United Way of Marion County is looking for an intern to work alongside our Resource Development team and assist with marketing, fundraising, and donor database maintenance.
As Resource Development Intern, you will:
- screen all incoming calls and greet guests
- schedule meetings and help teammates prepare prepare campaign materials for organizations hosting United Way fundraising campaigns
- assist with maintaining the Donor Database
- assist with planning events
To successfully uphold the responsibilities of this position, you need to:
- possess strong organizational and planning skills
- hold a welcoming presence during phone calls and interactions with visitors
- have flexibility and openness to helping the team in other areas as needs arise
- Associates Degree
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
- Microsoft Office 365
- Professional Communication
Do you think you're an excellent fit for this position? We'd love to meet you!
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Here's a little more info about UWMC...
United Way of Marion County is a local independent organization operating under the United Way Worldwide Network – one of the world’s largest privately funded charities. Serving a mission to bring local education, financial stability, and health resources to our neighbors, United Way of Marion County leads five community impact programs: Community Partnership Schools™, Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA), Success by Six, ReadingPals, and Strong Families.
United Way of Marion County is the mission of choice for more than 500 Volunteers, 4000 donors, and 150 corporate partners. Together, we are uniting resources to our neighbors.
Community Partnership Schools™ is a school-to-community based model developed by the University of Central Florida that aims to form a long-term partnership among four core partners - a school district, a university or college, a community-based nonprofit and a healthcare provider.
This comprehensive model leverages the social and institutional capital of all partners. The goal is to remove barriers to learning and provide built-in support so students can achieve academic success and lifelong prosperity.
United Way of Marion County is the Lead Service Agency for the local program. Other community partners include the College of Central Florida, Heart of Florida Health Center, HCA Florida Ocala Hospital, Marion County Public Schools, and the Public Education Foundation.
In Marion County, our goals include school readiness, student academic success, various pillars of health, and parent and community engagement. We provide a safe space for participants to study, learn, live, connect and thrive.