Development Associate (Fundraising; Boston based)

Published

10/15/2018

Time Commitment

A few hours per week

Duration

Short-Term (few weeks/months)

Address

Melrose
MA
United States

Description

About Us

Our think-tank (Stem Advocacy Institute; www.stemadvocacy.org) is comprised of all volunteers who are passionate about science development. We are scientists and non-scientists who have been trained/work at Harvard, Stanford, MGH, and MIT among other places. Our mission is to conduct research that leads to the development of new ideas and insights to support the development of science around the world.


The Problem We Are Tackling

As many individuals, organizations and countries realize the importance of training in STEM for growth and prosperity, there is a great need for new and enhanced understanding to help trainees, organizations, and policy makers build a scientific enterprise of the future. Although there is more information for trainees, organizations, and policy makers, understanding is lagging far behind. We call ourselves meta-scientists and we need you to help us fundraise to get funds to develop new ideas, programming, tools, and insights to advance the development of science.


One example is a recent tool (Stories in Science) that we developed and presented at the United Nations can be found www.storiesinscience.org


The full list of our publications can be found on our main website: www.stemadvocacy.org


The Opportunity: You will work closely with the leadership team in developing a fundraising strategy.


Primary Purpose of Position:

The primary purpose of this position involves several aspects of building, promoting, and managing our fundraising efforts, special events, grant writing, and engaging donors.


Benefits to You

You will receive direct guidance and mentorship from the co-directors

Practice writing grants, and managing a fundraising effort

You will learn about project management

Depending on satisfactory progress, we may consider you for a longer period of time


Who we are looking for:

Experience with some fundraising (not required but ideal)

Develop effective working relationships with director, staff, volunteers, board members, donors, the general public, and constituents.

Detail oriented and organized

Goal Oriented

Good writing skills

Some science background will be useful.

Be Boston based (not required but useful)

Remote

Ok

Benefits

  • Training Provided

How To Apply

scholarship@stemadvocacy.org

Please submit a CV/Resume, and a short paragraph why you are interested in the position.


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