Thank you for your interest in our internship program. KPWB is in search of Fall 2016 and Spring 2017 interns!
Internships are a minimum of 3 months and unpaid. School credit is available. Individuals that do not need credit but are interested in the experience are also welcome to apply! Applicants must be at least 18 years of age by start of internship.
This individual reports to the Board and Executive Director and is responsible for providing administrative support to staff and assuming researching, administrative organization, and reception. These duties include but are not limited to: database maintenance, typing, filing, reception, research, organization and telephone duties. Microsoft Office experience required.
Eco Projects Intern
Develop and implement county-wide recycling competition. Intern will engage participants, assist with marketing, create and provide materials to participating schools; essentially take part in every step to making this a great event. Great opportunity for individuals that enjoy planning and/or wish to encourage environmental stewardship.
Environmental Programs Intern
Share your passion about taking care of our environment. Learn how county vs. state boundaries can affect environmental stewardship and the presence of a “responsible party” can impact environmental decisions. Discover how litter can affect a community both in safety and perceived value. This is a great opportunity for someone that enjoys a variety of experiences.
Green Community Intern
Help people clean their little corner of the earth. Intern will assist on all levels of coordination and participation. Great opportunity for hands-on individuals that enjoy making a difference in the community.
PR, Social Media, & Marketing Intern
Develop and implement effective marketing tools/strategies to promote KPWB’s programs and services. Enhance current and new marketing materials to develop a brand through collaboration with the marketing committee. Excellent position for creative individuals with interest in marketing or advertising careers.
Volunteer Coordinator Intern
Engaging, exciting, and inspiring volunteers is essential to caring for our environment. Create new ways to draw and keep volunteers. Look for different approaches to engage people in environmental concerns and get them to take action. Definitely a “people person” job.
Special Events Intern
Learn all about running large events, working with vendors, using social media for promotion and getting experience in the nonprofit sector by planning large-scale fundraising events including our Spring Festival Event, Tropical Escape Fundraiser and Silent Auction. Definitely a “people person” job.
All interns receive free membership to the Prince William County Chamber of Commerce and will have access to all meetings and networking opportunities; additional meetings and training opportunities relevant to the internship will also be offered when available. Mileage beyond driving to and from work is available.
Interested? Email resume and cover letter indicating your area of interest to firstname.lastname@example.org, Attn: Charles Shutt.