Program and Development Intern
The HIV League is looking for an intern to closely work with the Founder / Executive Director on the following projects...
The implementation of the 2020 HIV League Scholarship application
Communicating with the 2018 and 2019 HIV League Scholars to ensure they are submitting the necessary materials to receive their scholarship funds
Assisting with the management of our two main fundraising events; the "Daddies, Kinksters, & Bears, Oh My!" Happy Hour Raffle at The Eagle NYC along with our World AIDS Day Drag Gala "The League of Queens"
Assisting with the management of grants and other development tasks
Managing The HIV League social media handles (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram)
This list is not limited! We are very open to hearing new ideas and exploring new avenues of where the organization can go into
Passionate about higher education and/or HIV/AIDS-related issues
A self-starter who excels at working one-on-one and in group settings
Experienced in donor relations, grant writing, and other non-profit development tasks
Skilled in Microsoft programs (specifically Word and Excel)
Flexible, empathetic, and have a gritty work ethic
Able to communicate effectively in person, over the phone, and through email
Someone who wants to learn firsthand how to form and run a nonprofit organization
This is an unpaid internship that can be used for academic credit. Thursday availability is a must! The approximate start date is September 12th, 2019 and the approximate end date is December 12th, 2019.
To apply, please email your resume and cover letter to Daniel Szymczyk, the Founder and Executive Director of The HIV League at email@example.com.
The HIV League is a certified 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to empower the HIV community through scholarship, wellness, and education.
We do this by implementing the HIV League Scholarship, the only national scholarship specifically for students living with HIV where we seek to identify and award scholarships to the most promising students living with HIV as evidenced by their educational accomplishments, leadership, and service.
To date, we have fourteen HIV League Scholars who have or will receive $87,000. We are on track to serve even more members of the HIV community for the 2020 HIV League Scholarship.