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Make-A-Wish® Hawaii Donor Care and Database Management Internship- Spring 2024

Make-A-Wish HawaiiHonolulu, HI
Start date: 01/16/2024Duration: 16 Weeks
Unpaid Internship10 - 15 hrs/wk

3 months ago



This individual will work with the Annual Giving Manager and Development Database Administrator in all aspects of Salesforce CRM database management in order to facilitate proper donor relationships and stewardship. Tasks will include:

  • Assisting with donor database maintenance. This includes merging constituent duplicate records, updating constituent records, linking records and soft crediting participants.
  • Entering constituent data for all individuals and organizations, including address updates, constituent demographics, and relationship links
  • Working with the Development staff to enter notes and actions and set email reminders for donor follow-up and stewardship initiatives
  • Donor acknowledgement – assists with thank you letter compilation. This includes mail merge through CRM, collating envelopes, sealing and stamping letters to be delivered

Candidates interested in applying for this position must be detailed oriented, able to work independently and be familiar with Excel. Ideal for applicants pursuing a degree in Business Administration, Entrepreneurial Studies, Human Resources, Public Administration, or other related fields. All majors are welcome. 

Required graduation year

2023 - 2026


Internships are available during the Spring 2024 semester and applications are accepted and reviewed on a rolling basis. We request a 10-15 hour per week commitment for the duration of the semester by potential internship applicants. To be eligible, potential interns must be enrolled as a student during the period of internship. Internships are also available for course credit (contingent upon university approval). All internships are non-paid. We have openings in our downtown Honolulu office. Qualified applicants must possess strong written and oral communication skills, working knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint), and demonstrate maturity and responsibility. Ability to handle multiple tasks and possess strong organizational skills is also encouraged.

About Make-A-Wish Hawaii

Every year, there are about 100 keiki in our islands newly diagnosed with a critical illness. It is our vision to grant the wish of every eligible child. Learn about the transformative power of a wish and why medical professionals are prescribing it as good medicine.
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Skills you'll need for this internship

    database management
    human resources
    microsoft office
    microsoft excel
    business administration
    public administration
    donor management
    donor relations
    data entry
    office administration


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What happens after you send in your application?

Make-A-Wish Hawaii is actively interviewing now. Due to the volume of applications, Make-A-Wish Hawaii has indicated that they will not follow up unless you are selected for an interview.

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Estimated Monthly Living Expenses

For Honolulu, HI | $6,541/mo

  • Housing/Rent$3,833

  • Miscellaneous$1,090

  • Food$716

  • Utilities$509

  • Transportation$393


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