116 West California Avenue, Glendale, California, 91203

Status

Open

Description

The Fundraising Intern will assist in managing multiple projects and efforts to support the organization's mission through effective communication, research, stewardship, volunteer coordination support, promotional materials, and special events. The intern will gain an understanding of the relationship between development, programming, outreach, and marketing. While the schedule can be flexible, the intern should plan on working between 25-30 a week from June through September.   

Qualifications

The Fundraising Intern should have excellent communication skills, both oral and written; good organizational and project management skills; approach each situation with positive and constructive energy, and demonstrate the ability to collaborate, cooperate, and work well with others. Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Google Drive, PowerPoint, and Dropbox are required, and knowledge of social media and web applications (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, WordPress, etc.) as well as Photoshop are a plus. Marketing and communication skills will be beneficial as it relates to reaching out to businesses, organizations, volunteers, and other supporters. The ideal candidate will also have a strong sense of professionalism and willingness to work with others, the ability to take initiative, and an interest in community arts and the importance of culture to our society. 

Background

Glendale Arts is the nonprofit arts organization that manages the Alex Theatre in downtown Glendale. In addition to managing the Theatre, Glendale Arts produces impactful programs that benefit the entire community and create public access to art and culture. 

How to Apply

To apply, please e-mail cover letter and resume to Nina Crowe, Managing Director at ncrowe@glendalearts.org. In the subject line, please include “LACDAC Summer Internship.”