Internship Program Logistics Intern

Saint Paul, MN 55102
United States

Industry
Charitable / Not for Profit
Listing Start Date
3/10/2020
Listing End Date
3/31/2020
Application Closing Date
3/31/2020
Manages Others
No
Security Clearance Required
Yes Background Check required
Employment Type
Intern - not paid
Work Schedule
Temporary
Travel
No Travel

Description
Current undergraduate and graduate students as well as recent graduates can apply up to one year after graduation.
 

The Intern assists with the coordination of the MNHS Internship Program; including recruitment, community outreach, event planning, and program development. The Intern also participates directly in the hiring process. This position will offer opportunities to assist with community career fairs and other community events as needed and desired.


Ideal degrees: Human Resources, business, volunteer management, non-profit management, communications, history, or other related degrees.


Student Qualifications:

  • Ability to work well independently and in a team setting

  • Detail-oriented

  • Comfortable speaking over the phone

  • Excellent communication skills

  • Proactively motivated to develop new projects

  • Ability to think outside of the box

  • Interest in and/or experience with Inclusion-focused work

  • Experience with Microsoft Suite & Google Suite


Student Responsibilities:


Community Outreach

  • Assist with recruitment/community outreach which may include on-line research and/or attendance at career fairs or other community events

  • Post next semester’s Internship positions on college recruitment websites and other job boards

  • Participate with the Intern hiring process, including the screening and interviewing process

  • Create an Intern Highlights booklet containing information on interns in the current semester

Administrative Support

  • Aid in evaluation and growth of internship programming

  • Assist with administrative duties such as scanning, database management, and seminar logistics

  • Manage intern communications and program administration as needed to support supervisor

  • Present a career development activity or a topic for other Interns at the conclusion of the internship


Knowledge intern is expected to gain:

  • Experience in recruitment, outreach, and communication as an organizational representative

  • Further development of your project management skills through the planning and implementation of the Internship Program programming

  • Improved personal and professional communication skills

  • Understanding of the Human Resources and Volunteer Management fields through the lens of the Internship Program, from recruitment to hiring to programmatic support

  • Increased knowledge of networking strategies


How to apply: Send a cover letter, resume, PDF copy of school transcripts, and any required additional materials to internships@mnhs.org. Applications are open March 1-31, 2020.