Internship Description: Seeking organized and motivated individuals to serve as Team Read 2018 interns for a local, thriving early literacy-based nonprofit. Strong time management and interpersonal skills are required. Our Team Read 2018 Internship Program is a nationally-recognized internship and is a great resume builder! If you are looking to gain valuable skills and do a ton of networking in the Charlotte business and nonprofit community and you love kids and books, this may be the internship for you!
Internship Objectives: 1. Promote Promising Pages via personal networks and social media sites 2. Organize pick-ups at local donation bin sites/organize book drives3. Process books in our warehouse and strengthen interpersonal skills through managing volunteers4. Attend Crisis Assistance Ministry and Bookworm Bootcamp5. Collect silent auction items and secure sponsors for our annual "Bookie Awards"6. Expand network by attending Promising Pages and other community events 7. Understand how to run a nonprofit/business and learn more about working within Title I schools
Please fill out the following form honestly and in detail. The online application will remain open through May 1, 2018, but please note -- those who apply early will have priority in interviewing as well as being selected for the available spots. Once we are full, we are full. Interviews will begin in April and all accepted interns will be notified no later than May 15. Mandatory training and orientation is currently scheduled for Monday, June 18. The summer portion of the program will run 8 full weeks ending on Friday, August 10.
Please send all resumes and cover letters to email@example.com. Feel free to visit our website for additional information: www.promisingpages.org.
Please note: It is advised to type out the free response answers ahead of time and then copy and paste into this form. If you have any questions, do not hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.