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Finance and Reporting Intern

San Diego (United States of America)

  • Organization: IRC - International Rescue Committee
  • Location: San Diego (United States of America)
  • Grade: Internship
  • Occupational Groups:
    • Communication and Public Information
    • Banking and Finance
    • Documentation and Information Management
  • Closing Date:

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SCOPE OF INTERN WORK: IRC’s MAKE (Merging Agriculture, Kitchens, and Employment) Projects uses food-based programs – urban farming, commercial food production, a café, special events, weekly CSA newsletter and monthly food and culture journal – as an educational platform for refugees, immigrant and low-income individuals to move to self-sufficiency in San Diego. See our Instagram @ircmake_sd to learn more about what we do.

 

The Finance & Reporting Intern (F/R Intern) will get an inside look and firsthand experience with the critical accounting and outcomes monitoring activities of a non-profit social enterprise program. The F/R Intern will learn a lot about how non-profit administration works while also gaining experience understanding and supporting the business analysis of a growing social enterprise. The intern will also help track grant-based reporting on client trainings and outcome-based activities critical to non-profit grants management. The F/R Intern will work closely with MAKE Projects staff and especially, the Senior Program Manager. An essential experience for anyone looking to understand and grow in a non-profit or business sector job in the future.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

·Expense and revenue bookkeeping and monthly reconciliation

·Analysis and reporting of monthly expenditures and revenues

·Tracking budgets

·Client outcomes and grant-based reporting

 

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

1. To understand hands-on, community-based social enterprise programming

2. To understand non-profit operations and sustainability, e.g. finance and administration

3. To understand the employment and educational needs of refugees, immigrants and low-income individuals in San Diego County


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