University of Wisconsin-Madison
Special Events Intern
: $7.25 per hour
: 12 – 15 per week
The foundation is currently looking for a Special Events Intern
to join our small office team for the upcoming semester. Gain valuable experience in all aspects of event planning for a nonprofit while working with an energetic and talented staff and volunteer team.
Duties of the positon would include:
Researching prospective events
Assisting staff and event co-chairs with event committee meetings
Participating in sponsorship solicitations
Following up on event logistics, such as venue, menus, decorations, and entertainment
Organizing and tracking event attendees and solicitations
Working with staff on invitation mailing
Helping track RSVP’s
Being on site for all events and assisting with post-event follow-up
Providing support to the individual giving program as needed
Applicants should possess strong organization skills, demonstrated proficiency managing detail oriented tasks, and the ability to communicate effectively.
Flexible hours; some weekend or evening work will be required.
If you are a student, qualified candidates will have at least sophomore standing and pursuing a degree in library science, liberal arts, business, nonprofit management or related field. MPLF is located downtown on the bus line. MPLF is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
How to apply:
Send cover letter and resume to Tracy Phillippi, Foundation Manager, firstname.lastname@example.org
About the Foundation
Madison Public Library Foundation was established to assist in filling the financial gap between appropriated city funds and the ever-rising costs of library resources and services that meet the diverse needs of our community.
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