Brem Foundation: We are a team of passionate, driven, energetic, and visionary people working together using innovative strategies to save lives from breast cancer. Are you ready to join an organization changing the breast cancer landscape in DC? Are you looking for a rewarding, fast-paced position where your voice matters? Are you a motivated, energetic, and flexible person? If so, the Brem Foundation is a good fit for you.
Position Description: The Brem Foundation is seeking motivated and responsible interns for the Spring of 2020, to contribute to fundraising and programming initiatives. The intern will work closely with the Director of Development and Director of Strategy and Programming to take on the following projects:
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Event support for development fundraisers
- Support social media and website updates by creating engaging content
- Research and submit articles on key facts and issues about breast cancer in DC
- Support bi-monthly newsletter
- Process and acknowledge gifts
- Support the management of the donor database
- Research potential opportunities with media sponsors and partners
- Represent the Brem Foundation professionally at fundraising and educational events
- Other duties as assigned
- Detail oriented with strong organizational skills
- Excellent written and verbal skills
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Ability to work independently with little supervision in an efficient manner
- Willingness to take initiative with creative ideas
- Ability to thrive in a fast-paced and fluctuating environment
- Proficiency in social media platforms including Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter
- Field of study and skills: Communications, PR, Marketing, or similar
- Passion and understanding of Brem’s mission
Hours are flexible, but the intern is expected to work 15-20 hours/wk. Internship can be done for academic credit.
To apply, please forward resume and cover letter to ------------ with “Your Name - Internship Application” as the subject.
development, operations, programs, media, nonprofit, breast cancer