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55 M Street SE, Suite 340
Posted: October 12 2016
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DescriptionGreat Minds, a rapidly growing non-profit organization developing world-class curricula for grades PK-12, is seeking a Legal Intern to join our dynamic, dedicated team. At Great Minds, we believe every child is capable of greatness. Our mission is to ensure all students have access to a quality education and the full range of liberal arts and sciences.
Interns at Great Minds will gain valuable work experience in a fast-paced, challenging environment that provides the opportunity to learn and experience all aspects of event planning from contracts, exhibits, registrations, and final invoicing. Our ideal candidate is searching to become part of a small work team, is self-motivated, works well independently, has a figure-it out attitude, and has a strong interest in growing their event management skills quickly.
Reporting to the Vendor Contracts Manager, the Legal Intern’s specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
Copyrights & Trademarks:
• Receiving training on how to register copyrights
• Registering copyrights for Wit & Wisdom (Modules 1 & 2)
• Registering copyrights for Eureka student editions
• Register other copyrights and trademarks as needed
State, Tax, & Charitable Solicitations Filing:
• Assist legal counsel to complete any outstanding state registrations
• Assist legal counsel on charitable solicitations filing in states where required
• Other state filings as needed
Onboarding of New Software:
• Assist the Contracts Administrator with uploading contracts into our new financial software
Full-time (4-5 days-a-week) or part-time (2-3 days-a-week). Internship lasts through December 2016 with the possibility of extension.
Interns will either receive college credit for an accredited program or will be paid hourly according to the level of education or experience. Great Minds will seek to work with interns to establish hours that accommodate individual class schedules. However, travel to the D.C. office (1 block from the Navy Yard/Ballpark green line stop) will be required weekly. Transportation issues will be addressed on an individual basis.
Please submit cover letter describing previous related work successes and resume to Melanie West at Careers@greatminds.org.