Administrative Assistant Intern

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California Center for Economic Initiatives (CCFEI) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit Organization dedicated to creating the solutions necessary to respond to the greater economic development needs of underserved communities. We support various causes/projects under the non-profit umbrella that enhance growth within underserved communities.
CCFEI is seeking motivated and responsible college students or young professionals looking to gain experience working with a nonprofit organization. Prior work or interning experience is not a requirement, but we do require strong work ethic and willingness to learn. Internship is an unpaid position with the opportunities of it becoming a paid position.

Intern benefits include but are not limited to the following:
- Work hands-on with a non-profit organization
- Gain experience on how a non-profit organization is developed and managed
- Develop project management, time management, and tele-communication skills
- Work in team and individual settings
- Develop Client relations management skills


On a daily basis expected tasks are as follows:
- Research Information using Internet
- Manage Schedules and Tasks
- Write and manage monthly newsletters and other forms of outreach
- Administrative duties such as answering phones, mailing, emailing, etc.

Additional tasks may be given as the Organization grows.


A candidate should have basic computer knowledge including Microsoft Office tools, strong written and verbal communication skills, and be able to work in a team or individualized setting. Individual must be self-driven to complete tasks and projects on a timely manner.


Required - Microsoft Applications, Written & Verbal Communication Abilities, Individual Work, Team
Preferred - Oral & Written Communication Skills, Bilingual-English/Spanish, Microsoft Applications, Computer

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