Denver, CO 80218
Do you: - Support building an anti-hunger movement in Colorado? - Enjoy building relationships with donors? - Gain excitement from data entry? - Enjoy working as part of a team? - Have a keen attention to detail? Title: Development Intern Reports to: Development Coordinator Classification: Intern Metro Caring works with our community to meet people’s immediate need for nutritious food while building a movement to sustainably address the root causes of hunger. Metro Caring is the leader and model for food sovereignty and anti-hunger work for Denver and the nation. We believe access to nutritious food is a right, not a privilege. Using a multifaceted approach, Metro Caring is innovative in solving problems related to hunger, with programming offered in Healthy Foods Access, Nutrition Education, and Community Activation. Metro Caring seeks a Development Intern to manage and oversee the logistics of the development team. Gather updates on Metro Caring to include in monthly acknowledgment letters Accurately enter donor information and gifts (cash, check, credit card) Help with organizing Development events such as our May fundraiser and Cornucopia Development Duties Ensure donor database records are current, accurate, and meet organizational standards Gather updates and highlights on Metro Caring and its teams to include in monthly acknowledgment letters Provide support in executing Development events Other special projects as needed Requirements Full vaccination against COVID-19, including a booster shot, is required for consideration as a Metro Caring intern or employee Proactive, self-motivated, and highly accountable with excellent follow-through skills Ability to manage time and workload effectively, which includes planning, organizing, and prioritizing Ability to work with a diverse population Ability to work well remotely, independently, highly motivated, and a self-starter Ability to be flexible and to balance many different tasks simultaneously Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite applications, Salesforce, and database management Ability or interest in learning new software Education High school diploma, GED, or equivalent Opportunities Available Paid work-study available if qualifiable Professional development for fundraising and cultivation process Potential to transition into long-term employment Opportunity to exercise and improve written communication skills Make connections with leaders in Denver’s non-profit sector and various other community organizations Schedule Flexible schedule Hybrid work (In-person and remote) Flexible to accommodate school/class schedule Given the ever-changing nature of the COVID-19 pandemic, you may be expected to work from home on occasion. The Development Intern must be self-motivated, with strong communication and organizational skills. They must be able to keep composure in a stressful environment and possess the ability to juggle multiple priorities and projects and meet deadlines under pressure. They must have a desire to learn on the job and meet any challenge with a positive attitude with the ability to hold yourself and others accountable for reaching goals. Metro Caring is an equal opportunity employer. The organization is dedicated to the goal of building a culturally diverse staff and we encourage applications from qualified individuals of all backgrounds.
Date Posted: Apr 21, 2022
Denver, CO 80218
Volunteer Positions Volunteers play a vital role in Metro Caring's success and the impact that we are able to provide with our community. Here is a list of volunteer positions for our fresh foods market. The Front End: Front end Volunteers are the first point of contact with excellent customer service skills for community members. Bilingual volunteers highly encouraged. Food Access: The Market: Market Volunteers are highly involved in our fresh foods market experience. The roles range from customer service and stationary to active and lifting. Food Access: The Warehouse: Warehouse Volunteers work directly with all our food in the warehouse. These roles ensure the quality of the food we are distributing. Here are your next steps: VOLUNTEER INTAKE FORM Fill out the Volunteer Intake Form at metrocaring.org/volunteer. If you have any questions, please email Volunteer Intake Coordinator, Yazmin at firstname.lastname@example.org. Sign-up and Attend our Mandatory New Volunteer Orientation (Link to sign-up within Volunteer Intake From). We host orientation every Thursday at Metro Caring from 3:30-4:30 pm. (We are on the corner of 18th & Downing--1100 E.18th Ave. Denver CO 80218.) Once you have attended orientation, sign-up to volunteer using our job calendar on our website! We are so excited for you to join the Metro Caring Community!
Date Posted: Apr 29, 2022