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The NSRWA is looking for an unpaid intern to help our development team with database management, community outreach, and events. Work with staff to develop content for our website, assist with outreach activities and provide support at events. The intern will work with NSRWA staff to on a variety of projects. Potential projects include:
• Database management: edit and clean the database to ensure effective reporting and ensure accuracy for mailings. of duplicate information and identifying and populating missing data
• Data Capturing: capture data from our website, email, and social media
• Website Content: develop content related to membership, events, and fundraising
• Outreach activities: assist with a variety of activities, including preparing mailings, entering data from events into the database
• Events: provide support prior to and at events, including compiling materials for distribution at programs and events and tabling at events
Required: Be willing to work independently, is detail oriented, and has experience in Excel and Word.
Helpful: Interest in environmental non-profits
Hours are flexible, but we are hoping for a 6-10 hours a week at our offices at 214 South Street in Norwell.
Contact: Samantha Woods, NSRWA Executive Director, 781-659-8168 or email@example.com.
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“My internship taught me that a huge part working in the environmental field is talking to people, making connections and educating the public….I couldn’t think of a better way of spending my summer this year. I am so thankful for getting these real-world experiences and gaining so much knowledge along the way.” ~ Kate McCarthy, NSRWA intern