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Administrative Intern

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Furniture4Families.org is seeking highly motivated, part-time, Administrative Intern to assist with our fundraising, marketing and communication efforts. This is a great opportunity to work with a new non profit organization during the start up stages.  The Administrative Intern will report to the Program Director
The Intern must possess a valid driver’s license and have regular access to a vehicle, and be available to work some evenings and weekends with a flexible, planned schedule.
Furniture4Families.org's mission is to provide furniture and household items to families in need.  Furniture4Families.org is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization that takes on and accomplishes a wide range of work, partnering with the mayor's office and local social service agencies.
Duties include:
Event planning administrative tasks for 2017 fundraisers
Meeting with retailers and potential sponsors for donations
Other administrative tasks- filing, mailing, etc.
Data entry
Fundraising administrative support
Communications administrative support
Assist with furniture delivery scheduling and coordination
Qualifications Required:
Minimum of 1 year of college coursework completed
Strong MS Office Suite skills (Word, Excel)
Excellent organizational skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong attention to detail, thorough follow-up on tasks, ability to meet deadlines
Preferred Qualifications:
Non-profit experience
Knowledge of human service industry, desire to learn
The internship is a part-time,10-15 hours/week position.  Days/hours per week are negotiable.  Position requires consistent commitment and availability. 
TO APPLY:  Please send both a cover letter and resume to furniture4families@gmail.com Please include “Administrative Intern” in the subject line. Position will remain open until filled.

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