Fall 18’ Student Internship Job Description


The Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore (CFES) is offering a 100-hour student internship at its offices in Salisbury from August 27, 2018 to December 10, 2018.
Tasks will include:
• Giving Tuesday Nonprofit Registration. Assist nonprofits during the registration phase of our annual online giving campaign, Giving Tuesday. CFES uses a third-party software database, which the student will be expected to learn and operate within. Outreach will be completed through phone conversations and email communication. Learn more at www.shoregivesmore.org
• Giving Tuesday Event Support: Help our team build and run the social and training events that fuel Giving Tuesday. This task consists of both preparation and day of support. The student will be expected to work alongside our program team during Giving Tuesday events.
• Lower Shore Nonprofit Economic and Social Impact Study: Projects include graphic design, data presentation, coordinating events, research, and other administrative tasks. The impact study is an ongoing collaborate project taking place across the Lower Shore in 2018/2019. Learn more at www.lowershorenpimpact.org
• Depending on circumstances, additional projects may also be available during this internship.
Qualifications
A candidate must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate of an accredited college or university. Organizational, research, and oral and written communication skills needed. Familiarity with graphic design programs is required.
Intern is expected to use the internship to gain experience and knowledge of the workings of a public foundation and as such the internship is considered part of the student’s educational experience. The Foundation is pleased to work with the student’s educational institution to enable the student to gain college credits.
As leaders, grant makers, and stewards of philanthropy, the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore connects people who care to causes that matter for the common good of the Lower Eastern Shore. We are a 501c3 nonprofit with an inspiring history of fostering charitable endeavors and have provided more than $66.9 million in grants and scholarships to the local community since 1984.
Interested students are encouraged to contact: Heather Mahler, Program Director at the Community Foundation of the Eastern Shore by September 15, 2018. Phone: 410-742-9911 or email: hmahler@cfes.org.
1324 Belmont Avenue ∗ Suite 401 ∗ Salisbury, MD 21801 ∗ 410-742-9911 ∗ www.cfes.org