Qualifications: The successful candidate will be a recent graduate with a B.A. degree or a current graduate student. Strong preference will be given to candidates with coursework or work experience in marketing, event planning, development (fundraising), membership services, or nonprofit management.
Schedule: The selected candidate will start work in May and continue through August 2015. Continued employment into the fall semester is a possibility. Interns are expected to work a fixed schedule each week, but this can be altered to accommodate academic schedules. Full time summer interns are preferred, but part time (20 hours/week) will also be considered. Actual start and end dates will be determined after a selection has been made.
Duties: The intern will assist with the following, under the direction of Center for Transportation Leadership Director Alex Bond and Development Manager Lindsey Collins:
• Populating and curating Eno’s customer relationship management (CRM) system
• Marketing of Eno’s membership and training programs
• Building Eno’s Alumni Association website
• Creation of fundraising materials
• Staffing of Eno training events
• Other tasks, as assigned
Compensation: Interns are paid a stipend of $2,000 per month. Interns working less than 37.5 hours per week will be paid a proportionate stipend. Eno is happy to assist the student in claiming class credit; or assist with capstone projects/thesis projects.
Deadline: The deadline to apply for the summer internship is April 17th. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Erin Shumate at eshumateatenotransdotorg.