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Fantastic internship opportunity focus on helping VeteransBookmark This
Changing The Present
401 7th Avenue, level B
New York, NY
Posted: October 04 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 5 Full-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionMake a Difference for Veterans! Intern or Volunteer with ChangingThePresent.org
Here is the opportunity you have been looking for if you care about our Veterans and want to help:
Make the world a better place. You can help nonprofits that assist Veterans (as well as other causes you care about) capture some of the $250 billion Americans spend each year buying presents.
Use your skills, experience, knowledge, creativity and talent.
Be a leader.
Learn a tremendous amount.
Work with great people from around the world and have the best time.
Enhance your resume and get a glowing letter recommendation.
Work in our Manhattan office or remotely.
Channeling New Funds to Nonprofits
While a million nonprofits desperately need more funding, Americans spend $250 billion a year on birthday, holiday, and other presents. A pioneering nonprofit, Heifer International, has shown that nonprofits can capture some of that money by making donations, given in a friend’s name, feel like a present. It works! They raise $115 million a year this way. Imagine how much more gift money could be captured by nonprofits addressing popular causes, including your favorites. The challenge is that it is too daunting for most nonprofits to provide a gift-like experience: tangible donation opportunities, wish lists, gift registries, and personalized printed greeting cards.
Our nonprofit site provides a gift-like experience, which helps 400 leading nonprofits capture money normally spent on traditional presents. The NY Times called it an “amazon.com of the nonprofit world.” We are now about to invite all million nonprofits to join the site. We are also providing each with their own private, charitable gift sites so they can send supporters without exposing them to other nonprofits. See a sample: http://SampleNGO.GiftsForHumanity.org. We facilitate this type of giving for individuals and nonprofits, and we promote this as a social norm.
The Office Environment
This is a great place to work. We have interns and volunteers from all over the United States and all around the world. The atmosphere is energetic, creative, and fun. We value brainstorming, initiative, sharing, and collaborating. Think of it is a laboratory, studio, seminar, or incubator. We are also casual. We are interested in your brains, creativity and heart, rather than your attire.
Who, Where, When
We are glad to hear from great high school, undergraduate, and graduate students, as well as professionals who want to make the greatest impact with their skills.
Work at our office or remotely. We are conveniently located at 7th Avenue and 33 Street, across from Penn Station in Manhattan.
Full-time or part-time, school-year or summer, day or evening, weekday or weekend. We are glad to have your help whenever and wherever you are available.
Send a resume and short cover letter to: join [AT] ChangingThePresent.org
ResponsibilitiesYou will engage nonprofits, foundations, associations, thought leaders, media, social media, partners, and celebrities.
Use your professional skills in any of these fields: strategy, partnerships, finance, communications, social media, graphics, research, community management, Public Relations (PR), Human Resources (HR), marketing, event management, organizing, and activism.
Focus on Veterans or Your Other Favorite Cause
Make a difference for Veterans--or other causes, including: Disaster Relief, Education, Housing, Human Rights, Hunger, Water, Community, Aging, Arts & Culture, Children & Youth, Civil Society, Peace, Public Broadcast, Refugees, Veterans, Women, Environment, Animal Welfare, Environment, Global Warming, Health and Safety, Blindness & Vision, Bullying, Slavery and Human Trafficking, Cancer, Disabilities, Global Health, HIV/AIDS, Landmines, LGBTQ, Medical Research, Literacy, Mental Health, Opportunity, Micro-credit, Poverty Alleviation, Social Entrepreneurs, Technology and the Digital Divide, Music Education, Art Education, STEM Education, Books for kids, Catholic, Christian, Jewish, Religious, Churches, Hispanic, African-American, Asian, Indian, Chinese, etc.