The Justice Arts Coalition (JAC) is seeking remote and local (DC area) Interns to assist in all areas of operations, including website maintenance and development, email, social media, and fundraising, as well as in organizing, advertising, and facilitating events. This posting is for applicants interested in our Development team.
These are part or full time internships requiring a commitment of either 20 or 40 hours per week and a relatively flexible schedule to accommodate evening meetings and events. Part time interns will receive a stipend of $1000 for the term, and full time interns will receive $2000.
The ideal candidates will have a deep commitment to JAC’s mission, vision, and values, and should be organized, with strong attention to detail, possess excellent computer skills (including competency using WordPress, Zoom, Google Drive, ActionNetwork, and all social media platforms) and be able to work independently and complete projects quickly without sacrificing quality and accuracy.
- Assisting with online fundraising campaigns and grant writing
- Supporting the efforts of the Board of Directors Fundraising Committee, attending committee meetings and recording minutes
- Write copy for letters to donors and potential funders
- Update donor management system and fundraising documents in Google Drive
- Conduct online research and prepare reports for internal use
- Assist with social media and promotion related to fundraising
- Help draft funding proposals
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other protected group. Individuals who have been directly impacted by the carceral system are encouraged to apply.
To apply for an internship with JAC, please send your resume, a cover letter clearly describing your skills as they relate to this role and the reasons for your interest in this position, and two professional or academic references. Please note the number of hours you are available to work (20 or 40 per week). Start/end dates are flexible.