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

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