An internship at the Financial Literacy Community Project provides a hands-on experience in non-profit organization management. As an intern, you will have the opportunity to gain real and marketable skills in marketing, public relations, fundraising, finance, education, operations, and technology management, all while getting involved with a cause that you believe in. By working closely with the executive team, you will be an intimate part of FLCP’s start-up culture, as if you were here in Philadelphia with us.
FLCP is currently looking for interns in the following roles:
- Marketing Internship: Marketing interns gain hands-on experience in public relations. They help our marketing team create multimedia and promotional materials, manage our social media, blog news and financial literacy tips, contact national media, and design new campaigns.
- Development Internship: Development interns learn about the finance and operations side of non-profit management. They help our development team write grants, fundraise, enter competitions, and engage with potential community partners.
- Education Internship: Education interns make a real impact on the future of financial literacy education. They work directly on our financial literacy open-source learning curriculum by helping our education team create fun, and youth-engaging content (lesson plans, blog posts, videos, songs, podcasts, etc.).
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis, and should be sent to Whitney Sun at email@example.com. The internship has a minimum duration of three weeks. Participants are expected to contribute at least 10 hours per week.
The internship is an unpaid, volunteer-based position designed to increase the Financial Literacy Community Project’s impact and provide the intern with an in-depth, first-hand experience of operating a non-profit organization.
For additional details and description of responsibilities, please download our Internship Program Overview.
- Complete our Internship Application.
- Submit the application, along with your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- A FLCP team member will contact you for a short interview to discuss your interests and project preferences.
- If the interview was successful, you will be assigned a mentor within the FLCP executive team, and get started.
FLCP encourages everyone who is interested to apply. At our start-up organization, there is always room for advancement for star performers with dedication and an entrepreneurial spirit.