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Community Engagement Internship-Spring 2018

Established in 1997, Stokes Nature Center is a non-profit nature education organization. Our mission is to promote exploration, provide education, and foster appreciation and stewardship of our natural world for people of all ages

Description:

As the Community Engagement Intern, you will be involved with SNC volunteer programs, membership recruitment/development, and community outreach. You will assist in the planning and implementation of program and event operations. Through this internship you will be able to gain an overall understanding of how a non-profit functions, from the day-to-day operations, to internal and external communications, to overall strategic planning. This is an ideal way to gain a more comprehensive look into the day-to-day workings of a non-profit.  As an intern, you must be flexible and able to work well in a team environment pitching in where help is needed. University credit may be available.

Job Type: Internship

10-15 hrs a week

Responsibilities:

Volunteer Program

  • Help track and report volunteer hours

  • Recruit and orient volunteers

  • Plan, track, and lead volunteer projects

Special Events

  • Help coordinate and plan logistics of special events

  • Collect and interpret data from special events

Membership

  • Assist with member tracking, member acknowledgement and database management
  • Help recruit members, promote memberships, and community partnerships

 

Community Outreach

  • Seek outreach opportunities

  • Keep inventory of outreach bin and materials

  • Leads minimum of two outreach events

 

General Operational Support

  • Assist SNC Directors in organization operations

  • Work to ensure that all communications accurately and persuasively present the vision, mission, and values of SNC

  • Answer and direct office telephone and make follow up phone calls

  • Provide additional administrative support as needed

  • Update the website, develop IT systems as needed

 

Qualifications:

An ideal candidate for this position will be highly organized, very personable, has an eye for detail, is an astute problem solver, and is both flexible and self motivated. The Community Engagement Intern must be responsible, dedicated and organized. This experience is a great opportunity for someone interested in a career in community organizing.

 

Specific Skills:

  • Strong time-management, organizational and research skills.

  • Quick learner with the ability to self-motivate  

  • Strong computer skills, including experience with Google Drive and social media platforms

  • Motivated, self-starter with an ability to prioritize time-sensitive assignments

  • Ability to work on multiple projects and willingness to see the importance of the details

 

Benefits:

  • Job Experience

  • Gain references

  • Professional development opportunities

  • Networking opportunities

 

Note: This is an unpaid internship. Enjoy being a part of something that’s bigger than yourself. You’re supporting incredible programs that provide nature education to people of all ages.

 

To apply:

Applications are due by December 10, 2017- but will remain open until filled. Send cover letter, completed application and resume to Emily at: emily@logannature.org with your name and “Non-Profit Ops Intern Application” in the subject line.