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2022 Blackstone Charitable Foundation Summer Analyst

2022 Blackstone Charitable Foundation Summer Analyst
Business Unit: Blackstone Charitable Foundation 
Job Title: Summer Analyst, Blackstone Charitable Foundation 
Foundation Overview: 
Founded in 2007, the Blackstone Charitable Foundation (BXCF) leads all charitable initiatives throughout the firm. By leveraging the resources and intellectual capital of Blackstone, we empower entrepreneurs, create an environment where careers can flourish and support the communities in which we live and work. The Foundation is also responsible for Blackstone’s flagship employee engagement initiative, BX Connects. BX Connects advances the firm’s philanthropic objectives by providing opportunities for our most valuable asset – our people – to maximize the impact of our charitable investments and help our nonprofit and educational partners drive tangible economic and social change in our communities. BX Connects coordinates volunteer opportunities, fundraising drives, board service opportunities, and other charitable activities for Blackstone's global employees.   
Job Description:  
Blackstone Charitable Foundation is seeking a dynamic, motivated and hard-working Summer Intern to primarily support the BX Connects and Blackstone LaunchPad programs as well as other Foundation initiatives for 10 weeks, starting May 2022. This position will work across the team in a variety of functions.  
Primary Responsibilities: 
Programming and Project Management  
·      Support the BX Connects employee engagement and grantmaking operations by providing logistical and administrative support for volunteer activities; coordinating related internal and external communications; completing general event follow up and metric tracking. 
·      Support the Blackstone LaunchPad program operations, ranging from weekly strategy and planning meetings with program partners to facilitating new school onboarding meetings over the summer 
·      Collaborate with external partners on any other student entrepreneurship programming  
·      Perform research as needed around corporate philanthropy or the entrepreneurship sector  

·      Support social media content creation to amplify Foundation events, campaigns or announcements 
·      Curate photo library for use by Public Affairs team 
·      Support broader communication plans with research, drafting, editing, etc. 

Grants Administration and General Operations 
·      Support maintenance of Salesforce grants database 
·      Support Foundation grantmaking, including coordinating with internal and external teams to ensure timely payments, submission and payment tracking, data entry and coding 
·      Support maintenance of grant agreements, impact data and supplemental documentation. 
·      Support maintenance of Benevity, a firmwide employee engagement platform. Assist with content creation and provide backend operational and administrative support to internal team of superusers. 

·      Experience or strong interest in social impact, the nonprofit sector, or the field of entrepreneurship 
·      Self-motivated, strong attention to detail, ability to take initiative, prioritize, multi-task and meet deadlines 
·      Team player—energetic, enthusiastic, and personable 
·      Thrives under pressure, possesses a problem-solving mentality 
·      Ability to communicate in a professional manner with internal and external stakeholders 
·      Experience with MS Office/365 required (including Outlook, Word, Excel & PowerPoint) 
·      Experience with Salesforce and Box preferred 
To be considered for the 2022 Summer Analyst Program, applicants must meet the following criteria:
•           Currently enrolled as an undergraduate student. 
•           Anticipated graduation date: Winter 2022 – Spring 2023
•           Resume must include expected graduation month/year.
Resume must be in PDF format.
To Apply: 
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, national origin or any other category protected by law.