Position Title: National Service Program Intern Intern
Job ID: 11117
Education Level: Undergraduate, Graduate
NYC Service, a division of the office of the Mayor, is seeking an energetic intern with an interest in service, volunteerism, and developing project management and organizational skills.
About the Office:
NYC Service is a division of the Office of the Mayor focused on volunteerism and service in NYC. Launched in April 2009 in response to President Barack Obama’s national call for volunteerism and a goal of engaging 100 million Americans in service by 2020. New York City was the first “City of Service” and since NYC Service launched, over 200 U.S. cities have joined the Cities of Service network.
NYC Service builds partnerships to deepen and expand civic engagement through volunteer and service programs, creating sustainable change for our city’s greatest needs.
About the Role:
This Intern for NYC Service will primarily report to the Service Year Professional Development Manager and National Service Partnerships Coordinator and work to support the 3 National Service Programs administered by the office. This role is crucial to support the AmeriCorps programs during recruitment season. This intern will be a key member of the team in supporting the recruitment of 200+ AmeriCorps members for the 2022-2023 program year. The intern will have an interest in service, and upbeat attitude that reflects the voice of our National Service Programs.
Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
- Contacting potential applicants about the AmeriCorps programs
- Creating reports to track interested applicants
- Updating information on NYC Service National Service webpage
- Tabling in-person and virtually at community recruitment events and career fairs
- Support the creation on the NYC Service Career Fair for AmeriCorps members
- Assisting potential applicants calling the AmeriCorps Line
- Conducting phone screens with interested applicants
- Scheduling interviews with candidates that are interested in the program
- Support the collection and storage of member documents
- Provide logistical support during events
- Represent NYC Service at select events and support NYC Service all-staff events, as needed
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
- Ability to work, share ideas and respect others in a multicultural environment
- Ability to work well under pressure and maintain an enthusiastic work ethic. This includes being flexible as it relates to embracing different work styles and a variety of audiences
- College Student candidates must be an enrolled and registered student accumulating credits. Matriculation at an accredited college or graduate school. Employment is conditioned upon continuance as a student in a college or graduate school.
Undergraduate College Students: $15.50 per hour
Graduate Students: $17 per hour
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