The NGO Management Internship is a great opportunity for anyone pursuing a career in social work, community organizing, political science or non-profit management. Managing a grassroots nonprofit requires wearing many hats: fundraising, marketing, bookkeeping, reporting and managing resources. Your internship with Long Way Home can be tailored to your specific area of interest, but will also give you the opportunity to experience the full gamut of nonprofit administrative tasks.
Participants involved in the NGO Management Internship may expect to assist the community in every way possible. This is an excellent opportunity to learn about grant writing for a nonprofit organization. Interns will research, prioritize, and apply for grants from a variety of foundations and institutions.
Our vision includes investing in future projects with the aim of continually improving the Comalapan standard of living. Our ability to undertake these ventures depends on the success of future grants. We invite interns from a variety of academic and experiential backgrounds to lend their hands and ideas to better the community.
- Resource Development / Management
- Donor Management
- Grant Writing / Research
- Environmental Education
- Community Outreach
Good Match For
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 18
- 30-40 hours/week
- longer term requirement at least 2 months