Partial or 100% remote option.
College credit, if applicable.
Expanded career opportunities: grant writing is an invaluable skill that can make a candidate more competitive in nonprofit careers, even those outside of grants.
Specific skills: technical writing, the 6-step grants process, project management via Microsoft Teams, basics of data tracking and program evaluation, intermediate Excel skills.
As an employment services agency, Rise has a commitment to ensuring our interns have access to experiences and trainings that will augment their future job searches. These benefits include:
- Finished items for a portfolio and an updated resume section about the internship upon exit;
- Industry connections and informational interviews with Rise staff and our greater nonprofit networks based on an intern’s career interests;
- A practical professional development series that teaches young professionals: Resume and cover letter writing; networking; job search skills, including how to tell which workplaces/managers/jobs are a good fit; salary negotiation and skills for advocating for wage equity.
This internship is unpaid, however, we offer a $1,000 (full-time) or $500 (part-time) stipend per semester to assist with living expenses depending on commitment and qualifications