Development Internship (CCAI Spring 2018)
Company: Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute
Posted on: June 25, 2022
A key component to the success of any non-profit organization is
its people. As such, it's no surprise that interns are essential to
the success of the Congressional Coalition on Adoption Institute
(CCAI), a leader in adoption and foster care policy on Capitol Hill
and across the nation.
Come intern with an organization that makes a national impact and
learn about policy and Capitol Hill. Our interns have the
opportunity to work with CCAI staff on projects that directly
affect the impact of our organization. Whether planning events,
fundraising, communicating through social media, engaging Capitol
Hill staff and researching legislation and policy, our interns
leave CCAI knowing they were able to make a difference in promoting
CCAI's mission of children in families.
- Development interns work on donor development and outreach,
fundraising, and research as well as support the Director of
Development with special events.
- They may also assist in social media communication.
- Recommended Majors: Event Planning, Communications, Business
- Prospective candidates should be college juniors or seniors,
recent college graduates, or graduate/law students who share an
interest in the CCAI's goals and objectives.
- Ideal candidates have a passion for children's issues and policy;
excellent academic standing; excellent writing, researching,
editing, and analytical skills; and the capability of handling
multiple tasks successfully in a fast-paced professional
- Ideal interns would possess the professionalism necessary to
engage people from all walks of life, have a thirst for knowledge,
be self-motivated, and have a passion for fighting for vulnerable
children around the world in need of loving families.
- A sense of humor is essential.
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