Annual Appeals Intern
|Employment Type:||Seasonal - Part Time|
If you are passionate about transforming communities for migrants and refugees with a mission-driven organization, then we have the opportunity for you!
Working under the direction of the Annual Appeals Manager, assist the development and outreach staff in executing email campaigns that includes building emails from start to finish.
Located in LIRS's Baltimore office, this is a part-time (15-20) hours per week) opportunity for a duration of 3 months with an expected state date of January 2021.
This is an unpaid internship. To be eligible, students must be enrolled at an accredited college/university OR be receiving funding through public interest grant funds or other similar resource. This internship is offered in the Fall. Interns are expected to work 14-40 hours per week, depending on the semester. Interns are responsible for arranging their own housing and for covering related expenses during the duration of the program.
- Find art, may assist in writing or editing copy, create email template
- Work with Database Coordinator and AAM Data on list segmentation and output files
- Provide Administrative support as needed
- High school diploma required; Current college or recent graduate in a related field of study preferred
- Knowledge CRM programs
- Commitment to LIRS's core mission and values and an ability to model those values in relationship with colleagues and partners; commitment to empowering refugees and migrants.
Special Position Requirements
- Knowledge of luminate CRM technology for sending out email communications is preferred but not required
Headquartered in Baltimore's beautiful Inner Harbor, with offices in Washington, DC, Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service (LIRS) is a national faith-based organization with an 80-year history, a budget of $45 million per year, and approximately 80 headquarters staff.
LIRS is widely-recognized for its expertise in implementing federal programs on behalf of refugees and migrants living within the borders of the United States. Working with and through partners across the country, LIRS resettles refugees, reunites children with their families or provides loving homes for them, conducts policy advocacy, and pursues humanitarian alternatives to the immigration detention system.
Lutheran Immigration and Refugee Service provides equal employment opportunities to all, without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability or genetics.