NONPROFIT MANAGEMENT INTERN (UNPAID) The mission of Courage to Caregivers is to provide hope, support, and courage to caregivers and loved ones of those living with mental illness.
Our non-profit launched in November 2018 with three signature programs. We’re looking for dynamic, enthusiastic team members to join us. This is an exciting opportunity for you to partner with a growing organization and to contribute to our success. If you have a professional, positive attitude with a growth mindset and entrepreneurial spirit, read on.
The competencies that we are looking for in this position are planning and organizing, results orientation, communication, and problem solving. This is an un-paid internship with anticipated need for 15-20 hours each week. Hours are flexible based on your needs and the needs of the organization.
Responsibilities The Nonprofit Management Intern will report directly to the Executive Director and will work collaboratively with the Program Coordinator and Executive Director to provide:
Support to Breathing Meditation and Support Group programs
Assist in development of virtual programing
Research of trauma-informed best practices for future programing
Explore and create a timeline for future accreditation process
General Nonprofit Support
Special event fundraising
Streamlining of technology
If you have these qualifications, we would love to meet you:
Knowledge of team behaviors and leadership roles
Collaborative team player committed to the mission of supporting mental illness caregivers
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Unwavering commitment to quality programs
Highly organized, proficient in Microsoft Office programs and ability to learn new technological applications
Professional, positive attitude with a growth mindset and entrepreneurial spirit
Passion, integrity, mission-driven and self-directed
We are committed to providing:
Mentoring and coaching
Direction and oversight
Support in achieving personal and professional goals
90-day performance evaluation
Potential for working remotely
Send your cover letter and resume to Kristi@CouragetoCaregivers.org. Please type "Non-Profit Management Intern" in the subject line. No phone calls please.
Start date will be Fall 2020 or agreed upon date.
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Courage to Caregivers is a nonprofit organization serving Northeast Ohio with a mission to offer hope, support, and courage to caregivers and loved ones of those living with mental illness. It was founded on the belief that when you support someone you love who is living with mental illness, it is absolutely essential to put on your own "oxygen mask" of self-care before helping those around you. In a validating, nonjudgmental environment, participants will develop the inner strength required to support their loved ones and, most importantly, to care for themselves.
Courage to Caregivers is a nonprofit organization founded in 2017 to provide education, support and empowerment for caregivers and loved ones of those living with mental illness.
Courage to Caregivers launched our first program, One-to-One Caregiver Peer Support, in November 2018. Recognizing that self-care is the "oxygen mask" for the mental illness caregiver, this program connects caregivers with trained volunteers who have experience caring for someone with a mental illness. The purpose of the program is to provide participants with support and resources to help them take care of themselves both physically and emotionally so they are better able to take care of someone else. This is a virtual program offering.
Courage to Caregivers offers two other programs (now virtually): Professionally-led Support Groups - We want caregivers to know they are not alone. Our support groups are co-facilitated by both a counselor or social worker as well as a trained peer specialist who has experience caring for a loved one with mental illness. The goals for our support groups include reinforcing a variety of skills that seek to build resilience and empower the mental illness caregiver as well as establish a caring community. Breathing Meditation Classes - We know that meditation allows you to better manage day-to-day and critical stressful situations. We have found that utilizing proper breathing techniques is vital to the regulation of our stress levels.
Health & Medicine
Thu Oct 01, 2020 - Fri Dec 18, 2020
September 15, 2020
Grant Writing / Research
Resource Development / Management
15-20 hours per week
We need a little bit of information from you to get to know you better. Please (1) complete this application - https://forms.gle/mN6j5AExMNVzVB4C7 and (2) send a cover letter and resume to Kristi@CourageToCaregivers.org