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Summer 2024 Grants Management Intern - Atlanta

🚀 Summer Internship

Atlanta

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  • Seeking a graduate or undergraduate student in related fields, proficient in research and organization, with strong writing and communication skills, ability to collaborate, knowledge of Microsoft Office, English fluency, for a hybrid position reporting to the Grants Coordinator at International Rescue Committee in Atlanta.
  • The Summer 2024 Grants Management Intern in Atlanta will work closely with the Senior Development Management and Grants Coordinator to research donor prospects, update grants calendar, draft grant proposals, attend webinars, and provide support on identified projects while gaining valuable experience in grant management and proposal development within the non-profit sector.

Summer Internship

People, HR & AdministrationAtlanta

Description

  • This internship is an excellent opportunity for a current graduate/undergraduate student to gain exposure to the operations of a large international organization while practicing and applying Grant Management methods to maximize the reach of IRC programming in Atlanta GA. This position requires a minimum commitment of 15 hours a week for at least 2 months.    

Requirements

  • Currently enrolled graduate student or undergraduate student in a related field of International Relations/Development, Social Work, Global Human resources, Learning and Development; Non-Profit Management, International Business, or other relevant fields.
  • Comfort with research, organizing content, and liaising with staff.
  • Strong writing skills.
  • Excellent organizational skills, strong communication and interpersonal skills, and ability to collaborate.
  • Ability to use basic functions of Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office programs
  • English fluency is required.
  • The is a hybrid position.
  • This position will report to the Grants Coordinator.

Education requirements

Currently Studying
Undergraduate

Area of Responsibilities

People, HR & Administration

Responsibilities

  • Work closely with the Senior Development Management and Grants Coordinator to review IRC Atlanta’s donor prospecting strategy.
  • Grow a database for opportunities identified and conduct ongoing research related to the pre-award grant opportunities.
  • Update grants calendar regularly.
  • Attend grants webinars and information sessions.
  • Draft grant proposal for Grants Coordinator review.
  • Provide support as needed in other areas of identified projects.
  • Submit intern hours on volunteer dashboard.
  • LEARNING OBJECTIVES:
  • Student will gain experience in grant management, which is a crucial skill to move up in the non-profit sector.
  • Students will learn more about the pre-award process for building a funding portfolio in a non-profit.
  • Student will learn the basics of proposal development and play a key role in ensuring proactive responses to business development needs.
  • Student will develop an in-depth understanding of IRC Resettlement, Asylum, & Integration programming.
  • Student will gain experience drafting and writing grants of aligned projects.

Details

Work type

Part time

Work mode

hybrid

Location

Atlanta