If "Paid", provide rate:
$10/hr after the 1st month
Purpose: The position of Intern serves as support to associates in event coordination, donor relations, and research. In this position, interns work on a variety of projects and learn facets of political fundraising and corporate event planning. The ideal candidate will be ready to work hard, manage multiple projects, and be willing to adapt quickly to changing demands in a fast-paced environment. The ideal candidate will also be interested in both federal and state politics. Location: Doner Fundraising is located is downtown (parking provided). Key Responsibilities: • Donor database management • Donor calls • Client scheduling and profile updating • Researching and identifying new donors • Assist with event logistics • Creative brainstorming for events and ways to meet fundraising goals • Attend events and fundraisers as needed. Length of Position: Start date ASAP and proceeding through the spring and summer semester, with likelihood of extending position. Time Commitment: 10 + hours a week; flexible schedule with your classes and other commitments. Qualifications: This is not an entry level position. Some office related work experience is required, but fundraising experience is not. You need to be organized, focused, good at multi-tasking, a self-starter, comfortable speaking on the phone, and have good communication skills. Strong knowledge of working in Excel. Dress Code: Office attire is casual. Events require professional or business casual attire.
Please send a complete resume, availability and references to firstname.lastname@example.org
If interested, please contact Annie Casteel at email@example.com or 512-476-4403 with resume and availability.
Type of Internship:
Monday, January 7, 2019
Thursday, July 4, 2019