The responsibilities/goals of a Grant Writer Intern is to work with MMIW NC Grantwriter in order to 1) fund MMIW NC Coalition for programs. You will be researching possible grants
Primary Responsibilities: Assist CEO with: Prospect identification, research, proposal development, and writing. Accurate and timely production of final proposals. Electronically tracking and documenting communications. Updating and maintaining the MMIW NC donor database. Researching potential Foundation prospects. Donor outreach and cultivation
Required Skills & Education: Experience in proposal or grant writing preferred. Excellent writing, verbal, proofreading, editing, phone, and organizational skills. Strong time-management and research capabilities. Flexible team player, self-motivated, and detail-oriented with strong interpersonal skills, customer service orientation, excellent phone manner, and communication skills. Ability to prioritize and work well under deadlines. Computer aptitude including strong experience with Microsoft Offices (i.e. Word, Excel). Salesforce experience a plus (but not required). Must be enrolled as an undergraduate or graduate student or be a graduate of a college or university.
About MISSING MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN COALITION OF NORTH CAROLINA
5123 N NC HIGHWAY 119, MEBANE, NC 27302, US
MMIW NC Coalition's mission is to build a strong foundation for healing, justice, and reconciliation for the governments (local and state), institutions, and community in order to help society's attitudes and understanding of the issue (MMIW, 2018). MMIW NC vision is to provide united tribal leadership in this work by lifting up the collective voices of grassroots advocates in tribal communities. MMIW NC is to bring our missing home and help the families of the murdered understand and cope through the process of grief.
The first goal of MMIW NC is to provide education against sexual violence to American Indian (AI) women and girls.
The second goal is teaching self-defense to women and girls in the community. Although self-defense classes are increasingly popular, especially those focused on empowering survivors, it is sometimes still met with skepticism and resistance for a variety of reasons
Advocacy & Human Rights
Arts & Culture
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.