Full and Part-Time Positions
Program & Communications Associate: Our new team member is an energetic, organized, people-person with excellent communications, project management, and volunteer management skills. The purpose of this role is to lead the recruitment and vetting of applicants for the Atlas Corps Fellowship. The key responsibilities of the Program & Communication Associate include communications to potential candidates for the Fellowship, managing our online application process, managing volunteers, and supporting Fellows during their training programs. Link to full job posting: http://bit.ly/
Are you ready for an unforgettable semester as part of a dynamic, international team? Atlas Corps recruits interns year-round for internship positions. The ideal schedule is 20 to 35 hours a week with at least 3 days in the office. Benefits include being part of the global Atlas Corps network of 500+ professionals from 80+ countries, professional development in a fast-paced and entrepreneurial environment, and so much more!
Our Internship Opportunities Include:
Communications/Engagement: Focused on communications, social media, and design – turn your social media/design skills into social impact!
Development: Focused on fundraising, grant research/writing, event planning, and Embassy outreach (both U.S. and foreign embassies) – engage with top philanthropic leaders in the government and private sectors!
Executive: Focused on special projects under the direction of CEO – learn from one of the top social entrepreneurs!
Partnerships: Focused on recruiting Host Organizations for Fellow placement – get to know the most dynamic organizations in the country!
Programs: Focused on Fellow support and recruitment – engage with some of the brightest nonprofit leaders throughout the world!
Volunteer Management: Focused on recruitment and vetting of new volunteers, volunteer engagement, and event management – be connected with our extensive volunteer network!
To apply, email firstname.lastname@example.org. In your email, please include 1) position that interests you and your name in the subject line; and 2) attach your resume and cover letter. The cover letter should highlight the following: strengths, interests, and professional growth aspirations. Let us know what makes you unique!
Note: Interns are placed on a first-come, first serve basis so apply early!
Spring Deadline: December 20; Summer Deadline: April 1; Fall Deadline: July 1