Give Back Job Round Up: Junior League of Raleigh Director of Development
Junior League of Raleigh: Development Director
The Junior League of Raleigh is searching for a superstar, and you or someone you know may be just the person they are looking for! The Junior League of Raleigh (JLR) is a community-driven, mission-focused organization with a commitment to promoting voluntarism, developing leaders and improving the community.
The Development Director plays the lead role in JLR's fundraising efforts. This professional position requires a candidate with vision, integrity and the ability to motivate the League’s volunteer force of over 1,800 women for the success of the organization. This person must be a strategic thinker who develops and implements the League’s immediate and long-term fundraising plan. The Development Director at the JLR also serves as the primary fundraising spokesperson in Raleigh. While the fundraising and communications goals and programs at the JLR remain relatively constant, the volunteer leadership (President and Council) changes each year. Therefore, the Development Director must be flexible and responsive in working with different leaders on an annual basis.
Applications due March, 2, 2012. Click here for more information.
Triangle Community Foundation: Shannon St. John Fellowship
Triangle Community Foundation is seeking a Fellow to work 40 hours per week for 10 weeks from May to August 2012. The Shannon St. John Fellowship will provide valuable experience for a student with a demonstrated interest in the public sector in North Carolina. This year the Fellow will work closely with the philanthropic services team to support donor engagement and community programs. The Fellow will benefit from the staff’s extensive knowledge of community needs, donor services, and local nonprofit organizations. Duties include assisting with research, community grants, data entry, online and print materials, and general
office support. The Fellow will have the opportunity to present project results in written or oral reports and will be encouraged to participate in meetings, events, and other activities throughout the summer. This is a great opportunity to gain experience in a dynamic, entrepreneurial environment.
Eligible applicants are currently enrolled in an accredited undergraduate or graduate degree program. Preference will be given to candidates studying public administration, public policy, nonprofit management, business administration, or a related field and to candidates with 1‐3 years of experience working in the public sector as an employee or board member. The Fellowship will require a commitment of 40 hours per week during business hours for 10 weeks between May 2012 and August 2012, and the total stipend will be $5,000. Click HERE for a complete description and list of qualifications.
To apply for this internship: email a cover letter and resume with “Shannon St. John Fellowship” in the subject line to Gabrielle Harris at Gabrielle@trianglecf.org by February 27, 2012. No calls please. TCF is committed to diversity and encourages people of all ethnic, cultural, economic, and sexual orientations to apply.