Community Engagement Intern-UNPAID

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Community Engagement Intern Spring and Summer 2022

UNPAID

This internship is for anyone interested in pursuing a career in the nonprofit sector. The successful candidate will demonstrate a keen interest in nonprofits, as well as interest in a field of study related to the position. There are opportunities for community engagement, networking, promote awareness and advocacy with a local campaign for grade level reading. The internship will require virtual and in-person activities around the Greater Lehigh Valley.  It is only appropriate for an intern who is within a reasonable commute of the Greater Lehigh Valley area. This internship requires a commitment of approximately 10-15 hours per week and be able to work a flexible schedule that may include occasional evening or weekend events for the Spring semester. 

Detailed projects and learning experiences

·       ·Have flexible availability during the day that may include occasional evening or weekend events

·       Prepare materials to be distributed for LV Reads partnerships and events (must have own transportation and be able to lift things up to 25lbs.)

·       ·Attend meetings and events on behalf of Lehigh Valley Reads

·       ·Maintain data collection for mascot requests, events calendar, legislative tracker, and materials needed and distributed

·       ·General administrative duties as needed

General Internship Information

·       Internships at UWGLV are available in most of our business areas year round.  We are highly flexible with start and end dates for internships.

·       Open to individuals of any age over 14, in a formal educational program or not, who demonstrate they are developing new professional skills and would benefit from the opportunity to work and learn in our organization.

·       Will work on projects that go beyond that which the organization expected to accomplish with regular employees and which are not core to the achievement of the organization’s mission.

·       An intern is expected to get as much from the work experience at UWGLV as UWGLV gets from the intern.  The supervisor of an intern anticipates a “break-even” exchange of time invested in mentoring the intern versus work product contributed to the organization.

·       It is not the purpose or intention of this program to allow prospective employees to “work for free” to demonstrate their skill set or prove their suitability for employment. Candidates applying for stipend internships for this purpose will not be accepted.

·       Not financially compensated for their time or work.

·       May serve as an intern for no more than 1 year or no more than 950 hours.    

DIVERSITY STATEMENT
We believe that diversity of thought as well as cultural diversity of staff and volunteers strengthens United Way of Greater Lehigh Valley’s ability to achieve its mission, vision, philosophy and values. United Way is committed to having a workforce and volunteer teams that reflect and celebrate the diversity of our community in all respects.  Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals to perform the essential functions. United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley is an equal opportunity employer. 

United Way of the Greater LV is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled

To apply:

Questions: Jennifer Nicolosi, Asst. Director, AmeriCorps Programs, United Way of the Greater Lehigh Valley, 610-807-5741 or jennifern@unitedwayglv.org   

 

United Way of the Greater LV is an EEO employer - M/F/Vets/Disabled
 
 
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