Global Health Non-Profit Management Internship
Partners for World Health is looking for undergraduate, graduate students or recent graduates who have excellent oral and written skills, are able to communicate effectively with a wide range of people, are well organized, able to work independently, have a positive attitude, and enjoy collaborating with a team in a dynamic work environment.
Interns at Partners for World Health are included in all aspects of our operation, exposed to our work on global health issues, and provided with numerous opportunities to develop strong leadership skills.
Assist the Operations Coordinator in the daily operations of PWH
Identify and prepare volunteer tasks in advance for up to 30 volunteers per day
Learn to receive, organize, assess, and re-package medical items
Instruct and manage volunteer tasks
Oversee multiple volunteers at once, answering questions and making decisions as needed
Develop strong people skills
Medical Category Management
Own a specific PWH medical category
Assess, organize and improve existing process documents for organization and task work within specified PWH medical category
Develop new processes and documentation as needed
Conduct research to become knowledgeable about the medical category
PWH Program-driven Project
Duties as assigned based on the needs of this dynamic organization
Undergraduate, graduate students or recent graduates
Demonstrated experience leading teams and working well under pressure
Strong interpersonal skills and ability to interact with a wide range of people
Excellent oral and written communication skills
Well-organized, with a demonstrated ability to proactively complete tasks with minimal supervision
Ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously
Passion for the PWH mission
Applications are considered on a rolling basis and close on August 31st, 2021.
Apply early for best consideration! PWH is happy to discuss with students looking to fulfill their practicum requirements. To apply:
Submit a cover letter and resume to Laura Nilsson (
Internship Description: Partners for World Health is looking for undergraduate, graduate students or recent graduates who have excellent oral and written skills, are able to communicate effectively, are well organized, able to work independently, have a positive attitude, and enjoy collaborating with a team in a dynamic work environment.
The internship program is designed to provide students with an educational experience that complements their academic studies. Interns will have an opportunity to participate in the daily work and operations of a non profit from a communications standpoint.
As a Development Intern, your internship could lead you to work on projects and tasks such as:
●Assisting in the cultivation and solicitation of major and planned gifts by coordinating with the President, Director of Operations, and Board of Directors under the direction of the Development and Communications Manager to manage a portfolio of 25-50 major or planned giving prospects.
○ Research prospective donors.
○ Build, track, and support donation increases
○ Track communications with donors
○ Debrief with Staff and Committee Members
○ Assist in developing proposals
○ Create and support intimate cultivation events to steward prospects and donors
● Assisting in identifying Foundation Prospects, builds a calendar of Letter of Intent and Solicitation due dates, research trustees and PWH board connections.
- Undergraduate, graduate students or recent graduates
- Creative and thinks outside the box
- Numerate & analytical
- Has strong critical thinking skills
- Skilled using spreadsheets
- Familiar with databases
- Strong written and verbal communication
- Attention to detail
- Ability to multitask in a fast-paced environment
- Well-organized, with a demonstrated ability to proactively complete tasks with minimal supervision
- Ability to coordinate and prioritize multiple projects simultaneously
- Strong work ethic and commitment to at least 16 hours per week
- Passion for the PWH mission
The approximate dates of the internship will be August 2021 - May 2022. Must be available to work 16 hours a week. This is an unpaid, in-person, internship.
Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Apply early for best consideration!
To apply: Submit a cover letter and resume to Paul Golding ()
The internship runs from September 7, 2021 - December 10, 2021- Dates are flexible
Part-time (minimum of 16 hours/week) or Full-time, Tuesday through Saturday. This is an in-person, un-paid position.
Applications close on August 31, 2021
PWH is happy to discuss opportunities with students looking to fulfill their practicum requirements.