GreenLight Charlotte’s Fall intern will be involved in a variety of projects that support and enhance the organization’s nonprofit investments, communications, and development strategies, at the Charlotte site. In addition, the Fall Intern will assist in our diligence process for our fourth annual selection process research, communications, and community engagement to support GreenLight Charlotte portfolio organizations and the GreenLight National Network.
Key Projects & Responsibilities:
● Support our communication engagement conversations through meeting attendance and note
Research and Diligence
● Identify and research local critical issue areas affecting low-wealth communities in Charlotte
● Create cohesive research material to demonstrate findings
● Prepare Selection Advisory Council meeting briefs for critical issue areas
● Research and build analyses of key community stakeholders for partnership in existing local communities;
● Assist with our Advisory working group through scheduling and note-taking
● Collect important documentation from organizations through our diligence process
● Prepare all Advisory meeting materials
● Support donor and organization database management;
● Manage GreenLight Charlotte’s blog and Twitter. Produce engaging content to increase Twitter following;
● Update the GreenLight Charlotte sites’ webpage as needed.
● Assist with newsletter communications to donors and supporters.
Please note the following:
We are a small team and flexibility is important as other responsibilities may arise within these areas.
Due to Covid-19, this position is 100% remote. You will need to supply your own portable laptop to serve as your workstation, and might be asked to use a personal/mobile phone to cover some of your responsibilities.
● An interest in nonprofit work and developing skills for a career in nonprofit management, business and nonprofit development, community development, communication and/or marketing, or any other related fields.
● A deep understanding of, or interest in, urban issues facing low-wealth communities;
● Outstanding research, communications and technology skills;
● Willingness to quickly learn and analyze new information;
● Ability to take initiative and think creatively;
● Flexibility, humor, and a passion for GreenLight’s mission and the City of Charlotte.
● Pursuing a degree in a relevant field such as urban studies, sociology, nonprofit management,
education, business, community development, economics, political science, or other related fields.
Compensation: $15 an hour, Part-time (a minimum of 20 hours per week). Exact time/hours to be discussed
after the start date.
To apply, please send your cover letter, resume, and a short writing sample to email@example.com by September 10, 2021. The email subject should be GreenLight Charlotte 2021 Fall Internship. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.
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