by Jaime Rodriguez, RDPFS Intern
Finding employment can be difficult during a pandemic, especially if you don’t have much real-world work experience. If this sounds familiar, you may want to consider applying for a remote internship to gain confidence and to develop the valuable skills needed for you to excel in the workplace, from the comfort and privacy of your own home. If this interests you, here are three hot, remote internship positions available this year:
The Marcus Harris Foundation seeks four “Fundraising Assistant” interns. The internships are offered through Neighborhood Express, which provides free, healthy groceries, essential supplies, and social work supports for people living in food-insecure neighborhoods. Interns are expected to work five to ten hours per week coordinating and executing fundraising efforts for the program. Duties include communication with potential donors, incentivizing donations, networking, and advertising. The internship is paid and fully remote. It can begin as early as February 14, 2022 and lasts for 13 weeks. The positions have the possibility of converting to full-time positions upon completion. For more information about the Marcus Harris Foundation, check out their website. And to apply for the “Fundraising Assistant” internship, go to Chegg Internships: Internships.Com.
Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce (GVCCC) plans to bring on an intern as “Membership Coordinator.” Interns are expected to work 16 to 20 hours per week, between 10 am and 6 pm. Duties include providing customer service, recruiting new members, sending out surveys, and assisting with raw data collection. This internship offers a $500 stipend, is fully remote, and takes place during the Spring. The start and duration of the position are at the discretion of GVCCC. For more information about the Greenwich Village Chelsea Chamber of Commerce, check out their website. And to apply for the “Membership Coordinator” internship, click on this link to Indeed.Com.
We Logo It! has an opening for an “Administrative Assistant” intern, who would be expected to answer and direct phone calls, organize and schedule appointments, write and distribute emails and memos, and develop and maintain a filing system. The internship start date is flexible, can last up to two years, and pays $18 to $20 USD per hour. For more information about We Logo It!, check out their website. And to apply for the “Administrative Assistant” internship, click this link to Chegg Internships: Internships.Com.
For more internship opportunities, see future issues of the Reader’s Digest Partners for Sight Foundation Resources for Partners Bulletin. Good luck and happy hunting!