They’re Here! USO Internship Opportunities for Fall/Winter 2010

We had a great summer here at the USO, and it was made even better by all of the amazing interns who gave their time, talents, and energy to our mission.

Let your voice be heard in showing support for our Troops. Join the USO with an internship today!

The USO is pleased again to offer internships for credit or for practical work experience during fall/winter 2010.  The internships will begin in September, 2010 and are located at the USO offices in Arlington, VA.  Interns must be available to work onsite; a parking or transportation allowance is provided.

Internships are available in the two departments:

Communications:

  • Two positions are available with a focus in Marketing and Digital Asset Management, although writing and research play a key role.  Applicants matriculating degrees in Communications, Marketing, Journalism, or Digital Media are strongly encouraged to apply. The ability to use both Mac and PC, familiarity with Adobe CS4, and proficiency in social media channels are highly desired.  Experience working with historical documents is a plus.  Be prepared to be a self starter, think creatively, and have a lot of fun!  Click here to send an email with your resume and cover letter.  Please use “USO Communications Internship” in your subject heading.

Fundraising and Development:

  • Two positions are available in working with TEAM USO and the CFC campaign.  The ideal applicant will assist in the goal of recruiting 1000 fundraising volunteers by December 31, 2010.  Other duties include formulating and executing an approved plan; working with team on cultivation of these fundraising volunteers; assisting with CFC promotion and recruitment; working with team on communication plan to past donors; participating in table displays/talks with federal employees as needed; and researching other CFC and USO opportunities related to these areas.  Click here to send an email with your resume and cover letter.
  • Two positions are available in researching and prospecting donors.  The ideal applicant will assist in the tracking of the development pipeline and supporting corporate alliance events.  Other duties include creating research binders include information such as company history, mission, current marketing strategy, list of board members, other nonprofit partners; researching nonprofits with previous USO support histories and/or military affiliation;  and working on events such as the USO Gala, Care Package Stuffing Parties, and Partner Quarterly Webinars.  Click here to send an email with your resume and cover letter.  Please state “USO Fundraising and Development Internship” as your subject heading.

Email inquiries only; no phone calls, please.

They’re Here! USO Internship Opportunities for Summer 2010

The USO is pleased to offer Internships for credit or for practical work experience during the summer of 2010.  The Internships will begin in May, 2010 and each Internship requires a minimum of 20 hours work per week, at the USO offices in Arlington, VA.  A parking or transportation allowance is provided.

The application deadline for these positions is April 16, 2010.  Click here to learn more and apply!

Be an intern with us!

Internships are available in the following departments:

  • Communications - One position is available with a focus in Digital Assets and Social Media. This requires a degree focus in Communications or Digital Media with the ability to use a MAC, familiarity with CS4, and proficiency in social media channels
  • Human Resources - One position is available with a focus on HR processes, both national and international, including research of legalities in HR processes and project-based work for functional HR areas. This requires a degree focus in Human Resources or Organizational Psychology.
  • Finance - One position is available with a focus accounts payable, cash receipts, financial analysis of monthly reporting packages, and control analysis. This requires a degree focus in Accounting or Finance.
  • Development (2 positions) - One position is available in Major Gifts and Planned Giving with a focus on donor research, event planning for donor recognition and follow up with Planned Giving Donors and Executors. This requires a degree focus in Business, Political Science, Public relations, or a degree related to non-profit management.  One position is available in Online Development with a focus in online marketing and web content management. This requires a degree focus in Marketing, Business or Finance with strong web content skills and analytical skills
  • Operations - One position is available in SharePoint Administration to assist with information migration into the new SharePoint environment. This requires a degree focus in Information Management, Knowledge Management, or Library Information Sciences with familiarity in working with taxonomies, keyword searching and other information management tasks.

Email inquiries only; no phone calls, please.