Nonprofit Leadership Internship
Frontida is a United Nations-approved nonprofit created by passionate young entrepreneurs, dedicated to developing health documentation applications clinics in low-resources settings. Frontida has deployed systems in Greece, Panama, Afghanistan, Poland, and Romania. Now, we are getting ready to launch systems in Ukraine to help the Ukraine Crisis and start our first projects in Africa with the United Nations Development Program. Apply now and join our zealous team who has won multiple awards and mentorship from the National Academy of Engineering, Oracle, Marshall Grief Incubator, Westly Foundation, Techstars and Blackstone Launchpad, and Viterbi Min and MEPC challenge. Learn more about Frontida at
Nonprofit Operations Internship Description Below:
- Assist Executive Director in leading meetings, organizing events, and creating an annual company strategy plan
- Work with sales team to manage large client projects and to track and convert leads into clients projects
- Create and manage budgets for review by Board of Directors
- Create and execute a fundraising strategy to achieve annual fundraising goals.
- Actively engage with donors and supporters to build rapport and belief in the mission of the company.
- Background in fundraising, business, or project management
- Experience in managing client, donor, or mentor relationships
- Excellent public speaking and story telling skills
- Ability to inspire, encourage, and lead teams
- Ability to share and communicate effectively in an async team environment
- Ability to work independently and take ownership of projects
- Role will require min 15 hours weekly
- Minimum: 6-month commitment. This duration can be extended.
- The internship will be part-time and unpaid, but will provide hands-on startup experience and high-impact responsibilities.
- Internships starts in late December/January depending on the internship.
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