Tuesday, January 31, 2012

Internship with the National Campus Leadership Council

The National Campus Leadership Council, a non-profit organization devoted to engaging student leaders in a national dialogue about campus-related policy issues, is looking for interns for the Spring 2012 semester to assist with our recruitment, grant writing, and media activities. If you want to advance your communication and research skills, and have a strong commitment to advancing youth leadership then this is the perfect internship for you! While this is is an unpaid position, you will be given the opportunity to attend events with White House officials as well as NCLC’s first-annual summit at the White House.

Time required: 10 - 20 hours / week
Start date: February 13th
Responsibilities: The interns will be responsible for assisting with our recruitment efforts by engaging with student body leaders across the nation via phone and email. Interns will also be asked to assist with researching grants, producing reports, monitoring related media.
Required Skills: Excellent interpersonal and communication skills; demonstrated proficiency in online research; grant writing experience preferred but not required; proficient at using a spreadsheet (Excel or Numbers) and word processing (Word or Pages)
If you are interested in this position, please send an email to Molly Barg-Walkow (molly@nationalcampusleaders.org) with resume and cover letter describing your (a) interest in this internship, including specific roles you would like to take on (b) relevant experience and (c) availability. Application Deadline: Wednesday February 8th

The National Campus Leadership Council is a non-profit organization, which empowers student leaders to engage in a national dialogue by facilitating communication among students and developing connections with national policy makers. NCLC is a network of hundreds of student body presidents at colleges and universities, representing millions of students across the country. It serves as a sounding board for federal policy and a springboard for national student initiatives. NCLC works with the White House’s Office of Public Engagement to ensure that high-level policymakers hear the voices of students.

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