AVANCE – Development Intern Position

Derived from the Spanish word for advancement or progress, AVANCE is a nonprofit organization dedicated to unlocking America’s potential by strengthening low-income, Spanish-speaking families through dual-generation, innovative early childhood and parenting education and support services.

AVANCE-Austin is seeking a Development Intern for the fall semester to assist the development team in the organization of fundraising materials. The specific areas of work include donor relations, special events, and volunteer management. The Development Intern should expect to build an interdisciplinary perspective of a nonprofit environment, while collaborating with a fun, nurturing staff.

Job Responsibilities:

Donor Relations:

  • Maintain donor records in the fundraising database
  • Oversee acknowledgement letters and mailings
  • Participate in donor research and recruiting process

Special Events:

  • Assists in preparation and organization of materials for the annual luncheon
  • Organize vendors and in-kind donors for the annual Holiday Party
  • Research and coordinate third-party event and profit-sharing relationships

Other:

  • Collaborate with Americorp VISTA and Development Associate to produce engaging social media posts
  • Supervise in-office volunteer/community service groups and activities
  • Recruit and secure relationships with community service organizations from local universities

Eligibility Requirements:

College Sophomore, Junior, and Senior applicants from Liberal Arts, Business, Communication, or similar disciplines are welcome to apply. Must be able to commit 10+ hours/week in an office setting with reliable transportation. Attendance at the annual luncheon on Thursday, November 1st, 2017 is expected. Proficiency in Spanish and previous office-environment experience is preferred but not required.

To apply, submit a cover letter and resume to Melinda Gonzales Boe, Development and Communications Director, at mboe.aus@avance.org.

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Dance Another World – Program Facilitator Internship

What We Do 

We teach English through dance to non-native speakers in predominantly low-socioeconomic neighborhoods.

English Language Immersion

Students must listen actively and attentively to English instruction to complete the class and dance lesson. The context of dance class provides an exciting, stress-free environment to make mistakes and grow in both dance and English practice.

Our program facilitates the following for our students:

  • Improve conversational English
  • Bolster confidence communicating ideas and feelings
  • Foster body confidence, self-efficacy, and positive self-image
  • Discover new creative heights
  • Acquire and build dance ability
  • Develop positive relationships with peers and instructor
  • A safe space for learning, making mistakes, and growing

Internship description:

Through Content-Based Instruction and Total-Physical Response, interns will lead dance classes to groups of eager young learners in an English immersive setting. Dance styles and technique can range from classical ballet, jazz, hip-hop, to creative movement and everything in between.

Intern will receive support in professional development and curriculum training by the Dance Another World staff. Each intern will be expected to develop weekly lesson plans, with assistance from Dance Another World’s Curriculum Coordinator. At the end of each semester, the young learners have the opportunity to highlight their hard work at the semester showcase, which interns classes will participate. We encourage our interns to explore their strengths, contribute ideas, and to collaborate on innovative experiences for their students. We hope that our interns find this position to be a creative outlet that provides professional skills that translate to not only their future careers but their personal life. This position will be good for individuals who value community engagement and educating the future of our world. Upon completion of a full semester, interns will be awarded a $500.00 salaried stipend.

Intern Responsibilities:

  • Interns will commit to a semester-long partnership with a local Title-One school. Dates and times of programming TBA. A typical class is from 2:45 pm to 5:45 pm twice a week, Monday through Thursday.

  • Open to working with youth. Intern will be responsible for a classroom of a maximum of 15 young learners and will practice classroom management techniques.

  • Interns will be expected to attend mandatory, scheduled teacher meetings once a month.

  • Interns will be expected to uphold the values of Dance Another World and actively represent the organization’s mission.

  • Interns will lead their own class a total of 5 hours a week, with an additional 5 hours dedicated to lesson planning, training, and general community outreach projects.

Please submit a resume and a brief statement of interest highlighting your experience working with youth, dance background, educational goals, and how you want to change the world. Send to admin@danceanotherworld.org.

Visit danceanotherworld.org to learn more.

 

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Community Engagement Intern Fall 2017- Central Texas Food Bank

Internship Description:

The Central Texas Food Bank Community Engagement Intern will provide key support to the Community Engagement team and gain valuable community event and volunteer management skills.

