The Eno Center for Transportation is seeking an intern to assist with leadership and membership programs. Over the past three years, Eno has significantly increased its activity in the areas of specialized training, alumni engagement, and individual/ corporate membership. This internship is ideal for students who are interested in careers in nonprofit management, development, marketing, or event planning. This intern will not be assigned work related to transportation policy projects.
The successful candidate will be a recent graduate with a B.A. degree or a current graduate student. Strong preference will be given to candidates with coursework or work experience in marketing, event planning, development (fundraising), membership services, or nonprofit management.
The selected candidate will start work in May and continue through August 2017. Continued employment into the fall semester is a possibility. Interns are expected to work a fixed schedule each week, but this can be altered to accommodate academic schedules. Full time summer interns are preferred, but part time (20 hours/week) will also be considered. Actual start and end dates will be determined after a selection has been made.
The intern will assist with the following, under the direction of Center for Transportation Leadership Director and Development Director:
- Populating and curating Eno’s customer relationship management (CRM) system
- Marketing of Eno’s membership and training programs
- Conducting Eno’s Alumni Association events
- Creation of fundraising materials<
- Staffing of Eno training events>
- Other tasks, as assigned
Interns are paid a stipend of $2,000 per month. Interns working less than 37.5 hours per week will be paid a proportionate stipend. Eno is happy to assist the student in claiming class credit; or assist with capstone projects/thesis projects.
The deadline to apply for the summer internship is February 17th. To apply, send a cover letter and resume to Erin Shumate at eshumate[at]enotrans.org.
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