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The Courage to Speak Foundation
71 East Ave, Suite M
Posted: December 10 2014
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionWant to make a differnce in your own way???
The Courage to Speak Foundation is looking for Interns!
This internship is for students who are eager to work on issues relating to drug prevention and education. The intern will help in the office as well as some coordination for special events.
The intern will work directly with the Program Coordinator in the areas of but are not limited to collecting and maintaining program data, blogging, research to update our database, assist with volunteer coordination, research and maintain prevention resources for parents and children, data entry, coordination of presentation materials, direct mail campaigns, electronic newsletter, press releases, conference exhibits as well as coordination with schools, business and community groups. Other activies may include grant research and preperation of media packets. This is an outstanding opportunity to make a difference in the community and in the lives of children and parents throughout Connecticut. Interested students should email their resume to email@example.com
School credit and recommendation letter available upon request.
For more information about The Courage to Speak Foundation, please visit www.couragetospeak.org