Primary Internship Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Community Engagement team by meeting and working with community event groups and volunteers.
  • Assist with recruitment of volunteers, donors and community groups for engagement with the Food Bank at informational fairs and community events.
  • Represent the Food Bank at external community events and provide tours to groups as needed.
  • Maintain volunteer lobby and sign-in area including nametags, time sheets, check-in, and check-out.
  • Assist with acknowledgment and recognition of event partners, volunteers and sponsors.
  • Manage inventory of Community Engagement team supplies; conduct periodic inventory and recommend replacement as needed.
  • Assist with data collection and management including volunteer and community event information.
  • Work closely with the marketing team to coordinate needs for event and volunteer support.

Intern Qualifications:

The Central Texas Food Bank Community Engagement Department is looking to appoint a motivated, organized, detail-oriented intern with an interest in project management and a desire to work in a fast paced agency environment. The candidate should have the ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.  A sense of humor and humility are essential. Additionally, the ideal candidate will:

  • be professional
  • be outgoing, confident and personable
  • have exceptional communication skills
  • be able to interact with personnel at all levels of the organization
  • be organized and detail-oriented
  • be able to multi-task
  • demonstrate proficiency with Microsoft Office products
  • be open to working some evening and/or weekend events

 Additional Requirements With or Without Reasonable Accommodation:

  • Ability to walk, stand, sit, kneel, push, stoop, reach above the shoulder, grasp, pull, bend repeatedly, identify colors, hear with aid, see, write, count, read, speak, analyze, alphabetize, lift and carry up to 25 lbs., perceive depth, and operate a motor vehicle.
  • Conditions may include working outside in inclement weather, working around machines with moving parts and moving objects, working closely with others, working alone and traveling by company vehicle.
  • Equipment (machines, tools, devices) used in performing only the essential functions include computer and related equipment, computer, calculator, copier, fax machine, telephone, and automobile.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and levels of work to be performed and are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties.

Accountable To: Community Events Specialist
Pay Rate: Unpaid
Time Commitment: 10—20 hours a week
Dates Needed: Fall, Spring and Summer semesters
How to Apply: Email your resume and a cover letter with “Community Engagement” in the subject line to employment@centraltexasfoodbank.org.

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Art From The Streets Internship

***Please note that all internships are subject to approval or denial through the Connecting Experience Proposal Process. If you have questions about whether or not an internship is a good fit for your BDP Certificate, please contact your BDP Advisor***

ART FROM THE STREETS EVENTS INTERN

About:

Art From the Streets believes that making art is good for everyone. The mission of Art

From the Streets (AFTS) is to provide a safe and encouraging environment in which the

positive spirit of homeless and at risk homeless people is nurtured through artistic

expression, and to provide them with a source of pride and income through the sale of

their work.

AFTS has supported hundreds of homeless people in the making of art through our

open studio sessions, and the sale of their work through our annual shows. Thousands

have attended our annual shows over the years, generating art sales for more than 100

artists. Through its annual shows and open studio sessions, AFTS fosters awareness of

and compassion for our homeless neighbors. It restores a sense of connection and

community disrupted by the isolating stigma of homelessness, and helps nurture all†of

our spirits through the creation of art.

Position†Duties

● Help with event planning (gallery shows, volunteer events, fundraisers, etc.)

● Aid Director in administrative duties

● Initiates/participates in publicizing,marketing events, and social media

● Maintain events calendar and keep up with email communications

● Pull artwork for shows

● Photographing events

● Optional: Opportunity to blog about AFTS events

Desired†Skills

● Organized; loves calendars

● Responsive; must be quick at email/phone/SMS communications

● Self-starter

● Communicative and open; likes to work on teams

● Can juggle multiple tasks at once

● Flexible individual that may have to work some nights and weekends

● Preferred: previous knowledge with event planning, nonprofit work, or community

engagement

What†We†Offer

● Gain knowledge about nonprofit work

● Chance to network with professionals who are passionate about nonprofit work

● Develop skills in a wide range of work (no day is the same!)

● Flexible scheduling

General†Information

● Unpaid internship

● 0-10 hours/week

● Work is from home or at event/meeting locations

● Volunteer Opportunities with our Open Studio

How†to†Apply∫

Email Kelley Worden, Executive Director for AFTS, your CV and why you’re interested

and qualified for this position. If interested in blogging for AFTS, please also include 1-2

writing samples on a topic of your choice.

director@artfromthestreetsÆorg

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Westcave Outdoor Discovery Internships

***Please note that all internships are subject to approval or denial through the Connecting Experience Proposal Process. If you have questions about whether or not an internship is a good fit for your BDP Certificate, please contact your BDP Advisor***

2 Positions Available:

Education/Docent Internship

Share the beauty and history of Westcave Preserve with children and adults from all over central Texas and beyond. This rewarding and fulfilling position offers a unique experience to gain immense ecological knowledge of the Texas Hill Country and rich history of this hidden gem know as Westcave Preserve.

