Hours per week
15-20 Hours per Week
1420 21st Street, NW
Quota International, Inc., is seeking a Membership Assistant Intern that is enthusiastic, detail oriented, organized, and a team player to ensure that international membership activities run smoothly for this small fast-paced, grass-roots international office.
With 5,000 members in 14 countries, Quota International has been providing sound beginnings for women and children and the deaf and hard of hearing for nearly 100 years. These life-changing projects organized by members make a difference through Educational Development, Health and Well-being, and Workforce Development.
Quota members are the lifeblood of Quota International:
- Feeding and educating street children in India,
- Promoting healthy hearing for children in the Aruba and Curacao,
- Gifting sewing machines and business training to mothers in the Philippines,
- Offering job training classes to deaf students in the Philippines,
- Advocating for victims of human trafficking in Australia and Malaysia,
- Donating business clothes for women in the Netherlands,
- Distributing school supplies for children in the United States and around the world.
What we need:
An upbeat, strategic, detail-oriented person with prior experience or a desire to pursue a career in
program development with a non-profit organization or association setting. This is an unpaid
opportunity with a start date no later than June 4th, 2018 and located at our International Headquarters
office near Dupont Circle in Washington, D.C. Interns are expected to commit to a minimum of 15-20
hours a week. This position will be responsible for supporting our Program Development Manager in
creating and analyzing current and future programs’ implementation. Responsibilities will include the
completion of tasks relating to proper record keeping relating to service projects, tracking and analyzing
data sent in from members and clubs, as well as helping with preparations for the international
convention held in DC in July 2018.
The ideal candidate will:
- Be pursuing an undergraduate degree in a field related to nonprofit leadership management.
- Have excellent organizational, customer service, and communication skills.
- Be highly proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, & have experience with CRM/membership databases.
- Show proven results it motivating and engaging others.
- Accurately follow instructions both written and verbal.
- Have a can-do attitude and a desire to learn more about administrative work in non-profits.
- Have a passion for working with the elderly and individuals with special needs, including those who are deaf, hard-of-hearing, or speech-impaired.