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Intern, Nonprofit Sales and Marketing

Washington, DC

Company Description

Network for Good envisions a world where generosity is unleashed, with compelling opportunities to give back at every person’s fingertips. To achieve this vision, Network for Good empowers nonprofits and partners with the platform and know-how to scale generosity and advance good causes. In just 11 years, Network for Good has helped more than 80,000 nonprofits and distributed over $800 million in donations.

Job Description

The Nonprofit Sales Intern will be responsible for providing the Nonprofit Sales Team with a steady flow of appointments with potential customers while also carrying out some light administrative tasks. You will be learning from a small but talented team with a track record of helping nonprofits raise money online to advance their missions.

WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?

Real world experience – This is an excellent opportunity to further your career in sales while unleashing more generosity in the world. Learn about online fundraising and technology for nonprofits.

“Do Good, Feel Good” high – We’ve helped over 100,000 nonprofits further their missions and raise over $800 million.

Awesome culture – We have a casual, collaborative and exciting work environment that’s mission driven and focused on achieving results.

Qualifications

  • Undergraduate student,  recent graduate or equivalent experience
  • Possess outstanding organizational and communication skills (written & verbal)
  • Ability to think on your feet and learn quickly a must
  • Proficient with MS Office applications

 

This is a 3 month paid internship. This opportunity is located in our headquarters in Washington DC and will be a part time internship (15-20 hours per week).

Additional Information

To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter. In your cover letter, please describe how you would get our tools and services in the hands of as many nonprofits as possible, and also how you would help drive the revenue goals of our organization.

Candidates submitting an application must have legal authorization to work in the United States.