Development Interns

WHO: Carnegie Hall

SEEKING: Carnegie Hall seeks interns for winter/spring 2012 to assist the development department with daily operations. 

RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist the development department with daily operations including drafting correspondence, prospect research, administrative tasks, and full involvement in and exposure to fundraising at major performing arts institution, with tasks specific to area of focus: Special Events, Individual Giving, Government and Corporate Sponsorship. Activities include: Assist with data management. This includes web-based and telephone research of to identify and update contact information; maintaining the prospect management system for focus area; and other miscellaneous tasks Assist with special event planning and implementation. Administrative office duties such mailing, faxing, filing, etc. Assist in grant writing and program development as needed Assist in prospect research and cultivation Assist with general Departmental projects as needed including Phone duty.

REQUIREMENTS: Candidates considering a career in fundraising and/or arts administration are encouraged to apply. Must be able to commit to twenty hours per week. Applicants must have strong writing skills, computer literacy in Microsoft Word and Excel, and excellent communication and organization skills. 

WHEN: 1/3/2012 to 6/1/2012

PAY: N/A, meal and transportation stipend if offered. 

HOW TO APPLY: Email resume and cover letter to:

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