Student Leader Intern
- $18 to $19 Hourly
The Hope Through Housing Foundation (Hope) is committed to breaking the cycle of generational poverty by implementing high-quality social services for low-income families and seniors living within and around National COREs affordable housing developments throughout California, Texas, and Florida. We seek passionate, hardworking team members who are committed to transforming lives and communities. Together, we deliver Hope, Opportunity, Prosperity, and Empowerment to thousands of youths, adults, and seniors each year.
About the Job:
The Student Leader Intern will be placed at our corporate office to learn the mission, vision, and values of HTHF. The Student Leader Intern will be introduced to nonprofit and business leadership by job shadowing, attending staff meetings, and assisting with summertime projects and events. The internship will last approximately 8 weeks to fulfill requirements for the Bank of American Student Leader program with the 8th week spent in Washington D.C. to attend the Student Leadership Summit. This internship will be completed through a combination of on-site activities and off-site meetings. Interns are expected to work 35-hour weeks, Monday through Friday. This non-exempt position reports to Director of Program Quality and Data Management.
The Student Leader Intern is responsible for attending staff meetings, participating in planning sessions, and working collaboratively with HTHF staff. Intern will support volunteer coordination and be responsible for planning and leading three volunteer groups for Back-to-School Events. The Student Leader Intern will help coordinate Back to School giving campaigns and will be responsible for raising $1,000 through in kind or monetary contributions. Intern will learn about non-profit fundraising strategies as well as program development to receive a better understanding of organization planning, resident services, and programming. Intern will attend social and community engagement opportunities.
- Intern will acquire a better understanding of Hope through Housing's resident services and programs, organizational structure, organizational culture, and relationship with National CORE
- Intern will understand how to leverage local community resources and partners to address needs of the community.
- Intern will support in volunteer coordination, assist with planning and organizing volunteer opportunities for individual and group volunteers.
- Intern will shadow Director of Programs and Data Management to learn more about program design, program development, evaluation, and data collection.
- Intern will learn about various non-profit fundraising strategies and help coordinate Back to School giving campaigns.
- Intern will shadow Foundation & Corporate Relations Coordinator to learn about grant writing and submitting grant applications.
- Intern will learn about donor stewardship and assist with donor thank you communications.
- Student Leader intern will learn how to develop relationships resulting in in-kind service/product donations and financial contributions.
- Student Leader will attend social events and community engagement opportunities designed to build greater community among residents.
SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS
- Must have leadership qualities and a high level of attention to detail
- Ability to work cooperatively and collaboratively with other HOPE staff, National CORE staff, public officials, private sector officials, parents, and community leaders.
- Must have excellent interpersonal communication skills and ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to communicate effectively and demonstrate sensitivity to others.
- Ability to write clear, grammatically correct administrative tasks including but not limited to professional emails to internal and external stakeholders, meeting minutes, flyers, case notes, reports, narratives, social media posts.
- Ability to use Outlook, Word, PowerPoint, Excel, and other basic computer software programs.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently and as part of a team.
- Requires strong interpersonal skills and an ability to interface professionally with residents, staff, donors, external groups, and partners
- Be able and willing to work flexible hours which may include evenings or weekends.
- Have reliable transportation
- Successfully complete the following as a condition of hire:
- Tuberculosis test, background and drug screening
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS/WORK ENVIRONMENT
- Exposure to various types of weather conditions.
- Sitting, walking
- May include lifting up to 20 pounds.
- Operate computer and office equipment.
- Ability to pass TB skin test and background check.
National Community RenaissanceRancho Cucamonga, CA
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