Hours per week
15 hours per week (on average). Position will last September through December 2018. (Option to extend for spring semester possible.) On-site internship supervisor provided.
307 Seventh Avenue
One To World is an international education non-profit organization. The officially-designated coordinator of enrichment programs for visiting Fulbright students and scholars in the New York area, One To World also offers programs and services for over 100,000 international students and scholars and the colleges and universities they attend. We provide professional development for international educators at the nearly 70 colleges and universities that comprise our membership, as well. One To World is a nationally and internationally recognized leader in providing substantive and innovative educational programming. Through our flagship Global Classroom program, we also bring an understanding of the world’s countries and cultures to New York City-area K-12 classrooms and afterschool programs.
One To World seeks a Fundraising/Development intern during the fall semester to assist in the day-to-day operations of the fundraising department. This position is ideal for those interested in learning about non-profit development and management. The intern will work closely with the Development Coordinator to help meet the organization’s individual, institutional, grant, and benefit gala fundraising goals. The intern will gain experience in working with Raiser’s Edge, a major donor database used at many nonprofits, the production of direct mail appeals, grant research, and exposure to coordinating an annual benefit gala, all essentials of nonprofit fundraising.
Responsibilities: To assist the One To World Development Staff in the following functions:
- Help maintain the integrity of Raiser’s Edge, a donor records/database, via regular maintenance and data-cleaning
- Assist with fundraising mailings and volunteer supervision
- Assist with special events including donor outreach by email and telephone
- Assist with grant prospecting and research
- Assist in creation of reports and other donor communications
- Responsible, punctual, self-starter with an outstanding attention to detail
- Experience with database management
- Strong computer skills (Microsoft Office: Word, Excel, & Publisher)
- Strong social media marketing skills an asset
- Excellent verbal & written communication skills
- Interest in learning about fundraising & non-profit management
- Graphic, web design, and photo/video editing skills a plus
- Bachelor’s degree preferred
Hours: 15 hours per week (on average). Position will last September through December 2018. (Option to extend for spring semester possible.) On-site internship supervisor provided.
Compensation: Weekly stipend of $200 provided. We will gladly support your efforts to secure school credit.