- Collective Impact
- Capital Innovation
- Public Sector Innovation
- Open Sourcing Social Change (Communications)
- Learning and Evaluation
- Equity and Inclusion
- Talent and Human Resources
- Administration and Operations
- Research policies and community development practices nationwide that improve outcomes for low-income communities, especially people of color
- Create graphics, powerpoints and other visuals for internal and external spread of organizational knowledge.
- Execute written products including meeting minutes, press releases, blog posts, research papers, spreadsheets with data captures, biographies, etc.
- Support communication and social media strategies on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn.
- Provide administrative support to staff to assist with travel, scheduling, expense reports, and event planning.
- Passionate about dramatically improving the lives of low-income people in US cities, particularly people of color
- Detail oriented, delivers quality work on a consistent basis
- A demonstrated interest in urban affairs, municipal innovation, data analysis, collective impact, and addressing income inequality
- Ability to take initiative and work independently, and in a team
- Excellent writing, researching, editing, and analytical skills
- Self-starter who exhibits a positive and hard-working attitude
- An open mind and willingness to engage with those who share different opinions and beliefs
- Rising juniors, seniors, and graduate students preferred
- Proficient in Microsoft Office (Outlook, Word, Excel, and Power Point), Adobe Acrobat, and Customer Relationship Management databases (i.e. Salesforce)
- Intermediate or Advanced Microsoft Excel skills
Location: New York, NY or Washington, DC
Submit a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject “Summer Intern 2017.” Cover Letter should address: Preferred office location - New York or Washington, DC, and describe your interests and experience in any of our programmatic areas. Apply by March 23!