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The Landing has a casual work atmosphere where everyone’s opinions and ideas are valued. We’re committed to work-life balance and offer everyone opportunities to learn, experiment, and grow. If you’re looking to add meaningful purpose to your work or want a life-changing fellowship to your career, then you’ll love working here. Please see our open positions and internship opportunities below.

Open positions

Development Intern Overview

Cultivate Intern Program is designed to develop future non-profit leaders by providing hands-on experience in furthering our strategic goals of identifying victims, empowering survivors, engaging communities, and influencing culture. Interns will gain knowledge in what it means to provide holistic, trauma-informed support to vulnerable communities through meeting the needs of the whole person, not just their victimization. Interns will build critical skills needed to succeed in the non-profit and social services space, such as program development, community outreach and engagement, non-profit administration, and crisis intervention. All Cultivate Internships are unpaid positions.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Executive Director, the Development Intern will assist in identifying and executing various funding opportunities to grow and maintain The Landing’s funding portfolio.

Objectives:

· Supports donor cultivation by assessing and providing recommendations for existing donor engagement

· Researches and identifies new donor prospects

· Assesses administrative and development processes and provides recommendations for efficiency

· Analyzes strategic plan and provide recommendations for improved catalyzation

· Enhances department and organization by accomplishing new and different requests

· Collaborates with other TL staff to identify best practices across programs and administrative processes

· Assists with special projects/tasks

· Attends TL’s outreach events/trainings as needed

· Participates in weekly staff meetings

· Promotes a positive social climate that fosters client engagement

Qualifications:

· Excellent written and verbal communication

· Self-motivated and proactive

· Ability to be teachable and open to taking constructive criticism

· Ability to work collaboratively with other staff members

· Maintains appropriate boundaries

· Possesses organizational and planning skills

· Creative thinking and problem solving skills

· Time management to complete paperwork and necessary tasks

· Must have compassion for people in difficult circumstances or transitions

· Must relate well to clients in a caring non-judgmental manner

· Able to work with diverse and challenging populations

Requirements:

· Obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in business-related field preferred

· Proficiency in Salesforce and Microsoft Office

· Assist with other duties assigned by the Executive Director

How to Apply:

If you are interested, please email a copy of your resume to brooke@thelanding.org

We look forward to hearing from you!

Programs Intern Overview

Cultivate Intern Program is designed to develop future non-profit leaders by providing hands-on experience in furthering our strategic goals of identifying victims, empowering survivors, engaging communities, and influencing culture. Interns will gain knowledge in what it means to provide holistic, trauma-informed support to vulnerable communities through meeting the needs of the whole person, not just their victimization. Interns will build critical skills needed to succeed in the non-profit and social services space, such as program development, community outreach and engagement, non-profit administration, and crisis intervention. All Cultivate Internships are unpaid positions.

Position Summary:

Reporting to the Director of Strategic Programs (DSP), the Programs Intern will assist the DSP in developing and implementing critical functions of the drop-in center, youth advocacy and outreach programs.

Objectives:

· Provides administrative support to ensure efficient operation and overall organization of program

· Assists with the coordination of program development, delivery and client engagement efforts

· Collaborate across programs to align program best practices and processes

· Assists the DSP with various program processes and procedures development

· Collaborates with other TL staff to identify best practices regarding social services and the drop-in center protocols

· Assist drop-in center staff with center organization and client engagement, as needed

· Answers phone calls and connects callers with appropriate resources and/or staff members

· Provides referral services and follow up as necessary

· Assists with special projects/tasks

· Attends TL’s outreach events/trainings as needed

· Participates in weekly staff meetings

· Exhibits professional verbal and written communication.

· Promotes a positive social climate that fosters client engagement

Qualifications:

· Excellent written and verbal communication

· Self-motivated and proactive

· Ability to be teachable and open to taking constructive feedback

· Ability to work collaboratively with other staff members

· Maintains appropriate boundaries

· Possesses organizational and planning skills

· Creative thinking and problem solving skills

· Time management to complete paperwork and necessary tasks

· Must have compassion for people in difficult circumstances or transitions

· Must relate well to clients in a caring non-judgmental manner

· Able to work with diverse and challenging populations

Requirements:

· Obtaining a Bachelor’s Degree in a human services related field preferred

· Proficiency in Salesforce and Microsoft Office

· Ability to maintain flexible work schedule

· Assist with other duties assigned by the DSP

How to Apply:

If you are interested, please email a copy of your resume to brooke@thelanding.org

We look forward to hearing from you!