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SCOPE OF WORK:
The Campaign Intern will support the Campaign Manager in a variety of tasks, primarily focused on Coalition building, outreach and related administrative tasks. The position is a fantastic opportunity for graduate students interested in learning about and building skills in human rights advocacy, advancing gender equality, and issues related to statelessness. The position is for 16 hours/week, though hours are flexible depending on intern availability and Campaign needs. This unpaid internship includes a small monthly stipend to cover transportation and minor expenses.
The Development Coordinator (DC) will play a key role in the Women’s Refugee Commission’s fundraising operations ($7.1 million annual budget) as a member of a three-person team. Under the supervision of the Senior Development Officer, the DC’s responsibilities are primarily operational and provide essential infrastructure support including database management; prospect research; processing gifts; and assisting with donor cultivation and events.
The Human Resources Manager will be responsible for the full scope of the human resources function at the Women's Refugee Commission, including, but not limited to Compensation, Benefits, Talent Management and Acquisition, and Employee Relations. The Human Resources Manager position offers the chance to work with a dynamic and committed group of humanitarian professionals in a stimulating and innovative environment.
This internship is best suited to students of public health with the desire to obtain experience in a professional advocacy organization. It will provide the opportunity to work closely on sexual and reproductive health advocacy issues, attend internal organizational presentations as well as external meetings and contribute to the daily work of the SRH Program. The SRH Program makes every attempt to respond to the interests and educational goals of the intern.