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Business Finance Position

Internship Responsibilities

Growing real estate firm in Baltimore City seeks Business and Finance Major to support all areas of business. Successful candidates will have experience preparing and creating financial spreadsheets and pro-formas, performing financial analysis, and managing accounting operations. Position requires major in accounting/business/finance, excellent verbal and written communication skills, business acumen, good decision-making skills, advanced computer skills, ability to solve complex problems and a desire to work in a real estate entrepreneurial environment.

Skill Set Required

Specific tasks include the following:

Working with Quickbooks Software System

Preparing Excel Spreadsheets

Preparing loan packages for lenders

Analyzing HUD-1 spreadsheets

Preparing reports for banks, financial institutions, state agencies

Reviewing insurance contracts

Helping to prepare proposals for the city, state and federal government

Preparing government reports

Assisting with tax preparation

 

Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s)

Accounting, Business, Finance

Internship Location

Baltimore, MD

Details

Semester: Fall (Sep - Dec)
Year: 2018-2019
Hours per week: 10-20 hours
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: Yes, $12/hr stipend
Authorization Requirements: U.S. Citizen/U.S. National

Application Requirements

Application Deadline: August 10, 2018
Required Documentation: Resume, Cover Letter
Application Instructions To apply contact: Citylifebuilders2@gmail.com

Headquarters

2809 Boston Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21224

About City Life community Builders

The mission of City Life Community Builders is to lead positive social and economic change in distressed urban communities to end joblessness and poverty, recreate thriving neighborhoods, and improve the lives of all residents. Our goal is for everyone to have the opportunity to live in a healthy neighborhood in quality housing and advance economically.  

CLCB’s objective to improve the social and economic conditions of residents in low-income communities in East Baltimore is accomplished through construction workforce training, community development and rehabilitation of boarded and vacant rowhomes. 

The achievement of CLCB’s mission depends on the economic stability of the residents  living in these communities, characterized by a high population of minority residents, low education attainment rates, high crime, low density economic development, poor housing stock and extremely high unemployment.  Our program is focused on comprehensive and sustainable workforce development for unemployed residents from these neighborhoods.  Our training includes classroom, Construction Lab and on-the-job site training rehabbing boarded an vacant properties in the community. This gives our trainee’s the opportunity to contribute to the physical and health improvement of their neighborhood while providing high quality housing for community members. The program support they receive helps trainee’s overcome barriers to employment, links graduates to jobs with family supporting wages and helps graduates navigate the world of work.  This leads to financial independence for these workers and their families, and the opportunity to become homeowners in their own communities.