Conservation Internship

The Conservation Internship is for those interested in a “hands-on” experience in conservation and land management practices. This internship provides the perfect opportunity for those interested in improving their skills in sustainable land management of a public nature preserve.

 

Additional descriptions and Internship Information can be accessed here—->

http://westcave.org/get-involved/internships

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Internships with Common Threads

***Please note that all internships are subject to approval or denial through the Connecting Experience Proposal Process. If you have questions about whether or not an internship is a good fit for your BDP Certificate, please contact your BDP Advisor***

THIS INTERNSHIP CANNOT COUNT AS A SUMMER 2017 CONNECTING EXPERIENCE. IF YOU PLAN TO PROPOSE THIS INTERNSHIP AS A CONNECTING EXPERIENCE, THE 160 REQUIREMENT WILL STILL NEED TO BE MET DURING THE FALL 2017 SEMESTER. 

Common Threads

Non-Profit Management Intern (volunteer or for credit)

 

Common Threads
Common Threads is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization whose mission is to educate children on the importance of nutrition and physical well-being, empowering them to be agents of change for healthier families, schools, and communities. Through our hands-on, interactive cooking and nutrition education, Common Threads provides a preventative health program solution in urban schools to children, families, and teachers. Common Threads is a national nonprofit with local footprints in the nine cities we serve:

Austin, Chicago, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York City, Pittsburgh, and Washington, D.C. For more information on Common Threads, visit our website at http://secure-web.cisco.com/1H3hKS9PvG7mxH1QqEr_8-sxuUWO3khG8ciT68-QZa6_MM2to0cFUgPWq5DvX3oCQibAvDcrvAnprSHLhWE2xC2NXVJCMQ9EaBwcOxsMYzc881-A1gZljfKLFEePOmtbmyu–HnDsuUBCJwyvLXretV4qGEatXopVAUVx_BluTgdRKQHnqfRQaZgP9lg4YsRsK1LociCVqRVRIlnneckQ3_DhqqnfvxIQk_DlX2HWFjv6ypMh7TPXWkZoEv7y6zZzH8oNNZZlekrGJ3974n4ok4BM4MZv16ANC3m72KSsY5yo1XXJ-8uPxI9OLmL_A2EMVgxHqaSyaWD9l1Z14fc8qg/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.commonthreads.org.

 

Overview:

Common Threads is seeking a student assistant to support the work of the Austin headquarters. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about nonprofit management in a dynamic and energetic setting. As a Non-Profit Management Intern you will have the opportunity to gain experience working with the administration and finance team at a national nonprofit currently active in nine markets around the country. The intern will conduct research on the history of the organization and develop an onboarding presentation to share with future staff; work with the CFO on business licenses, assist with data collection and maintenance; and perform various administrative duties such as preparing mailings and financial reimbursements. This is an integral part of the success of our organization.

All internships are unpaid and will either be completed for academic credit or on a volunteer basis. However, Common Threads Interns gain professional communications and administrative experience, learn how a national non-profit operates, and make a difference in the lives of the teachers, parents, schools, and children we serve.

 

Ideal Qualifications & Characteristics: 

  • Excellent work ethic and reliability
  • Desire to learn new skills and work on a variety of projects
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office
  • Polished communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative in suggesting and assisting with projects that contribute to improving operations and procedures
  • Familiarity with online research, word processing, and computer data entry
  • An interest in nonprofit fundraising, professional communication, and/or events
  • Availability: 12-16 hours (1 ½-2 days) per week Monday-Friday between 9am-5pm

Term: 

  • Summer 2017, with potential to continue through the school year
  • Anticipated start date: June 2017

