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Advancement Intern for Oak Hill SchoolBookmark This
Oak Hill School
86397 Eldon Schafer Drive
Posted: December 09 2014
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionPrimary Functions and Responsibilities:
The Advancement Intern will assist the Development Office at Oak Hill School with various projects designed to increase engagement and support for the school's mission. Specific projects include event planning and coordination, donor mailings, special projects, coordination and mailings of donor publications, and various stewardship projects.
Responsibilities may vary depending on the goals and interest of the intern and the current projects of the Development Office. Responsibilities will include:
1) Planning and coordination support for development events such as the Auction Gala, special donor events, and school events;
2) Assisting with content and execution of fundraising solicitation through direct mail, phone, and email solicitations;
3) Assisting with coordination, production, and mailing of donor outreach, including the Annual Report and various special projects/reports;
4) Assisting with projects related to donor recognition and stewardship;
5) Other duties and responsibilities depending on development office needs and intern's educational and career plans.
Education: High School diploma required, Currently enrolled in or recently completed Associate's or Bachelor's degree program with interest in nonprofit administration.
Experience: Prior paid or volunteer clerical or administrative support is preferred. Must be familiar with basic office organization (filing, correspondence, database) as well as Microsoft Office computer programs.
Skills: Must be detail-oriented and possess strong organizational and customer-service skills, a professional demeanor, and excellent communication skills when dealing with the public (including major donors, prospects, trustees, students and alumni
Other: This is a volunteer position and does not provide benefits.
Stipend: $200 a term.