General internship functions may include:
-Preparing for and managing volunteer groups for specific tasks on grounds.
-Answering emails, letters, and phone calls in regards to the volunteer program.
-Assist in Volunteer Website maintenance.
-Work with staff to ensure all volunteers are performing their jobs according to the sign description.
-Represent Zoo New England at all times.
-Data entry and other administrative duties as needed
The Development intern can expect to gain valuable experience by being immersed into a wide range of learning opportunities. The intern will obtain insight into the role of volunteers as a support system for non-profit organizations. Increase communication and public speaking skills.
Benefits include free entrance to the Zoo during duration of internship, opportunities to attend special events and great experience to add to a resume. Zoo New England will also work with the intern to meet requirements for course credit, provide letters of reference for future job opportunities and create/enhance a personal portfolio.
To apply, email a resume and cover letter
Dates/Times: Flexible/TBD" "Zoo New England is seeking an organized self-starter to assist in our busy volunteer department office with a variety of functions.
-An interest in non-profit management
-Excellent written and oral communication skills
-Computer literate, with knowledge of both Microsoft Word and Excel
"Rolling Unpaid: Temporary
Organization: Zoo New England
Title: Volunteer Department
Address: 1 Franklin Park Rd, Boston Ma 02121
Contact: Jennifer LeFevre, phone: 617.989.2017 ; email: email@example.com