As Corporate Partnerships Intern, you'll have a hand in helping us manage communications with existing corporate supporters as well as potential partners. You'll also support our Growth Team administratively by helping us manage our supporter relations, fundraising efforts, project reporting and research.
You're a mover, a shaker, and an avid fundraiser
You're eager to learn. You're inspired to change the world. You know that funding water projects in developing nations can do this. You're committed to charity: water's mission and solving the world water crisis.
You're articulate, direct and professional
You're more than capable of providing information concisely and effectively to everyone reaching out to charity: water. You're confident about relaying the information before communicating it to the media or supporters.
You thrive on the details
You find satisfaction in being super organized and detail-oriented. You understand the importance of branding across all mediums of communication. From email to thank you notes, you help maintain the consistent look and feel of the brand at all times.
You're a wiz at using the best tools to get the job done
You know how to best use iOS applications, Microsoft Office and online tools to manage logistics, reports and contact info. You're an expert at setting up documents and systems in a way that can be understood by anyone.
You're independent and self-motivated
You can handle a wide variety of tasks without constant supervision. You relish the chance to own your projects -- you're confident and capable of representing charity: water in your communications.
We are looking for a student or recent graduate to start in May and work through the end of the summer. We'll need you at least 3 days a week, for a total of 15-20 hours. Please only apply if you are located in the New York City area.
This is an unpaid internship - but is an exceptional opportunity to gain experience at an international non-profit with an ambitious mission. We will gladly work with your institution to give you academic credit for your experience.