Identify Summer Internship
Non-Profit Learning & Experience
June 1-25, July 6-30, or June 1-July 30
The Identify Intern Experience is a month long (or two if desired and accepted), non-profit learning and training program in which interns have the opportunity to serve in specified areas of global mission development and support from the organization's home base outside of Atlanta, Georgia. Interns work together in a group environment, pairs, and individually under Identify leaders and mentors. Each intern is personally developed and will gain professional experience in a non-profit setting. This is an unpaid internship, yet offers benefits in many other ways.
We believe this program is a win-win for all involved. Through it, we hope to help those with big dreams of influencing the world understand what gives structure and substance to the fires and passions in our hearts. With training and small, hands-on projects, our interns will learn much in a short period of time. In addition, Identify will benefit from the energy, skills, and talents as our interns help our organization move forward and do good.
During the Intern Experience, interns will focus on one of several areas of learning and influence - Partnership Development, Fundraising/Events, Grant Writing, Multimedia Storytelling, Social Media Influence, or Communications. Identify experts and mentors will guide our interns through their designated areas. Interns do not need to have experience or education in their area, but must show a deep commitment to learning and a desire to know more about the field.
Along with professional guidance, we believe that the personal development of each intern is essential to their growth while working with Identify. Interns will receive assistance in designating personal and professional goals, keeping accountability measures in place, spending time in mentorship, and celebrating efforts as a team! We believe that you will not only learn more about the non-profit world, but will also learn about yourself during this experience.
Interns will choose from one of three programs:
June 1-25, Mondays-Thursdays, 10 am-3 pm - 80 hours total
July 6-30, Mondays-Thursdays, 10 am-3 pm - 80 hours total
June 1-25 and July 6-30, 10 am-3 pm - 160 hours total
Interns will meet in community work-spaces in either Fulton, Gwinnett, Cobb, or Hall counties. Some travel in groups may occur in these same areas. Other assignments will be performed at-home.
*No experience required, but must have an interest in learning about non-profit work and development
*Able to meet/travel in suburbs of Atlanta
*Available to intern during the specified dates/hours listed and chosen
Please use the following form to apply for one of our positions. Space is limited.
Deadline for the June internship is May 27. Deadline for the July internship is June 15.