The ideal intern should be interested in pursuing a career in social service nonprofit work. This position will specifically shadow the Director of Operations and serve as "right arm" by preparing for meetings, attending meetings, supporting media relations and correspondence, budget management, personnel management, etc. The Founder and Chairman will devote considerable energy to transferring his knowledge to the intern. The Operations Intern will support or occupy the office of the Director of Operations in directing the daily operations for each corporate affiliate, community partnership, program and service. The Operations Intern will report to the Director of Operations, Board President and/or the Founder and Chairman.
Prepare briefings on prospective clients or agencies in advance of meetings
Participate in committee and board meetings, take notes, summarize minutes
Attend meetings with funders, politicians, clergy, nonprofit leaders, and community representatives
support general office duties such as monthly budget reconciliations, board reports, correspondence, database management, and filings
maintain social media sites to encourage awareness of AWOFINC events and mission
produce the monthly newsletter
look for and suggest ways to make internal operations more efficient and productive
work with the various ministry areas to develop outcome measures and community impact assessments
Students pursuing or possessing a Bachelors's degree or Master’s degree in Administration or related field.
The intern should be adept with Word, Excel, Powerpoint and Web research and be skilled at creating forms, or instruments that help to track goals, outcomes, and financials.
Excellent oral, written, and communication/presentation skills - Comfortable talking with and interacting with others
Must be at least 18 years of age, have a valid driver’s license, and carry your own liability insurance.
Ability to work well with diverse groups of people
The mission of AWOFINC is Building Leadership and Community Knowledge.
AWOFINC is a community initiative that is designed to meet the needs of families who do not have the resources that are to attain the supplemental educational services that are needed to enhance the possibility of success for their children. For over two decades AWOFINC has addressed the critical educational, financial, and social needs of the families in Illinois.
Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
December 24, 2020
Resource Development / Management
Must be at least 21
Open - 10-15 hours per week
Students pursuing or possessing a Bachelors degree or Master’s degree in Administration or related