College InternshipAdministrative Intern
Victory Women of Vision
October 1-December 20, 2019
Victory Women of Vision (VWV) is a nonprofit organization based in Manchester, NH whose mission is to empower and encourage women and their families living in New Hampshire and New England to thrive. VWV strengthens newly arrived immigrant and refugee families by assisting them with adapting to the new culture in which they find themselves. VWV offers mutual assistance, crisis intervention, support groups, and training programs that introduce resources and opportunities for individuals and families as they settle into their new communities. VWV was founded in 2003 as a faith-based organization and changed its structure in 2010 to secure 501(c)(3) status to bridge social and cultural gaps arising from differences between American and immigrant or refugee cultures.
The VWV Summer Intern will work with the Victory Women of Vision Founder & President and Advisory Board to implement a new program mentoring new refugee youth and to advance an ongoing program supporting elderly refugee and immigrant women. The Intern will contribute to information gathering, data analysis, developing a strategy for marketing and messaging using social media, and assisting with outreach to members of the immigrant and refugee community in greater Manchester.
The VWV Internship will benefit anyone interested in learning about and contributing to the following areas of expertise:
Community-based support for immigrants and refugees;
Nonprofit strategic planning (process and tools);
Information gathering and data analysis;
Communications/Messaging and marketing materials;
Leadership skill development; and
Fund development strategies.
The VWV Intern will carry out the following tasks that contribute to completion of a three-year strategic plan by the VWV President and Advisory Board in September 2017.
Assist with organization and information gathering for youth mentorship and elder program. This would involve helping organize case files, gathering information on needs and resources available to clients.
Assist with writing quarterly reports for grant agencies.
Assist with development of VWV messaging and marketing materials, including a brochure, project descriptions, and information for posting on social media.
Assist with setting up forms in Word and Excel that VWV will use to track information when assisting individuals and families with addressing issues and to track progress with fund development and management.
Develop a calendar that VWV can use to schedule and promote upcoming workshops and trainings.
Report to the Founder & President of VWV and the Advisory Board; receive guidance from case manager.
VWV seeks a retired executive, college student, recent college graduate, or high school graduate who is interested in nonprofit organizational development and/or communications to support this program. Immigrants and refugees are encouraged to apply. If an experienced professional is interested in volunteering for this position, we welcome your interest as well. The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following abilities:
High level of interpersonal and communication skills;
Strong writing skills;
Strong analytical skills;
Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint;
Skills using various social media platforms (preferred); and
Excellent time management skills.
The VWV Intern must commit to work 10 hours per week from October 1 to December 20, 2019, at the Victory Women of Vision office located at 25 Lowell Street, Suite 307, Manchester, NH 03101; phone (603) 623-8968; email: VictoryWomen12@gmail.com.
PLEASE SUBMIT A RESUME AND COVER LETTER BY September 23, 2019 TO:
Mary Georges or Aziza Ali
or mail to:
Victory Women of Vision
25 Lowell Street, Suite 301
Manchester, NH 03101
PHONE: (603) 623-8968
IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
How to ApplyPLEASE SUBMIT A RESUME AND COVER LETTER BY September 23, 2019 TO:Mary Georges or Aziza Ali email@example.com mail to: Victory Women of Vision 25 Lowell Street, Suite 301 Manchester, NH 03101 PHONE: (603) 623-8968IF YOU HAVE QUESTIONS, PLEASE EMAIL firstname.lastname@example.org
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