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The Fundraising and Administration Intern assists CPC Board with activities related to the museum’s on-going fundraising and in the completion of general administrative tasks. He/She assists CPC Board in the planning and implementation of programs, events, and projects through clerical support.
·Coordinating communication with and providing support for fundraising committee members.
·Maintaining updated & accurate prospect lists.
·Creating brochures, forms, and documents directly related to fund-raising.
·Researching, writing, editing & tracking grants.
·Working to develop recognition plaques, posters, and certificates.
·Providing clerical support and assistance with special events, programs, and projects.
·Ensuring the accuracy of reports, records, etc. through the use of editing skills and fact-checking.
·Assisting in the general operation and maintenance of the museum through tasks such as duplicating, faxing, answering telephones, taking messages, mailing, typing, running errands, etc.
·Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Preferred:
·Knowledge of technical writing practices.
·Experience in writing grant proposals.
·Experience in research methodology.
·Strong organizational skills.
·Good attention to details and ability to meet deadlines.
·Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel, OFFICE 97 or 2000.
All Semester internships are available. Work can occur on site, or some can be done from home/office location. Interns are expected to work an average of 10-12 hours/week.