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Project Management Intern

ABOUT US 
  • Here at A New Leaf, we offer cutting-edge nonprofit industry internships that allow potential interns like you to gain hands on experience at one the Valley's largest nonprofits. The work you will do will contribute to our mission of “Helping Families, Changing Lives.” By lending your skills and talents you will be helping our 30+ service programs, ranging from helping domestic violence survivors, the homeless population, the education sector, and many more!

ABOUT THE POSITION 
  • Put your project management skills to use for a good cause! A New Leaf is a nonprofit organization specializing in Housing, Health, and Community Services. As a large local organization with over 32 programs the one consistency is change. Intern with the Director of Strategic Initiatives and other staff to assist A New Leaf with their mission of Helping Families...Changing Lives. The focus of this position is to provide staff support through project management to ensure projects are set-up for success by managing timelines, deliverables, and scope.

BENEFITS OF INTERNING WITH US 
  • Work alongside nonprofit professionals with 20+ years of experience in the field, with opportunities to work directly with A New Leaf’s community and stakeholders. 
  • Become an active member of our dynamic team. We have a fun, fast-paced environment with opportunities to share, collaborate, innovate, and celebrate success. 
  • Scheduled networking opportunities with other interns and organization leadership. 
  • Letter of Recommendation listing accomplishments upon completion. 
  • Custom built internship based on your interests and skills. 
  • Hands-on educational experience utilizing your skills to benefit a non-profit community service program 
  • Opportunity to establish own internship goals & objectives with ability to request specific experiences 
  • A structured educational experience that includes networking opportunities, supervision by trained professionals, with both formal & informal training 
  • Introduction to all A New Leaf services & programs via tours, interviews, literature, and internal events 
  • Hands-on educational experience utilizing your skills to benefit a non-profit community service program
 
WHAT YOU WILL DO 
  • Create/sort/organize/update materials in online project software
  • Perform computer related tasks - Microsoft suite (Work / Outlook / Excel / PPT) 
  • Use software skills to track team progress (creating and navigating Gannt charts specifically) 
  • Schedule and lead project meetings and participate in required trainings
  • Work within project timelines and holding team accountable 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES 
  • Participate and successfully complete all required training A New Leaf deems necessary  
  • Always maintain standards of confidentiality and professionalism 
  • Work cooperatively and respectfully with staff, leadership, and other stakeholders
  • Adhere to codes of conduct and standards as specified in the Volunteer Handbook 
  • Committed to fostering safe spaces for all, with the ability to respect and accommodate diverse stakeholders