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Intern for Director of Graduate Support and Community PartnershipsBookmark This
4934 N 13th Street
Posted: December 08 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Full-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionLOGAN Hope is a Christ-centered K-8 school that provides rigorous, holistic education for under-resourced students in the Logan neighborhood of Philadelphia. We seek to transform our community by equipping our students for academic success through character and leadership development.
Currently, Cambodians make up the poorest demographic in Philadelphia, have a 70% high school dropout rate, and the lowest college attendance rate of any ethnic group in America. As a response to these alarming statistics, the three primary services LOGAN Hope offers are an alternative street school for grades K-8, an after-school program, and a summer day camp.
We are currently searching for an intern for the Director of Graduate Support and Community Partnerships. This intern would work directly with the Director of GSP and would have opportunities to assist in the planning and coordination of events, provide assistance with high school applications, and other hands-on opportunities.
While this position says "full-time" there are part-time internships available.
ResponsibilitiesThis intern can expect to complete any of the following tasks:
- Assist Director of Graduate Support and Community Partnerships with day-to-day tasks
- Help coordinate and plan monthly and yearly events for alumni, community members, and students
- Occasionally attend meetings with Director of GSP
- Promote various events on social media
- Assist in the management of GSP social media sites.
RequirementsIn order to be considered for this position, the applicant must have a passion for working with the youth and a desire to see big change in the community.
Experience working with students is not required, but is preferred.
Additionally, being a practicing Christian is not required, but is preferred.
SkillsRequired - Social Media, Social Media Outreach, Always Willing to Learn, Social Media Communications, Highly self-motivated, Determined to Succeed, Social Media Monitoring, K-8
Preferred - Microsoft Word, Event Planning, Event Management, Experience Working with Children, Event Marketing, English Language Learners, Email Etiquette