JOB DESCRIPTION: The Development Intern will work closely with the Development department assisting with such tasks as fundraising, donor stewardship, volunteers and database management. While assisting with a wide range of fundraising projects, interns will gain substantial hands-on experience and specific training in many aspects of nonprofit development. Intern will work 15 hours a week. The Arkansas Foodbank offers this internship opportunity for interns during the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. This is a non-paid position.
- Process donations and prepare acknowledgement letters and other correspondence
- Update and correct database records
- Assist with Special Event planning
- Assist Volunteer and Outreach Coordinator with materials for Volunteers
- Assist development department by performing miscellaneous administrative activities.
- Assist with special events and social media
- Other duties as assigned
1) High school diploma or general education degree (GED); 2) Development interns will be actively enrolled in an University/College
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND OTHER CHARACTERISTICS:
1) Ability to communicate effectively, oral and written format. 2) Ability to problem solve. 3) Ability to operate basic computer software. 4) Ability to lift approximately 20-25 pounds.
CLOSING DATE: This position will remain open until filled
APPLICATION: To apply for this position, submit a resume or an Arkansas Foodbank employment application to: Chief Development Officer, Jennifer Belt, Arkansas Foodbank 4301 West 65th Street, Little Rock, Arkansas, 72209 or email toJbelt@arkansasfoodbank.org.
Make sure to check out the latest edition of our FACS Newsletter and learn all about the 28th Annual FACS Alumni Luncheon. President Courtway, Dean Ishee, and Dr. Runge were all present to award honors and scholarships. We would love to share with our students what our alumni are doing! Please email or call us to let us know where you are and what you're doing!
For 2015, AAFCS is continuing with the theme, “Dining In” for Healthy Families, and the goal of the campaign is to double 2014 results and receive 200,000 commitments to“Dining In.”
December 3rd was chosen as Family & Consumer Sciences Day to honor family and consumer sciences pioneer and AAFCS founder Ellen Swallow Richards (December 3rd is her birthday).
To reach the goal of 200,000 commitments, everyone needs to participate—even if it’s just a small simple action. On behalf of the AAFCS Board of Directors, we are asking you to commit to “Dining In” on December 3rd.
Each year AAFCS fills CASA stockings as a service project. Make sure to get involved and volunteer to fill a stocking for a foster child! Sign up on Ms. Lindsey’s door (McAlister 112) by writing your name next to the age/gender of the child that you would like to provide for.
There are children of all ages in need of a little Christmas cheer, and you could help provide that! Remember the items must fit in a stocking and keep it under $10.
Please bring your items no later than November 20th to Ms. Lindsey (MAC 112) or Dr. Ryburn (MAC 100) in a bag/sack labeled with your name and the age/gender of the child you bought for.
Senior Seminar Students are hosting a Nutrition Career Fair in the Mirror Room on October 19th.
There will be representatives from several area employers as well as the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, Student Dietetic Association and the Campus Dietitian Emily Hayes there to answer questions about our career.