How to Apply: Please submit your resume and a brief cover letter through our website here: http://secure-web.cisco.com/1KnVy1UJ7vflWh4O2yCsQKtzeagcPQOSw9evzovy4anHTBBDpQxFJABdjp58Adc5XzKVivw7ZeYu4KVZNm6e_D454zQvFkqMrXZj4doHob90zrGZjqznzLjLIqliVb0yv3Bxm9Gpfdv3cm7THnTbCGpaHrdhViCI6DX9gFpGqVlLcYbvAOC98ppPSC9k2Dq9MBJkci-YPcFHP4crmxWbd9FWXZBvKbkx5jUt6UsIYvun9bHWvVOSeaackr941cZU3ZPjCpkqHC6SXv_9oXOMBWWORVkIwxqm4pMP38hp33alI8Te3PgbcW5XRN93FbfnBVhAurt2qi8mOMUeJjzZG-w/http%3A%2F%2Fcommonthreads.org%2Fcareers%26nbsp;

 

 

Common Threads

Events Intern (volunteer or for credit)

 

Common Threads
Common Threads is a 501(c) 3 non-profit organization whose mission is to educate children on the importance of nutrition and physical well-being, empowering them to be agents of change for healthier families, schools, and communities. Through our hands-on, interactive cooking and nutrition education, Common Threads provides a preventative health program solution in urban schools to children, families, and teachers. Common Threads is a national nonprofit with local footprints in the nine cities we serve:

Austin, Chicago, Jacksonville, Los Angeles, Miami, New Orleans, New York City, Pittsburgh, and Washington, D.C. For more information on Common Threads, visit our website at http://secure-web.cisco.com/1H3hKS9PvG7mxH1QqEr_8-sxuUWO3khG8ciT68-QZa6_MM2to0cFUgPWq5DvX3oCQibAvDcrvAnprSHLhWE2xC2NXVJCMQ9EaBwcOxsMYzc881-A1gZljfKLFEePOmtbmyu–HnDsuUBCJwyvLXretV4qGEatXopVAUVx_BluTgdRKQHnqfRQaZgP9lg4YsRsK1LociCVqRVRIlnneckQ3_DhqqnfvxIQk_DlX2HWFjv6ypMh7TPXWkZoEv7y6zZzH8oNNZZlekrGJ3974n4ok4BM4MZv16ANC3m72KSsY5yo1XXJ-8uPxI9OLmL_A2EMVgxHqaSyaWD9l1Z14fc8qg/http%3A%2F%2Fwww.commonthreads.org.

Overview:

Common Threads is seeking a student assistant to support the work of the Austin headquarters. This is an excellent opportunity to learn more about nonprofit fundraising and event management in a dynamic and energetic setting.

As an Events Intern you will have the opportunity to gain experience in event management for four upcoming events in Fall 2017 (Chef Takeover series and Cook-off). Interns will research sponsorship prospects and assess mission fit, assist with the creation and preparation of communication materials to solicit sponsorships and auction items, assist with data collection and maintenance, and perform various administrative duties such as preparing mailings. This is an integral part of the success of our organization, to ensure we raise the most funds possible through our events.

All internships are unpaid and must be completed for either academic credit or on a volunteer basis. However, Common Threads Interns gain professional communications and administrative experience, learn how a national nonprofit operates, and make a difference in the lives of the teachers, parents, schools, and children we serve.

Ideal Qualifications & Characteristics: 

  • Excellent work ethic and reliability
  • Desire to learn new skills and work on a variety of projects
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office
  • Polished communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and take initiative in suggesting and assisting with projects that contribute to improving operations and procedures.
  • Familiarity with online research, word processing, and computer data entry.
  • An interest in nonprofit fundraising, professional communication, and/or events 
  • Availability: 12-16 hours (1 ½-2 days) per week Monday-Friday between 9am-5pm                                         

Term:

  • Summer 2017, with potential to continue through the school year.
  • Anticipated start date: June 2017

How to Apply: Please submit your resume and a brief cover letter through our website here: http://secure-web.cisco.com/1KnVy1UJ7vflWh4O2yCsQKtzeagcPQOSw9evzovy4anHTBBDpQxFJABdjp58Adc5XzKVivw7ZeYu4KVZNm6e_D454zQvFkqMrXZj4doHob90zrGZjqznzLjLIqliVb0yv3Bxm9Gpfdv3cm7THnTbCGpaHrdhViCI6DX9gFpGqVlLcYbvAOC98ppPSC9k2Dq9MBJkci-YPcFHP4crmxWbd9FWXZBvKbkx5jUt6UsIYvun9bHWvVOSeaackr941cZU3ZPjCpkqHC6SXv_9oXOMBWWORVkIwxqm4pMP38hp33alI8Te3PgbcW5XRN93FbfnBVhAurt2qi8mOMUeJjzZG-w/http%3A%2F%2Fcommonthreads.org%2Fcareers%26nbsp;

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Internship with Austin Pets Alive!

