Summer InternBookmark This
Jewish Student Connection
149 Westchester Avenue, Suite 32
Port Chester, NY
Jewish Student Connection (formerly Jewish Student Union) is a national network of more than 65 non-denominational, pluralistic, student-led Jewish clubs based in the nation’s public and secular private high schools reaching close to 4,000 students annually. As an in-school experience where charismatic Educator-Advisors, representing the diversity of Jewish life, provide relevant, topical, fun and cool programs based on Jewish values to teens from all different backgrounds, Jewish Student Connection serves as an opportunity for teens to explore Jewish life, develop self-esteem, self-awareness, and leadership skills and embark on their own Jewish journey.
Jewish Student Connection’s national office is seeking enthusiastic candidates for an internship position focused on development and office management. The intern will assist staff in day-to-day operations including data management, organizing mailings and publications, and general office tasks.
Internship begins immediately. Intern must be committed to 10 - 20 hours per week, excluding Federal and Jewish holidays, for minimum of two months/summer semester.
By participating in an internship at the Jewish Student Connection, the intern will gain exposure to how a national non-profit organization works, entry into the Jewish youth and non-profit sectors, a small team environment in a mid-size organization working with Jewish informal education at public and secular private schools, and programmatic, development, and organizational/donor database skills.
ResponsibilitiesDevelopment/Office Management Responsibilities:
- Assist development team with prospective donor research and data entry using online grant database
- Coordinate semi-annual mailing, including updates to database
- Assist with marketing efforts including social networking, press releases, website updates, and Twitter/Facebook management
- Assist in implementation of fundraising activities and events
- Exhibits strong interpersonal, communication, writing, and social networking skills
- Works well in a collaborative, team-oriented work environment
- Previous/current experience with and understanding of informal education and non-profit settings
- Familiarity or willing to learn and work with online grant database systems, Microsoft office applications, Google applications, and donor databases like Patron Manager
- Treats others with respect, regardless of gender, race, sexual orientation, religious background, or abilities
- Must be pursuing or have earned a bachelor’s degree; students enrolled in relevant graduate programs are encouraged to apply
- Access to a car preferred but office is located next to Port Chester Metronorth station