Philanthropy And Event Department Intern

internship - , unpaid

Snpla
Los Angeles, CA
Closed
Posted 49 Days ago
Snpla
Los Angeles, CA
internship - , unpaid
Posted 49 Days ago
Closed

Description

Philanthropy and Events Department Internship SNPLA - Los Angeles, CA2.4 Internship Save Skills * Event Planning SNPLA is Southern California's largest non-profit veterinary organization. We are celebrating our 200,000th spay/neuter surgery with the Million Pet Soir�e! This event is a fundraiser to get us on our way to the next 200,000 surgeries. The department intern will help with research, community outreach, event planning, writing thank you emails to donors, data entry, data base management and more. You will gain experience in community outreach, event planning, marketing and communications. Are you a go-getter that wants to help LA animals? Please send a cover letter and resume to apply! Looking for a 3 month term, two 6 hour days weekly. One of the days can be performed remotely. Term, hours and days are flexible. Job Type: Internship Salary: $0.00 /hour Work Location: * One location * Remote/Work from home Save

Skills

event planning, event management, fundraising, marketing communications, philanthropy, research, community outreach, writing, organization, data entry, cooking, flexibility, email management, major donors, public relations

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