Program Assistant Intern
MassINC is seeking a Program Assistant intern to work with the Chief Operating Officer, and our programmatic staff to assist in all areas of the organization with special projects as assigned. The intern will also support the organizations individual, corporate and foundation development efforts.
Assigned projects will be very diverse and require a broad range of skills, including research, writing, organizing and planning. Projects may include: preparing for staffing events, coordinating /completing outreach for various initiatives and forums, tracking and managing our growing donors, while researching for new donor prospects, and assisting with a myriad of general clerical and administrative office tasks.
This part-time (15 hrs. a week) internship position offers the opportunity to build your resume with real responsibility in a unique work environment. The right candidate will view this as an opportunity to learn, grow and gain exposure to Massachusetts’ businesses, nonprofit and civic leaders while working as part of a team in all areas of a small non-profit.
College credit is available.
- Must be able to manage multiple projects simultaneously and work independently;
- Must be able to work cohesively with a small team in an office setting;
- Proven track record of taking initiative on multi-step projects and ability to work under pressure in a fast-paced and environment;
- Have strong organizational skills, be a self-starter, adaptable, reliable and motivated.
Excellent computer skills, especially with MS Office programs.
This is a part-time internship in our Beacon Hill office.
How to apply
Interested and qualified applicants should send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org and cc email@example.com. Applications must include a cover letter in order to be considered. Please include “Application for Program Assistant Internship, MassINC” in the subject line of the e-mail.
MassINC seeks interns to assist with its Transformative Transit-Oriented Development (TTOD) initiative. Undergraduates and graduate students will work with our TTOD fellow and research director on projects that involve multiple policy areas, including transportation, housing, land use, economic development, and community development. Students working on theses, capstone projects, or policy exercises related to these policy areas are especially encouraged.
Candidates should have a strong interest in pursuing a career in public policy and some familiarity with MassINC and its TTOD initiative. Skills with GIS, statistical analysis, and writing are beneficial, but not required. We ask for a commitment of at least 12 hours per week.
TTOD interns are selected on a rolling basis. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Research Intern - Winter 2019
MassINC’s seeks interns to assist with a variety of research projects. Undergraduates and graduate students may apply. Applications from students working on theses or policy exercises related to MassINC’s most recent research are especially encouraged.
Candidates should have a strong interest in pursuing a career in public policy and some familiarity with MassINC’s core issues. We ask for a commitment of at least 12 hours per week.
Winter interns are selected on a rolling basis. To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to email@example.com.