Non Profit Grant Writing / Fundraising Management Trainee

Company Name:
Citizens for Affordable Legal Aid
Non Profit Grant Writing / Fundraising Management Trainee Opportunity for Work Exchange
Duties and responsibilities are:
Fundraising Manager Trainee works under the direct supervision of Director of Fundraising, and duties and responsibilities include the following:
Participate in online group training sessions relating to Sales, Marketing, Grant Writing, Online & Offline Fundraising, Crowd Funding and Management techniques that team members will utilize within their assigned projects to generate maximum results.
Research, create, and implement Fundraising campaigns utilizing events, social media marketing, articles, social indexing, viral videos, and other online marketing strategies.
Complete daily action items and task as assigned by Marketing Director using automated tools like Hootsuite, Google Drive, SalesForce & view info.
Participating in and contributing to group meetings geared towards developing, testing, and implementing new fundraising & grant writing campaigns.
4 Hours Per Day, 20 Hours Per Week - Monday - Friday 9:00AM - 1:15PM or Monday - Friday 1:30PM - 5:45PM
Management Trainee Duration: 90 Days (65 Working Days)
Group training meetings and exercises are conducted in 4 hour time blocks. You will need to have 4 hours per day, Monday thru Friday available for team meetings, web marketing training, and project exercises. No exceptions. All Job Sites Are Located On Bus Routes.
Previous Relevant Experience
Back Ground Screening
Academic eligibility
The Non Profit Grant Writing / Fundraising Management Trainee program is offered to graduates or students currently in the final year of Associates of Arts or Bachelor's degree in any of the following fields: Non-Profit Organization, Management, Entrepreneurship, Computer Science, and Business & Marketing, Sales, Communications, Journalism, English / Writing, and Psychology.
Previous Relevant Work Experience Required
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