Office Intern Description
"The Public Interest Law Center seeks full or part-time interns to assist with fundraising, communications, public relations and events. Internships are unpaid. We encourage those who can receive class credit for their participation to apply. Positions are available year-round.
Produce engaging content for various platforms including website, e-newsletters, social media, foundation proposals, reports and donor communications
Research individual donors and foundations
Prepare and copy edit foundation proposals
Assist with event planning and administration
Administrative tasks may include processing gift acknowledgements, preparing mailings, entering data into contact databases, etc.
Design collateral materials such as flyers or invitations
Conduct outreach calls and implement marketing strategies
Update Law Center profiles on external websites and take part in increasing the organization’s digital visibility"
How to Apply:
To apply, submit a letter, resume, and writing sample. Your cover letter should be 1-2 pages long and should include a statement of your reasons for seeking an internship at the Public Interest Law Center. Please send these materials by email to Michael Berton (email@example.com) or to the mailing address below:
Public Interest Law Center
Two Penn Center
1500 JFK Boulevard, Suite 802
Philadelphia PA 19102
*All information taken from Pubint Law's official website, current as of August 2021