Administrative | Communications | Development | Programs/Services
A Precious Child is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization devoted to providing children in need with opportunities and resources to empower them to achieve their full potential.
The Programs Intern will have the opportunity to assist with planning and implementation of eight A Precious Child Programs. As well as aid with development and implementation of new potential programs.
- Work directly with the Programs Coordinator and the Director of Programs & Evaluation to plan and implement the programs
- Initiate and keep relationships with points of contact at schools, businesses and organizations that partake in our programs as donors, volunteers, or sponsors
- Developing and implementing tracking systems
- Researching and applying for in-kind donations of needed items
- Aid in execution of A Precious Child’s three scholarship programs including processing applications and fulfilling scholarship requests
- Assisting with solicitation of corporate sponsorships for programs
- Assisting with coordinating distribution of goods to families and agency partners in relation to each program
- Graduate student or experienced undergraduate in relevant field (Social Work, Project Management, Business, Psychology, Sociology, Counseling, Education etc.)
- Excellent oral and written communication skills.
- Self-motivated, good organizational skills, flexibility, collaborative skills, and able to multi-task and works well with people
- Ability to work with a wide range of people and show sensitivity to individual differences
- Ability to communicate in a professional manner with other staff members, volunteers, and clients
- Spanish/English Bilingual is preferred
- Enthusiasm for the mission of A Precious Child and the children and families we serve
*Please note: Due to the unpredictability of our programs, the Programs Intern may be asked to aid in other areas of A Precious Child, as needed.
Start Date: Position open until filled; requires a 3-6 month commitment
Hours: 8-32 hours per week
Compensation: This position is an unpaid internship. Individuals who need hours for class credit would be highly encouraged to apply.