Nonprofit Internship Opportunities

Community Development Intern

Duties and Responsibilities:

Specific duties include, but may not be limited to:
• Grant education and processing
• Conduct surveys of people, buildings, and infrastructure
• Assist in neighborhood planning activities
• Develop and implement community engagement activities
• Assist in facilitating neighborhood meetings, workshops, and special events
• Receive and prepare tool and supply donations for neighborhood use or for sale
• Maintain inventory of tool donations, and update in inventory system as needed
• Develop a tool recycling or resale program to provide a sustainable funding stream for the initiative
• Light office or clerical duties around the neighborhood center

Additional Opportunities:
• Participate in and learn about macro community practice, placemaking strategies, and nonprofit leadership activities
• Participate in and learn about additional communications initiatives such as social media, stakeholder engagement, and grassroots actions
• Interface with cross-sector (public, private, and government) entities and leaders around city and county-level policy and programming work
• Develop and implement efficiencies in programming and processes to improve existing and new services and initiatives

Time commitment is flexible, upwards to 20 hours per week. This position is unpaid.


• Currently pursuing a degree in social work, business management, nonprofit administration, communication, or a related field
• Proficiency in MS Word, Excel and Outlook
• Proficiency in common social media platforms
• Interested in learning about community development
• Strong attention to detail
• Very task-oriented
• Self-starter

Please email Bob Hand at if interested in this opportunity. 


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