Live&Learn Arizona

Position Title
Fundraising Intern
Virtual or In-Person?
In Person
Internship Area
Marketing/Sales
Actively Recruiting
Yes

Mission: Our mission is to empower women to break the cycle of generational poverty. We serve adult women whose lives have been affected by poverty, homelessness, and violence.

Goal: Gain fundraising experience in a fast-paced nonprofit! The Fundraising Intern will assist the Development Manager with planning and executing a variety of fundraising campaigns including:

·         Back to School Supply Drive

·         Domestic Violence Awareness Month Campaign (October)

·         Holiday Gift Drive

·         End of the Year Fundraiser (November)

Commitment: This is an unpaid, one-semester internship, with the possibility of transitioning into a paid employee upon completion. The duration of the internship is flexible depending on your school’s requirements.

Responsibilities: This intern works closely with the Development Manager to carry out a range of fundraising activities. Primary responsibilities include:

1.       Assist with gift solicitation, gift processing, and gift acknowledgement;

2.       Solicit sponsorships and in-kind requests (written and verbal);

3.       Research potential supporters, including individuals, corporations, and foundations;

4.       Provide minimal administrative support to Development team;

5.       Assist with internal and external marketing communications, including email blasts and social media;

6.       Display compassion towards the hardworking women we serve!

Location: The intern will work from the Live & Learn office.

Time Commitment:  The schedule is flexible and will be agreed upon by the intern and Development Manager. The intern is expected to work a minimum of 8 hours per week.

Qualifications: Ideal candidates will:

1.       Be pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree or higher in psychology, sociology, social services, human services, education, or a related field;

2.       Have some experience (formal or informal) wither diverse, low-income populations;

3.       Display strong attention to detail, excellent communication skills, and respect for confidentiality;

  1. Have a working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite;

  2. Be passionate about empowering women!

Internship Description

Commitment: This is an unpaid, one-semester internship, with the possibility of transitioning into a paid employee upon completion. The duration of the internship is flexible depending on your school’s requirements.

Contact: Kristin Chatsworth, Executive Director