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3/10/2019
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Corporate and Foundation - Development Intern
Children's Bureau | Los Angeles, California
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Job Description

Corporate & Foundation - Development Intern

Length of Internship -

June - December 19'

2 to 3 times a week for 5 hours each day

Overview -

Children's Bureau's Corporate and Foundation team is a subset of the development department and works to raise funds for the organization through corporate and foundation grants.

The Corporate and Foundation Intern will be a member of the Corporate and Foundation team, providing assistance with grant administration during the busy season to ensure grant funding goals are met. The Corporate and Foundation Intern will be responsible for certain administrative duties as well as assisting in prospect research, assisting in grant proposals and/or reports, and completing special projects as needed. While in the position, the Corporate and Foundation Intern will have the opportunity to observe and learn about grant-writing, common fundraising software, funding strategy, nonprofit budgets, and more.

Major Responsibilities -

* Conduct prospect research on potential funders.
* Assist in filing grant materials - Includes making copies, creating new folders, keeping file cabinet drawers in order, etc.
* Enter information in online donor database (No experience needed. Intern will be trained in Raisers Edge, a popular CRM database used by most nonprofits.) - Includes adding new contact information, new relationships, maintaining the notes section for foundations, etc.
* Assist in small non-fundraising events sponsored by funders - Includes helping to create event materials such as funder awards, activity sheets, name tags, flyers, informational packets, etc., and assisting with coordinating activities and volunteers.
* Write grant proposals and reports.

Qualifications -

* Interest in learning about grant-writing and/or corporate and foundation funding methods.
* Interest in nonprofit fundraising.
* Outstanding organizational skills and attention to detail
* Articulate, professional demeanor with strong self-confidence and initiative
* Positive attitude and ability to be flexible
* Ability to handle sensitive information confidentially

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