L.O.C.S Collective, Inc.

Building Community and cultivating resources for LBTQ+ women, non-binary people of color, and our allies.

Email: info@locscollective.org

Location: Boston, MA

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Internship Opportunities

The Capacity Building Associates (CBA) is available to assist in developing, implementing and executing programs and policies sponsored by the LOCS Collective. The CBA will  perform research, grant-writing; assist with soliciting potential and existing sponsors/donors,  developing and assembling sponsorship packages, creating program newsletters, social media and website development, and providing general program and administrative support.

Responsibilities and tasks:

  • Assist with  social media content management

  • Assist with the preparation of marketing/advertising materials and grant proposals

  • Assist in the coordination of participant evaluations and surveys

  • Maintain participants’ files

  • Assemble program orientation packets

  • Organize e-files (Dropbox, Drive)

  • Provide administrative support (Program/Organization minutes, update calendar, etc)

 

Qualifications:

  • Web development and social media

  • Proven strong written and oral communication skills

  • Grant writing experience

  • Strong interpersonal skills

  • Strong multi-tasking skills and time management

  • Proficient in MS programs including Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, and PowerPoint

  • Good to advanced computer skills

Capacity Building Associate

 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to sthomas@locscollective.org

- A minimum of 15 hours per week 

- Work days and hours are negotiable

- Must be flexible

- All internships are unpaid

 

A letter of recommendation and/or stipend will be provided. We will work with your institution / program to ensure all internship requirements are achieved.

The Marketing Associate will assist in creating and building special projects/social media campaigns, prospect lists, data research, and development of marketing materials. This would be an ideal position for a third or fourth year marketing and/or communications major with an interest in nonprofit management. The internship requires an ability to prepare attractive marketing materials, including sponsorship packages, press releases, maintain contact with media and donor lists, design email promotions, conduct follow-up phone calls.  This position is open for fall and spring semester.

 

Responsibilities and tasks:

  • Social media content management and development

  • Assist with development and preparation of marketing/advertising materials

  • Assist in the coordination of participant evaluations and surveys

  • Maintain participants’ files

  • Assemble program orientation packets

  • Organize e-files (Dropbox, Drive)

  • Provide administrative support (Program/Organization minutes, update calendar)

Qualifications:

  • Demonstrate proven leadership skills (willingness to take initiative) 

  • Strong multi-tasking skills and time management

  • Excellent writing, research and communication skills 

  • Confidence to approach potential contributors , sponsors/donors

  • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Suite, PowerPoint, Excel,  Internet , and E-mail 

  • Social Media (Periscope,LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, Google+ , Hootsuite, Tumblr, Instagram, Pinterest)

Marketing Associate

 

Please submit your resume and cover letter to sthomas@locscollective.org 

- A minimum of 15 hours per week 

- Work days and hours are negotiable

- Must be flexible

- All internships are unpaid

 

A letter of recommendation and/or stipend will be provided. We will work with your institution / program to ensure all internship requirements are achieved.