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Students for OneSky Internship
ORGANIZATION: OneSky for all children
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We are seeking an intern passionate about early childhood development in Asia! This exciting opportunity will manage our Students for OneSky program.
This internship is an exciting volunteer role on the global OneSky Development Team. Over 5-8 hours per week, working from home, you will manage our Students for OneSky program and be the primary point of contact for students and youth volunteers. This important program seeks to build support from students in the United States and Asia for all of our programs. As an advocate for vulnerable young children, you will be passionate about OneSky’s vision and mission and an excellent writer and communicator.
This internship is non-paid, but OneSky encourages applicants to seek out opportunities for academic credit. OneSky can provide letters of support and other documentation to submit to universities or other academic institutions. Upon successfully completing the internship, you may also be eligible to receive a letter of recommendation from OneSky.
Please note that interns who receive academic credit are expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week during the school year.
Reports to: Director of Marketing
Location: Remote position/work from home
Manage Students for OneSky program, and in the process....
- Implement a student outreach and engagement plan and support external communications for Students for OneSky.
- Establish personal relationships with clubs and students and support them in their virtual fundraising and advocacy efforts.
- Conduct individual meetings with clubs and students to share OneSky’s current work to build trust and long-lasting relationships.
- Represent OneSky publicly and professionally
Support the Development and Engagement Teams
- You will support OneSky’s Development and Engagement teams through projects not limited to postcard writing, social media prospecting, and data analysis.
- You will develop ideas, solve problems, and reach our teams’ collective goals.
- As available, participate in weekly team meetings (US time zone) to understand OneSky’s programs, mission, and vision.
Ideal Qualifications :
- You are currently enrolled in an undergraduate program in education, preferably early childhood education or youth development.
- You have excellent written and oral communication skills
- You are a team player who thrives on collaboration and is super organized
- You are familiar with Google Suite, Excel, and PowerPoint and have a basic knowledge of design platforms such as Canva
- You have experience with virtual events and facilitating online meetings
- You have a connection with our work and a strong desire to help OneSky’s mission of improving the lives of young children living in low-resource communities.
- You are professional, passionate, reliable and caring!
- 11 months (July 2022 to June 2023)
No additional volunteer opportunities at this time.
About OneSky for all children
1832 Second Street, Suite K, BERKELEY, CA 94710, US
OneSky trains communities and caregivers to provide responsive care and early education to vulnerable young children so they can thrive
OneSky was founded in 1998 to improve the lives of children in China’s welfare institutions. In 2011, OneSky was invited by China’s Ministry of Civil Affairs to train every child welfare worker in the country. Today, OneSky has reached every province of China and now supports children in low-resource settings across Asia. Over the past 24 years, in partnership with government and local communities, OneSky has trained 64,157 caregivers to improve outcomes for 227,212 vulnerable young children in China, including Hong Kong, Mongolia and Vietnam. Read more about our impact here.
This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.
June 17, 2022
- Graphic Design
- Social Media / Blogging
- Community Outreach
- Verbal / Written Communication
- Background Check
- Must be at least 19
- Orientation or Training
- During the academic year, interns who receive academic credit are expected to work a minimum of 10 hours per week.