The Development Intern will work with the Development Director on fundraising efforts for Harmony School. The internship can be personalized to meet the needs and interest of the individual intern and could encompass several aspects of fundraising at a nonprofit organization. The opportunity is perfect for career-minded students looking to gain real-world nonprofit experience in a professional and collaborative environment. The intern will work with their direct supervisor to construct a set of internship goals based on the individual’s personal and professional interests.
Tasks may include, but are not limited to:
- Engaging in grant research, writing and reporting.
- Assisting collection of organizational data.
- Helping with the overall strategy and implementation of annual fundraising efforts.
- Assisting with marketing, communications, and event planning.
- Harmony School currently offers internships designed to provide students and recent graduates with experience related to the field of fundraising, event planning, nonprofit management and administration.
- Interns are expected to work a minimum of 8-10 hours a week during an 8 - 20 week internship period. Timelines and hours can be flexible to accommodate a students individual circumstances.
- Internships are unpaid, interns may receive academic credit if an agreement is made between Harmony School and the intern college or university.
ABOUT HARMONY SCHOOL:
Since our inception in 1974, Harmony School has been dedicated to our mission of preparing pre k-12th grade children from all income backgrounds to live in and contribute to a heterogeneous democracy. We are dedicated to the development of the whole student: we teach critical thinking and academic skills, nurture each student's unique voice, all while promoting physical, social, emotional, and creative growth. Harmony School has had a successful 43-year history of serving thousands of children, and over 500 students have graduated from our high school. Since June of 2012, Harmony has achieved the highest accreditation possible from the North Central Association Commission on Accreditation and School Improvement (NCA CASI), an accreditation division of AdvanceED.