San Diego (United States of America)
SCOPE OF Development Intern WORK: This position will provide essential support to the Development team in planning and executing successful external fundraising events, which provide critical funding to support IRC programs. The Development Intern will also provide administrative support around IRC in San Diego’s community engagement and online presence.
·Support the planning and execution of the IRC’s Refugee Film Festival in a virtual format, including strategy around social media, outreach, and ticket sales
·Conduct research on best practices for virtual events, particularly for film screenings and panel discussions
·Brainstorm and develop strategic outreach plan to target new community partners, university contacts and other groups to participate in and attend Refugee Film Festival
·Assist with content gathering and storytelling projects for web and social media
·Support Development Team in obtaining in-kind donations for refugee and asylum-seeking clients; help with inventory and distribution as needed
·Attend weekly meetings with Development Team and bi-weekly staff meetings
·Provide administrative support to Development Team by assisting with data entry, production of acknowledgments and other cultivation activities
1.Student will learn how to plan and execute major fundraising and community events
2.Student will learn about strategic planning for fundraising and communications
3.Student will learn about administrative processes in the non-profit space.