Student Service Learning Program Intern

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School The World
376 Boylston Street, Suite 203
Boston, MA
Posted: July 08 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

School the World is a non-profit dedicated to developing the quality of education in the developing world. We take a universal approach to providing each child with a lasting and impactful education. School the World was founded in 2009 and has expanded rapidly. Our program includes building three-classroom primary schools at a low price for communities living in extreme poverty. We have commissioned 26 schools in rural Guatemala and recently broke ground for two more schools in Honduras. We match funds provided by the local government to build the school, train parents as at-home motivators and long-term advocates for their child’s education, provide books to build a mini-library in each school and fund training of our school’s teachers at the state university. Sustaining our program requires integrated partnerships and teamwork. Each team member at School the World has the opportunity to learn from and teach their colleagues while adding value to a young and rapidly growing organization.

Responsibilities

- Playing an important role in School the World’s donation intake process, familiarity with Salesforce is a plus.
- Assist Program Manager in all aspects related to service learning program and service trip success, including but not limited to:
- Researching the service learning landscape, fundraising outlets and outreach tactics to aid in continuous improvement efforts
-Creation of program specific marketing collateral for use in mail, print and social media
-Assist in preparing essential documents and materials for each service group, especially during the busiest travel season

Requirements

Our internships are a great opportunity to develop a portfolio of work for job searches and to do good, adding value and impact for a young and rapidly growing organization. All internships require a minimum of 10 hours per week in office, ideally up to 15 hours per week. Internships are unpaid but can be used for course credit and professional references.

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