Victory Crew Summer Intern
Are you looking for an exciting summer internship? The Davis Phinney Foundation is a non-profit organization in Boulder, CO that provides programs, tools, and information to help people with Parkinson’s disease to live well today. The Davis Phinney Foundation’s Victory Crew program is designed to support all grassroots fundraising efforts.
As the Victory Crew Intern, you will have an opportunity to gain real world experience at an exciting time! Between partnerships with the USA Pro Cycling Challenge and fundraiser events local and national, this summer will be eventful and adventurous! This unpaid internship provides a unique opportunity to come away with an array of resume building experience including event coordination, fundraiser cultivation, and marketing skills in addition to the ins and outs of a non profit organization. A commitment of 15 hours a week and some weekends will be required.
About the Position
This summer internship position is for 15 hours a week in the Foundation offices downtown Boulder.
- Manage Victory Crew’s social media platforms, among other marketing assignments
- Develop and cultivate relationships with fundraisers and provide resources
- Research and develop off season fundraising and sponsorship leads and ideas
- Support the event planning and logistical efforts of the Victory Crew Program Manager in a variety of fundraising events
- Social media savvy
- Recent grad or currently enrolled student
- Demonstrated past leadership and achievement
- Strong critical thinking skills and interpersonal skills
- Excellent verbal and written skills
- Fundraising and event planning experience preferred
- An interest in cycling, non profits, and event planning preferred
If you are the qualified candidate we are looking for, please send a one page resume and letter of intent to email@example.com with the subject “Victory Crew Intern.” Your letter of intent should answer the following questions: Why are you interested in the Victory Crew Internship? What do you hope to accomplish? How will you determine your success as an intern?