Non-Profit Management Intern

Philadelphia 19138, Pennsylvania

JoB Description

This unpaid non-profit management intern position is for 20 or less hours per week and for someone interested in gaining experience working for a health and fitness nonprofit organization. Responsibilities will include, but arenot limited to:

  • managing and updating CEFN’s database,
  • assisting with fundraising
  • and other non-profit management activities.

 

The non-profit management intern will be working primarily with the Executive Director.

 

Recommended Qualifications :

  • Pursuing an Associate, Master or Bachelor’s degree in Non-profitmanagement, Marketing or a related field from an accredited college/university
  • Excellent knowledge of MS Office, non-profit computer software and online applications
  • General understanding of the digital media landscape, including various social media platforms
  • Good written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and within a team

 

 

Duties:

  • Attend board and business consultation meetings
  • Maintain and update CEFN’s database
  • Prepare and deliver promotional and marketing proposals (marketing proposal letter, marketing plan, etc to relevant audiences)
  • Research and assist with non-profit board development
  • Compose and post online content on the company’s website and social media accounts
  • Communicate directly with clients and encourage trusting relationships
  • Assist with all aspects of event planning
  • Assist with marketing and fundraising activities
  • Assist with developing non-profit employee hand book, standard of operation procedure manual, and other related program protocols (Senior Gala, Nutrition Awareness + Health Cooking, etc)
  • Assist with performing other relevant duties as required

 

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to Ms. Sherry Hill, Executive Director, at 215-858-4957 or cefnphila@gmail.com

Contact: Executive Director Ms. Sherry Hill

Salary: N/A

Phone: 215-858-4957

E-Mail: cefnphila@gmail.com

From the blog

The Down Side of Giving

Posted by Laura Otten, Ph.D., Director on 22 August 2019, 9:05 am

When did giving become all about the donor and not about the nonprofit?   With all of the years behind me, no one could consider me naïve, so what could make me ask this question?  Is it just wishful thinking?  Or that ever pressing need to believe that people still really are decent, caring, compassionate?  We saw changes in people’s giving last year that seem directly attributable to the 2017 Tax Cuts and Jobs Act that nearly doubled the standard deduction, erasing the need in some people’s minds to actually make a charitable gift.  Get the deduction without actually giving?  Perhaps.

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