Bader Philanthropies, Inc. seeks an Office Assistant Intern who will assist with the Foundation’s special events, data entry, facilities management, presentation materials, bookkeeping assistance, and general office duties. This is a part-time, paid position (a one-year commitment is requested) beginning June/July 2018.
Logistics and General Office Activities:
- Coordinates office and hospitality supply inventory;
- Oversees incoming and outgoing mail;
- Assists with registration for conferences and other community events; gathers logistic information for meetings;
- Assists with file and data management; Enters data and generates data reports;
- Assists communications team as needed with special event materials;
- Provides light bookkeeping assistance;
- Participates in reception coverage rotation; greets guests and receives incoming calls.
- Currently enrolled in Bachelor’s or Associate degree level program;
- Strong written and oral communications skills and attention to detail;
- Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously;
- Event planning skills;
- Professional demeanor, excellent problem-solving skills, organizational abilities, and inter-personal skills;
- Ability to work with a diverse group of people, both independently and as part of a team;
- Prior office experience is desirable.
Application: Apply to email@example.com by Friday, June 29, 2018.
- Cover Letter: Please detail why you want to intern at Bader Philanthropies, your internship objectives and your career goals. Please also indicate your availability (start date, end date, days and hours you are available).
- Résumé: Please list your complete educational and professional data and information about extracurricular activities.
Milwaukee-based Bader Philanthropies, Inc. strives to be a philanthropic leader in improving the quality of life of the diverse communities in which it works. Through the Helen Daniels Bader Fund and the Isabel and Alfred Bader Fund, the organization funds innovative projects and programs, convenes partners, and shares knowledge to affect emerging issues in a number of areas, including city youth, workforce development, and Alzheimer’s and aging. Since its founding in 1992 as the Helen Bader Foundation, the organization has committed more than $265 million in grants and program-related investments to advance its charitable mission.