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Opportunities with NLC

Faculty Opportunities with New Leaders Council

Become an LE Facilitator
*Applications due September 9, 2016 at 10pm PST.

Apply to become a Digital Strategy Trainer
*Applications due September 9, 2016 at 10pm PST.

Know a great trainer for the NLC Family? Nominate them here! 
*Rolling nominations, give us your best people! 
 

Jobs with New Leaders Council

Thanks for your interest in joining the NLC team! At this time, there are no postings. 

 

Internships with New Leaders Council

All internships will be based in the Washington D.C. offices, however Digital Media Interns have the option to telecommute via online platforms. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. 

NLC Digital Media Intern

New Leaders Council is seeking a Digital Media Intern to assist the National Communications Director in building NLC’s digital footprint through community management and social media. NLC Interns should be available for 14-18 hours a week. This is an unpaid internship, however local travel assistance is available. Graduating seniors and students receiving educational credit are strongly encouraged to apply.

Who We’re Looking For

A Digital Media Intern must be an innovative, rising star servant-leader who is passionate about civic engagement, a love for digital media, and has a strong familiarity with politics and government. Basic knowledge of HTML is required. Programming experience and understanding of online organizing are a big bonus.

New Leaders Council is young, energetic, and very diverse. It is a progressive organization dedicated to building next generation leaders across the country. NLC and its executive team is very focused, and we strive to make decisions quickly and execute with efficiency. We want interns who share these values and the hard-charging style. Our National Board Chairman Chris Kelly embodies these ideals as an entrepreneur, activist, and mentor.

Role and Responsibilities

The Digital Media Intern plays an important role by providing online administrative support to our national community.  Responsibilities will be divided between online community upkeep and social media.

In a typical day, a Digital Media Intern could find themselves doing any of the following:

  • Updating national and local website content;

  • Copy editing blog posts;

  • Continually update and correct database records;

  • Monitoring social media platforms;

  • Coordinate production and tracking weekly newsletters;

  • Trouble-shooting online community;

NLC uses NationBuilder, knowledge of these is greatly preferred but will train the right candidate. There is potential for graphic design assignments and exposure to online fundraising.

In order to apply, please email your resume, cover letter, and contact information for two references to NLC Communications Director, Dustin Robinson at drobinson@newleaderscouncil.org with Digital Media Intern in the subject line.

 

NLC Development Intern

New Leaders Council is seeking a Development Intern to assist the National Development Director in building NLC’s fundraising capacity through research and donor relations. NLC Interns should be available for 14-18 hours a week. This is an unpaid internship, however local travel assistance is available. Graduating seniors and students receiving educational credit are strongly encouraged to apply.

Who We’re Looking For

A Development Intern must be an innovative, rising star servant-leader who is passionate about civic engagement, possesses detail oriented research skills, and has a strong familiarity with politics and government.

New Leaders Council is young, energetic, and very diverse. It is a progressive organization dedicated to building next generation leaders across the country. NLC and its executive team is very focused, and we strive to make decisions quickly and execute with efficiency. We want interns who share these values and the hard-charging style. Our National Board Chairman Chris Kelly embodies these ideals as an entrepreneur, activist, and mentor.

Role and Responsibilities

The Development Intern plays an important role by providing administrative support to the Development Office.  Responsibilities will be divided between the Development Interns to capitalize on their talents and develop their finance skills. Among these responsibilities, Development Interns will be particularly focused on chapter fundraising efforts and implementation of small donor identification, development, and tracking.

In a typical day, a Development Intern could find themselves doing any of the following:

  • Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence;

  • Maintain foundation, corporation and individual donor file;

  • Contact potential donor prospects

  • Coordinate travel for the Development operation

  • Continually update and correct database records;

  • Conduct state filing research to identify potential targets.

  • Coordinate production and mailing of spring and year-end appeal letters;

  • Track tax credit donations in the database and keep a file for each tax credit donor;

  • Send appropriate tax documentation to process credits to donors;

NLC uses NationBuilder, NGP databases and QuickBooks; knowledge of these is greatly preferred but will train the right candidate.

How To Apply

In order to apply, please email your resume, cover letter, and contact information for two references to NLC National Development Director, Matt Tompkins at resumes@newleaderscouncil.org with Development Intern in the subject line.

  

NLC Events & Program Intern

New Leaders Council is seeking an Events & Program Intern to assist the National Programs Director and team in promotion and execution NLC’s Institute and major events. NLC Interns should be available for 14-18 hours a week. This is an unpaid internship, however local travel assistance is available. Graduating seniors and students receiving educational credit are strongly encouraged to apply.

Who We’re Looking For

An Events & Program Intern must be an innovative, rising star servant-leader who is passionate about civic engagement, possesses a strong attention to detail, loves interacting with people from all over the country, and has a strong familiarity with politics and government. Previous experience in customer service and events is a big bonus.

New Leaders Council is young, energetic, and very diverse. It is a progressive organization dedicated to building next generation leaders across the country. NLC and its executive team is very focused, and we strive to make decisions quickly and execute with efficiency. We want interns who share these values and the hard-charging style. Our National Board Chairman Chris Kelly embodies these ideals as an entrepreneur, activist, and mentor.

Role and Responsibilities

The Events & Program Intern plays an important role by providing administrative, logistical, and constituent relations support to our national community.  Responsibilities will be divided between online community upkeep and logistical support.

In a typical day, an Events & Program Intern could find themselves doing any of the following:

  • Production and marketing of promotional materials;

  • Tracking online registration and troubleshooting issues;

  • Speaker/trainer development (identification and briefing materials);

  • Copy editing marketing materials;

  • Preparing event and program collateral;

NLC uses NationBuilder, knowledge of these is greatly preferred but will train the right candidate. There is potential for each Events & Program Intern to be a part of the Planning Committee for NLC’s National Leadership Retreat in July of 2016.

How To Apply

In order to apply, please email your resume, cover letter, and contact information for two references to NLC National Programs Director, Courtney Madden at resumes@newleaderscouncil.org with Events & Programs Intern in the subject line.

 

 
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New Leaders Council is a 501 (c) (3) public charity dedicated to educating a new generation of leaders and to providing those leaders with the tools they need to succeed. NLC does not engage in political or legislative activities of any kind, does not support or oppose any candidate for public office, and serves only as an educational leadership training ground.


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