Susan G. Komen

Denver Fundraising Event Intern (Remote)

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  • Job Description

      Req#: 507016
      For full consideration your degree program at your University must require an Internship as part of completion for graduation. You must also be prepared to complete a minimum of 120 hours for the semester.

      ABOUT US!

      Susan G. Komen is the only organization that addresses breast cancer on multiple fronts including research, community health & public policy initiatives to make the biggest impact against this disease. We are looking for students interested in a fall internship for our Community Development team. Students will have direct supervision from their intern supervisor within the area they are assigned to.

      We are actively recruiting an Intern for our Fall 2024 semester for our Fundraising and Business Development team. Ideally we would love someone interested in Social Services, Volunteer Management, Nonprofit Leadership or Hospitality & Event Planning.

      Perks Of The Program Include

      • A structured and supervised remote learning environment
      • Explore the nonprofit industry
      • Build your resume with hands-on projects
      • Gain networking opportunities
      • Collaborate with SME's in your area of interest
      • Earn college credit
      • Join our Intern Alumni Association upon completion of the program
      • Receive a employment reference

      Students must meet the following requirements to be eligible for the program:

      • Authorized to perform duties in the U.S
      • Your degree program must require an Internship for graduation
      • Actively enrolled in a 4 year or graduate degree program and must be enrolled in a class to receive academic credit
      • Minimum G.P.A of 3.0
      • Have reliable internet access since this Internship is 100% remote
      • Acknowledge this is an unpaid internship
      • Internship availability from August to November, during Komen’s hours of operation (Monday – Friday from 7am – 6pm CDT)
      • Available with at minimum 2 four hour blocks of time OR 3 three hour blocks of time during the business week

      Komen's internship program provides students with hands-on nonprofit experience in a remote work environment along with academic education and professional job preparation. Students may have the opportunity to explore different departments during the Internship: Human Resources, Legal, Finance, IT, Patient Services, Community Health, Government Affairs, Mission Operations, Scientific Programs & Data, Major Gifts, Corporate Partnerships, Communications, Marketing, Community Engagement, Community Development, Development Strategy and Operations, etc. We appreciate the value and work interns bring and hope to provide them with professional and personal development in return!

  • About the company

      Susan G. Komen, formerly known as Susan G.