Development Intern

About the Internship

The Center for Christian Civics, a 501(c)3 organization working to help the church navigate the public square, is looking for a Financial Development intern for the spring 2017 semester. The right candidate will be comfortable with and reliable in a flexible startup environment. It is important that the candidate be excited about our mission to encourage God’s people to be collaborative participants in the public square and empower local ministries to be communities where political opponents thrive in common Christian community.

While the Financial Development internship will include some basic administrative duties, the selected candidate will also devote substantial amounts of time to work in Financial Development and be responsible for a light course of reading and writing related to our area of practice.

The Development Intern will work closely with our Development Director to assist in all aspects of CCC’s fundraising efforts. They will gain experience in prospect research, donor correspondence and event planning. This person will also have the opportunity to draft donor communications and work with the Digital Media Intern on social media fundraising campaigns. We are looking for a self-starter with strong attention to detail. This person should be highly interpersonal and enjoy meeting new people. Any experience using SalesForce (or similar database) and planning events is a plus.

Time Commitment and Credit

Interns can expect to commit about fifteen hours a week to the internship. While a significant portion of that time can be committed remotely, we would prefer that interns be able to commit at least eight hours a week to joining us in-person if at all possible. School credit is available.

Application

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to info@christiancivics.org with either “Development Intern” in the subject line.

We’ll reach out to you by email to schedule an interview either by phone or in-person.

Digital Media Intern

About the Internship

The Center for Christian Civics, a 501(c)3 organization working to help the church navigate the public square, is looking for a Digital Media intern for the spring 2017 semester. The right candidate will be comfortable with and reliable in a flexible startup environment. It is important that the candidate be excited about our mission to encourage God’s people to be collaborative participants in the public square and empower local ministries to be communities where political opponents thrive in common Christian community.

While the internship will include basic administrative duties, the selected candidate will also devote substantial amounts of time to work in Digital Media and be responsible for a light course of reading and writing related to our area of practice.

The Digital Media Intern will work with our Executive Director to craft and execute a digital media strategy that promotes Center for Christian Civics’ work and furthers our mission of helping Christians approach the public square with wisdom and nuance. Responsibilities will include managing social media schedules, generating content and website content management. Facility with breaking down and responding to social media analytics a big plus. There’s room to exercise and grow in blogging, photography/videography or graphic design for candidates interested in learning the basics or honing their craft. This person will also have the chance to coordinate with the Development Director and Intern on fundraising campaigns.

Time Commitment and Credit

Interns can expect to commit about fifteen hours a week to the internship. While a significant portion of that time can be committed remotely, we would prefer that interns be able to commit at least eight hours a week to joining us in-person if at all possible. School credit is available.

Application

Interested applicants should submit a cover letter and resume to info@christiancivics.org with “Digital Media Intern” in the subject line. If possible, applicants may include two to three work samples (along with project briefs, if applicable). (These can be writing samples, design, video, or campaign overviews.)

We’ll reach out to you by email to schedule an interview either by phone or in-person.