2019 Intern

internship - full time, paid

Trinity Forum
Washington, DC
Closed
Posted 49 Days ago
Trinity Forum
Washington, DC
internship - full time, paid
Posted 49 Days ago
Closed

Description

2019 Fall Internship The Trinity Forum - Washington, DC Full-timeEstimated: $26,000 - $35,000 a year Save Skills * Layout Design The Trinity Forum (TTF) is offering competitive openings for highly substantive Spring internships/fellowships. Internships are paid and offer candidates an extraordinary opportunity for experience in non-profit strategy and operations. We especially seek candidates with skills in one or more of the following areas: web/print design, marketing, fundraising/development, database management, writing, and research. Interns will work alongside staff on essential projects and have the opportunity to see the results of their work incorporated into the operations of the Trinity Forum. For graduate and post-graduate students, the internship will also include the opportunity to develop and implement a substantive, long-term project that will match their interests with the needs of TTF. The Trinity Forum D.C office is located in the center of downtown Washington D.C and is easily accessible by Metro and bus. Interns are expected to secure their own housing arrangements. Full-time as well as part-time internships are available. Interested parties should submit: *A resume. *A cover letter detailing your education, experience, and interest in a Trinity Forum Internship. Please specify if there is particular area of interest to you. *One brief writing sample. * Contact information for three references. Please submit materials to Rebekah Noyes. Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. Job Types: Full-time, Part-time, Internship Hours per week: * 30-39 Overtime often available: * No Internship Compensation: * Pay * College Credit Save

Skills

research, marketing, strategy, fundraising, writing, internships, graduate students, teamwork, microsoft powerpoint, microsoft word, matlab, social media, time management, data analysis, communication

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