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NONPROFIT MARKETING INTERN
Benevon — Seattle, WA
Benevon is a small, Seattle-based for-profit company that trains and coaches nonprofit organizations nationally to implement the mission focused, evidence-based Benevon Model. Over the past 16 years, Benevon has trained and coached over 4,000 nonprofit teams to implement this systematic process for engaging and developing relationships with individual donors This internship provides a unique opportunity for a student who is committed to having a long-term career focused on impacting the entire non-profit sector. Candidates must reside in Seattle, WA. Before applying, applicants should view Benevons 55 minute video http://www.benevon.com/fundraising-training-video and read Benevons Eight Guiding Principles http://www.benevon.com/guiding-principles Resumes should be sent to: email@example.com
Part-time Opportunity for Philanthropy and Fundraising Students
Classwish — New York, NY — Virtual
We are hiring philanthropy and fundraising students for part-time work.
IT Volunteer for a Non-Profit Organization
Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law — Los Angeles, CA
The Center for Human Rights and Constitutional Law (CHRCL) is a Los Angeles non-profit organization that focuses its work on the civil and human rights of insular minorities and vulnerable communities. The Center initiates and conducts impact class action litigation, provides technical support to other providers of legal services, and engages in advocacy work on selected issues impacting low-income groups with legal injuries. CHRCL is currently seeking to update its website and revamp its database server. We are therefore looking for individuals who specialize in IT and will be able to carry out such tasks.
Got Video Production Skills? Help our non-profit create a marketing video!
Entrusted Legacy — Bakersfield, CA — Virtual
Description: Entrusted Legacy is a non-profit organization looking for volunteers to create custom-made 30-60 second branding videos. We will work together with volunteers to create outlines. Topics can include organization overviews, impact statements and success stories, programs we offer, and how to get involved. If you have a background in video production and would like to get involved in a worthy cause, please let us know. Check us out at www.entrustedlegacy.org
Nonprofit Development Intern
The Mommies Network — Virtual
The Mommies Network is a 501(c)3 organization dedicated to the online and in person support of over 30,000 mothers across the country. Through our network of over 80 chapters, we provide continuous support to mothers from across the country . We are seeking 2-3 interns to work virtual on Fund Development, Grant Writing, and applying for Corporate Giving Programs.
Quality Assurance Internship
Catholic Social Services of the Miami Valley — Dayton, OH
Dayton area non-profit organization is looking for a Quality Assurance Intern. This would be a good opportunity for anyone looking to enhance their resume and gain experience in Non-profit Administration or Human Services Management. It is geared toward making sure our programs are being completed with quality, assisting with accreditation, and compiling and analyzing statistical information
Development and Fundraising Intern
Catholic Charities USA — Alexandria, VA
Primary Responsibilities: The Development and Fundraising intern will work with Catholic Charities USAs development department to assist with donor and foundation outreach and research. Responsibilities will include assisting with creating donor profiles, planning events and receptions, creating reports, and providing operational support to the department. The intern will have the opportunity to attend development events in Washington, DC and gain experience working in the fundraising department of a national non-profit.
College Corps Volunteer Coordination Intern
Cradles to Crayons — Brighton, MA
We are looking for enthusiastic, motivated student leaders to participate in the Cradles to Crayons internship program. As an intern in this program, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in our volunteer department. Since bringing on a new SalesForce CRM system, we are looking to establish more efficient practices for maintaining customer relationships prior to volunteers scheduled visits. Our intern will be responsible for our weekly volunteer reminders, developing a standard acknowledgement process for recurring individual adult volunteers, and maintaining and organizing our preregistration system for large groups. They will develop an understanding of our CRM system (SalesForce) and become more proficient in Excel. Beyond hands on work experience, we are committed to ensuring that interns have the opportunity to learn about the various components of building a social enterprise. As such, we have designed programs for interns that will focus on social entrepreneurship and the management of a social enterprise. Through structured sessions which will include the CEO and Founder of Cradles to Crayons, Lynn Margherio, interns will have the opportunity to network and learn about the success factors that drive a social enterprise. As a College Corps Volunteer Coordination Intern, you will gain skills in database management, customer service and increase your knowledge and exposure to social enterprises. Our hope is that through your internship at C2C, you will learn valuable skills and experiences to create lasting change in the world. Interns are expected to commit to working through the full semester for an average of 10 hours per week during business hours on Mondays and Tuesdays. Responsibilities are likely to include: Assist in scheduling individual first-time volunteers Answer volunteer questions prior to their weekly visits Manage our preregistration system for large student groups, editing Excel documents and inputting data Maintain our photo database Assist weekly in leading groups of volunteers in sorting and inspecting donations of gently-used childrens items in the Cradles to Crayons Giving Factory Participate in ongoing orientation/training sessions Have the opportunity to participate in leadership development and networking programs focused on social entrepreneurship and nonprofit management
Event organizer for non profit climate action group
Climate 911 — Virtual
Climate 911 is an organization of health professionals which works to educate colleagues, policymakers, and the public about the health effects of climate change and the need for urgent reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. This summer's intern will help to organize a bicycle powered cross country speaking tour culminating in a health professional lobby day in Washington DC . This is an unpaid internship which can be done on a virtual basis.
Social Media & Grant Research Intern
Deep Springs International — Virtual
To optimize free social media opportunities for the organization. to research grant opportunities and assist in drafting proposals.