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Marketing, Social Medial Spring/Summer Internship
The DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation was created to teach children basic financial and economic literacy skills to promote life-long financial health. The Foundation works closely with educators, opinion makers, business leaders and families to dramatically improve financial literacy and better prepare the next generation for a lifetime of good financial decisions. DMFLF creates and makes available free lessons, activities, and assessments of the highest quality to schools and teachers. We are currently developing a student-centered financial literacy program that is standards-based and provides 60 hours for high school students.
The DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation offers unpaid internships to current students and recent graduates interested in learning the inner workings of a nonprofit organization. Interns will be paired with a Foundation team member for one-on-one mentorship to gain hands-on experience in their area of interest.
If you meet all of the above requirements and would like to be considered for an internship, please send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com and put INTERNSHIP and Focus Area in the subject line.
Marketing and Social Media:
Interns will be divided into three departments according to skill levels. The three departments of Marketing and Social Media include Content Writer, Associate Analyst, and Social Media Coordinator. The content writer will be responsible for creating new content that will carry on DoughMain's message and values. Interns will review and update the Foundation Marketing Social Media Plan, update print materials, update and maintain social media, while implementing, increasing and fine tuning our social media marketing presence on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, blog and e- newsletter. Interns/Service Learners will participate in professional development workshops and networking opportunities when offered by the organization.
189 Wall Street, Suite B, Princeton, NJ 08540, US
The Mission of DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation (DMFLF) is to prepare today's students for a lifetime of financial responsibility through engaging financial literacy educational programs delivered at no cost to schools and homes. Our student centered, multi-sensory program and visionary approach promotes sustained learning and provides educators the opportunity to address the needs of the individual learner using relevant and relatable curricula. Our programs are offered at no cost.
The DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation was formally incorporated in New Jersey in 2012, and in 2013 was granted IRS tax-exempt status under section 501(c)(3) as a Public Charity. Apart from educators working on curriculum development, DMFLF has a predominantly volunteer staff. The DMFLF Board of Trustees consists of 11 active members. The organization’s principal offices are located in Princeton, New Jersey. Since its inception, the DoughMain Financial Literacy Foundation has created and tested a curriculum that has become one of the most popular in the schools where it has been piloted. We are presently engaging schools and educators within the central New Jersey and Bucks County in Pennsylvania in hopes to fulfil our vision for as a "A Financially FIT America."
We'll work with your schedule.
189 Wall StreetPrinceton, NJ 08540
April 15, 2020