We are always seeking dynamic self-starters to assist with all aspects of our organization. Our Internship Program is an excellent opportunity for students currently studying in related fields to gain hands-on experience in the nonprofit and public health sectors. As an Everyday Miracles intern, you will get the opportunity to work directly with clients and further develop your knowledge of women’s health, public health, social work, and other related fields. NOTE: This is an unpaid internship; if you are seeking this position for school credit, we will assist you in facilitating this.
As a Public Health intern, you will assist the Program Coordinators in:
- Program facilitation, specifically in regards to client referrals for doula support, car seats and breast pumps
- Fundraising and event planning and facilitation
- Organizing and processing donations and preparing acknowledgement letters and other correspondence
- Long-term projects, such as grant writing and implementing new initiatives
- Social media and marketing
- General administrative and office support
We are looking for people who:
- Have a special interest or specific study in a field related to our organization’s work, including women’s or public health, social work, and nonprofit development
- Have a good working knowledge of Google programs (Gmail, Drive, Docs, Sheets, etc.); knowledge of Canva, Slack, Squarespace or Typeform is a plus!
- Have great written and verbal communication skills
- Have the ability to work within our culturally and socioeconomically diverse community
- Are self-motivated, organized, and detail-oriented, and have the ability to prioritize, multi-task, and meet deadlines
- The ability to speak a second language (especially Hmong, Somali or Spanish) is a huge plus!
The above job description and qualifications are not meant to be all-inclusive. For those with specific interests in fields such as marketing, development, or more, we may be able to work with you to find ways to allow you to gain relevant experience for your field of choice while also contributing to the Everyday Miracles operation and mission.
- Due to having a very small team (just 4 staff members), we depend heavily on our interns to help our organization run smoothly and effectively; for this reason, we require all interns to complete 300 hours of work for Everyday Miracles, even if this is more than what is required by their school/degree program
- Ideally, interns will work 8 – 12 hours/week between 9am and 4pm at our Northeast Minneapolis office and will have availability to help at special events as needed
- All interns must work at least 2 shifts in our office per week; additional hours can be completed while working remotely
- All interns must download and use Slack (a free platform available for smart phones and desktop computers/laptops) for office communication