Starts as soon as possible
--40 hours per week preferred, but Part Time Options Possible
--Strong written and oral communication skills
--Strong organizational skills
--Prior administrative experience a plus but not a requirement
--The ability to work well independently in a fast-paced environment, meet deadlines effectively
--Strong commitment to supporting human rights and grassroots women's empowerment.
--This internship is unpaid.
--Students who are eligible for work-study through their University may be able to utilize this position for work-study funds
--This internship will give you an unparalleled work experience. We believe in sustainable leadership development at Resolve, and you will be an intimate part of our operations, gaining hands-on experience with peace processes and international development. Before your start date, you will meet with the Deputy Director of Operations individually to discuss your goals and interests, how you wish to grow from your internship, and set tangible markers for potential advancement within the organization.
HOW TO APPLY:
Applications will be considered immediately. Applicants should submit a resumé or CV, with a brief cover letter, and a writing sample. Preference will be weighted towards applicants whose writing samples exhibit a passion for human rights, conflict resolution, grassroots peacebuilding, grassroots development, women's empowerment, microfinance, genocide scholarship, or peace processes.
Submit all materials to firstname.lastname@example.org.