Grant Writer Intern

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Teens Whats The Rush, Inc
 Virtual
Posted: March 30 2016
Company Location: Atlanta, GA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid (College Credit Required)

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Description

Teens What's The Rush, Inc is a Non profit organization that works with the community by teaching teens and youth Health and Wellness through the Arts. This year we are dedicated to Domestic Violence awareness with a new stage production. We are looking for a strong individual that is able to write grants for the purpose of funding the organizations forum, art supplies, productions, and other expenses are needed. Being able to open doors to executives to gain support and sponsorship as well as gain momentum for all events.

Responsibilities

Prepare grant proposals, beginning by performing research. To develop their proposals, grant writers familiarize themselves with an organization's programs, goals and financial needs. They also look into potential funding sources. After compiling all the information they need, grant writers compose and send their proposals.

Must also keep careful records to track their proposals. Additional duties, which may include managing volunteers, working with an executive board, planning fund-raising campaigns and promoting the organization through public relations work.

Requirements

- Excellent communication skills and the ability to inform and entertain via written, oral and visual media.
- Knowledge of media production, communication, and dissemination techniques and methods.
- An innovative self-starter with problem solving skills, creativity, ambition, and a strong work ethic.

Nonprofit grant writers prepare grant proposals, beginning by performing research. To develop their proposals, grant writers familiarize themselves with an organization's programs, goals and financial needs. They also look into potential funding sources. After compiling all the information they need, grant writers compose and send their proposals.

Grant writers must also keep careful records to track their proposals. If a grant-making organization requests additional information, nonprofit grant writers supply the missing items. In some nonprofits, grant writers have additional duties, which may include managing volunteers, working with an executive board, planning fund-raising campaigns and promoting the organization through public relations work.


Skills

Required - Grant Writing, Non-profit Administration, Communicate Clearly, Grant Applications, Grant Reviewing, Grant Research, Grant Preparation
Preferred - Grant Writing

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