ORGANIZATION NAME: Austin Pets Alive!

POSITION: Marketing Intern

START DATE: Position opened until filled

HOURS: 10-20 hours per week

COMPENSATION: This is an unpaid position to provide educational benefit.

ORGANIZATION DESCRIPTION:

Austin Pets Alive! (APA!) is one of Austin’s most dynamic local nonprofits with an

existing powerful brand. APA! is an award-winning organization on the verge of

establishing a national presence as a leader in the No-Kill movement. Each year APA!

rescues, treats and adopts out more than 7,000 homeless cats and dogs, providing the

safety net for Austin’s most at-risk shelter pets. The Marketing Intern will play an

integral role in shaping and enabling the organization’s growing prestige.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The Marketing Intern is responsible for assisting in the implementation of various

aspects of marketing and communications for Austin Pets Alive! (APA!) under the

direction of the Marketing Manager and Marketing and Communications Team.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

• Tactical planning and execution for the expansion of APA! messaging and

branding to a national level

• Working closely with the Social Media Manager to analyze successful content

and develop strategies for social media messaging in ongoing campaigns

• Tracking, organizing, and maintaining a comprehensive catalog of APA!

media appearances and mentions

• Assisting in creation and development of branded materials for the

Marketing team, and overall organization

• Collecting and compiling data for strategic Marketing efforts, campaigns and

sponsorship requirements

• Creating and maintaining an ongoing database of key components and

collateral for marketing campaigns

• Working closely with other interns, volunteers and staff to carry out

additional projects determined by present needs and intern interests

TO APPLY: Please e-mail your resume & cover letter to marketing@austinpetsalive.org

with subject line “Marketing Intern – Application.”

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Positions Open at UT Resource Recovery- PAID Positions

Positions Open at UT Resource Recovery- PAID Positions

 

Department Facility Services Number of Openings 12
Approximate Hours per Week 10 Hourly Wage $8.50
Supervisor’s Name Lindsey Hutchison Job Start Date 9/1/17

 

Submit Cover Letter & Resume to Lindsey.Hutchison@austin.utexas.edu to apply.

Employer: UT Resource Recovery

Position Title: Resource Recovery Team Member

Description:

Resource Recovery is a branch within UT Facilities Services which encompasses both Zero Waste and Surplus Properties. Resource Recovery is tasked with improving sustainability at UT, specifically with regards to reaching our 2020 Zero Waste goal to divert 90% of all materials from the landfill. Major diversion strategies include source reduction, recycling, and composting. As a result, we have the opportunity to partner and observe material processes across campus.

You would be a member of Resource Recovery’s student internship program. All of our student interns meet weekly as a team to share and learn and create synergy across our work. Additionally, Team Members will join a specific Project Team within Resource Recovery’s umbrella of work. Team Members are not expected to have any sustainability background – only interest in learning! Recent and anticipated Project Teams include:

Waste Audit: Gain hands-on experience through the assessment of campus’s trash and recycling streams

Outreach: Increase student awareness and knowledge with regards to reaching Zero Waste through planning of and participation in campus outreach events

E-Waste: Test and document functionality of Surplus electronics to support diversion through sale of these materials

Lab Equipment: Research, test, document and facilitate sales of Surplus laboratory equipment

Surplus Reuse Store: Organize and staff store events selling furniture and various items. Must be available to work particular Saturdays.

Education: Support specific campus buildings and occupants in achieving zero waste through staff trainings, regular feedback, etc.

Online Auction: Document Surplus items for online auction postings and facilitate customer pickup of purchases

 

The work schedule will vary based on Project Team but all efforts will be made to align with student schedules. Team Meetings will likely occur after 5pm on a weekday. Some weekend activities may be necessary but will be scheduled in advance. Most positions allow for much of the work to be completed on the student’s own time.

