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Web Design & Development Internship for Social Good

Posted 1 year ago in Computer/Software

With a little bit of technology, nonprofits can change the world. We are looking for a Design and Development Intern to help build out our product. Internship opportunities are on 4-month basis.

Stipend is included and based on experience, availability, and performance. We accept applications on a rolling basis.

What you’ll do
  • Manage and oversee our company website (www.causevox.com)
  • Play an active role in planning new features (communication tools, API, new functionality)
  • Build out our online technical resources
What we’re looking for
  • Strong design and UI/UX skills.
  • Self-starter, able to tackle projects alone
  • Passionate about attention to detail
  • Proficiency in HTML/CSS. You should know your way around something like Wordpress, but also know how to bring your designs from mockup/concept to working code.
  • Experience with Javascript/JQuery
We're more concerned with finding the right fit than getting someone with a billion years of experience. If you have an eye for design and want to improve on your dev skills, this is the place to learn!

About CauseVox:

CauseVox is an online fundraising software that helps high-impact nonprofits across the world. We work with large nonprofits like the Red Cross and United Way as well as exciting startups like The Adventure Project and One Girl Australia.

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