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30520 Rancho California Rd.
Posted: April 16 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionThe Creator Space, a Temecula Valley Makerspace, a community-based 501(c)(3), Offers free educational classes and training on a variety of subjects such as robotics, electronics, sewing, Arduino, steam punk, STEM, STEAM, art, music and 3-D printing. Our goal is to make The Creator Space The best it can be in serving the community of the Temecula Valley. As a grant writing intern, you will support our development team by communicating with potential donors about the impact of our work, doing research on issues related to The Maker movement, DIY, Building robots/electronics and dreaming with us about ways to increase support for The creator space.
ResponsibilitiesResearch potential funders, grant opportunities, and industry trends (aka online sleuthing)
Write and edit grant proposals and reports in collaboration with the staff grant writer (aka inspiring people to partner with us)
Write and edit fundraising or awareness-raising materials (aka story-telling)
Provide support to fundraising and communication efforts (aka being a part of the team)
RequirementsA willingness to support The Creator Space’s comprehensive mission and vision
Strong writing, editing, and proofreading skills; attention to detail and organization
Excellent Internet research skills
Motivation and willingness to initiate, self-start, and seek out solutions
Creativity and critical thinking ability
Competent computer skills
Preferably working toward a degree in communications, international development, nonprofit management, fundraising, journalism, or a related field
Knowledge/experience in community development and/or international travel is a plus