The Community Literature Initiative is focused on teaching writers how to write, edit, and
finalize manuscripts for publication. Seasoned and new writers can furnish their skills through
our process of cultivating creativity, passion, and drive. Community Literature Initiative has
been without an accounting department for awhile. Come aboard to help clean up our books,
develop accounting policy, and keep us a going concern.
Duties may include, but are not limited to:
1. Extract, input, or scan information into Quickbooks
2. Match transactions into Quickbooks
3. Reviewing and/or analyzing financial reports, journal vouchers, and accounting
4. Processing invoices/payments - managing the A/R & A/P cycles.
5. Bank Reconciliations
6. Development of accounting policies and procedures.
Although this is an unpaid internship that does not lead to permanent employment or include
employee benefits, students and recent graduates are offered an excellent opportunity to build
their resumes, develop career skills and apply academic knowledge, network with professionals
in their fields of interest.
Minimum 5 – 10 hours per week for 10 - 12 weeks. Hours must be scheduled during normal business hours (Monday – Friday between 8 a.m. and 5 p.m.).
Applicants must currently be majoring in Accounting or Finance and have completed several accounting courses with an accredited college/university. Recent graduates of Accounting or Finance degrees gladly welcome.
Financial Planning, Budgeting, Accounting, Business Development, Financial Service Assistance