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Children's Museum of Richmond
2626 West Broad St
Posted: June 09 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionIf you are a college student or recent graduate seeking a program that will utilize your interests and skills, then CMoR is the place for you! Here we will give you a chance to gain valuable experience in several areas in the non-profit industry.
Internships are available in all of our departments.
The Children's Museum of Richmond, a not-for-profit organization, exists to create innovative learning experiences for all children and those who support them that inspire the next generation of creative problem solvers.
The Children's Museum of Richmond will foster a community that recognizes and appreciates that children grow and learn through play.
Responsibilities• Assist and expand annual fund appeal projects
• Facilitate the development and completion process of grant and sponsorship funding proposals
• Research giving opportunities and strategize ways to recruit individual, foundation and corporate donors
• Observe Board of Trustees, Development Committee, Junior Board and special event meetings
• Attend and provide support to fundraising and donor cultivation special events
• Help administer museum scholarship funds to economically disadvantaged children
• Manage and remit donation packages to local community initiatives
RequirementsStudent at a college/university, graduate student or recent college graduate
Must be responsible and able to multi-task.
Excellent writing and communication skills
Must be comfortable with being responsible for a broad variety of tasks and must work well with others. Must be a team player.
Must have a basic knowledge of computers and various applications.
Must be dependable and flexible with a dynamic, outgoing and energetic personality.