 

As a result of this experience, you will:

  • Have a greater knowledge of sustainability considerations with regard to waste decrease and diversion
  • Practice project management activities including planning, coordination, and implementation
  • Enhance group work abilities
  • Work with a variety of campus entities to achieve project goals
  • Engage peers and staff to educate and motivate behavior change

Qualifications:

  • Interest and/or experience in sustainability and willingness to learn about the inner workings of recycling, solid waste, and surplus
  • Ability to maintain professionalism and represent the department well when communicating with faculty, staff, and students
  • Timely and effective communication
  • Punctual
  • Ability to produce quality work individually and in teams
  • Organized and adaptable

Supervisor’s Name: Lindsey Hutchison, Zero Waste Coordinator

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Austin Pets Alive! Internship

Austin Pets Alive! 3rd Party Events Intern

Austin Pets Alive! is a life-saving, award-winning organization that sees continuous growth

and high brand recognition across Austin, and is quickly making a name for itself across the

nation. This is a beloved organization by individuals and businesses alike and is highly

sought after to participate in local community events. Businesses, organizations and

individuals want to show support for the work we do, while also recognizing the value and

influence our brand will bring to an event. Due to the high demand of event partnership

requests, APA! is seeking a 3rd Party Events Intern.

An internship with APA! will provide:

➔ Ability to network with influential people across Austin, including business owners

and event managers

➔ Knowledge of inner workings of a fast-paced, mission-driven organization

➔ Development of personnel management skills

➔ Event coordination and event management experience

➔ Hands-on experience fundraising for a non-profit organization

➔ The opportunity to attend and oversee fun events and get to know incredible dogs

and cats at APA!

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

➔ Assist with 3rd party event intake and prioritization

➔ Create and prepare event kits for 3rd party hosts

➔ Discuss hosts’ monetary goals, messaging and event purpose

➔ Write event agreement, using APA! third party event agreement template, to set

guidelines and expectations for host

➔ Recruit and head a team of volunteers using APA! volunteer database to work events

and communicate all details with day-of volunteers

➔ Prepare for day-of event by spending 20 minutes readying event bin, sending

reminder email to event volunteers and confirmation email to 3rd party host

➔ Schedule required/agreed-upon social media posts, if applicable, for 3rd party events

with Marketing Manager and add event to APA! event calendar.

➔ Build digital folders for each event to include event agreement, screenshots of media

posts, and any other applicable items to be shared with event host for their records

➔ Write thank you note to 3rd party host and thank you email to event volunteers,

conduct a brief inventory of merchandise sold, and record monetary funds raised

through merchandise and donations after event

Start Date: Position open until filled and requires 3-6 month commitment.

Hours: 10-20 hours/week on emails and attending events, when applicable.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Chosen candidate will not be eligible for

benefits and will not be covered under workers’ compensation. Volunteer intern will not be

guaranteed a paid position at this organization after the completion of the internship and

understands that he/she is not entitled to wages for time spent in internship.

To apply: Please email your resume and cover letter to events@austinpetsalive.org with

subject line, “Internship Application.” Exemplary candidates will be invited to interview.

*Volunteer intern will wear a volunteer t-shirt during APA! 3rd-party events.

**Volunteer intern will work closely with and report directly to Events and Outreach

Manager.

***This internship provides educational benefit to the chosen candidate who may utilize the

skills and knowledge gained during his/her time as a volunteer intern for APA! to advance

his/her career and/or knowledge of the non-profit and event industry.

For more information about Austin Pets Alive!, visit austinpetsalive.org.

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Miracle Foundation Summer 2017 Internships

***please note that the deadline to apply for this internship is AFTER the Summer Connecting Experience Proposal deadline (May 12th)- if you plan to apply to this internship please contact your advisor PRIOR to May 12th to discuss whether this could count as a Connecting Experience***

Internship at the Miracle Foundation

Miracle Foundation brings life-changing care to the world’s orphans. Together with our supporters, we transform local orphanages into homes, train displaced women to become cherished mothers, and fund scholarships for education. Our goal is to have each orphan become a healthy, happy, income-producing person – and break out of the cycle of poverty.

We are seeking interns in Office Admin, Development, Programs, and Finance for Summer 2017. The application deadline is May 14, 2017. Our Austin headquarters is open Monday through Thursday from 9 am to 5 pm and Friday 9 am to 4 pm. In almost all cases, we can only accommodate interns and volunteers during business hours. Thank you for your understanding.

Follow this link to apply—> http://www.miraclefoundation.org/get-involved/volunteer/

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Please note that all opportunities are subject to approval or denial through the BDP Connecting Experience proposal process. If you have questions about whether or not an internship is a good fit for your BDP certificate, please contact your BDP advisor.

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