The Development and Partnerships Intern will work with the United to Beat Malaria Development Team to support the campaign’s critical fundraising work, including but not limited to, individual donor relationship building and stewardship; prospective corporate, as well as faith and service-based partner research; and the creation of engaging and compelling partnership and employee engagement opportunities.
Applicants should have an understanding of and interest in grassroots campaigns and nonprofit development. Flexibility and interest in working on a variety of aspects of the campaign is critical, including grassroots engagement, stewardship, partnerships, and general fundraising.
Write thank you notes to first-time and repeat donors.
Call new donors to help build relationships and understand donor motivation.
Support donor stewardship mailings.
Support research and outreach to potential school, community, and faith-based organizations.
Support Giving Tuesday and year end campaign planning and execution.
Research new potential corporate partners.
Research and develop employee engagement opportunities for United to Beat Malaria corporate and organizational partners.
Other duties as assigned.
Candidate must be enrolled in a degree-granting program during the internship or must be a recent graduate (within 8 months of graduation) of a college or university.
Ability to work under pressure and handle stress.
Strong communications skills required, both written and oral.
Prior development experience preferred.
Ability to meet regular attendance/tardiness policy.
Interest in international affairs/development/global health, or other relevant subject areas.
Must have a personal laptop computer and access to the internet.
Must be available to work a maximum of 29 hours per week.
Must be authorized to work in the United States.