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Financial Literacy Intern

Internship Responsibilities

Living Classrooms is hiring for an unpaid internship position with our Financial Literacy team! 

Ideally the intern is studying Banking, Finance, Economics,  Education and/or Human Services, but other majors welcomed! 

 

The position is attached to two departments: Workforce and Financial Literacy. Intern must be flexible and must excel with communication and task management.  

 

Duties: 

  • Manage the reception area 

  • Photo copy 

  • Maintain updated flyers 

  • Answer the phones 

  • Retrieve messages 

  • Greet the public 

  • Maintain information on line 

  • Make follow up calls 

  • Other light clerical duties as assigned. 

  • Assist and/or lead the following activities 

  • Word Search. Read Kids Financial Literacy Books, Coloring Projects, Hand outs, photos 

  • Conduct workshops/activities on Banking, Real World Math, Check Writing, Budget, Administer/Discuss Quiz 

  • Set Up classroom, Clean up classroom 

 

Primary Location: 

1100 E. Fayette (Lower Level) 

 

Schedule: 

Monday - Friday  

8:30 am - 3:30 pm (30 mins Lunch) 

Skill Set Required

Ideally the intern is studying Banking, Finance, Economics,  Education and/or Human Services, but other majors welcomed! 

Internship Location

Baltimore, MD

Details

Semester: Summer (Jun - Aug)
Hours per week: 10-20 hours
Workdays: M-F 8:30-3:30pm
Pay: No
Authorization Requirements: U.S. Citizen/U.S. National, Permanent U.S. Resident, Employment (H1-Visa), H-4 Visa

Application Requirements

Application Deadline: April 26, 2019
Required Documentation: Resume
Application Instructions Interested applicants should email Abigail Barenblitt at abarenblitt@livingclassrooms.org

Headquarters

1417 Thames St
Baltimore, Maryland 21231

About Living Classrooms

Mission Statement: Living Classrooms Foundation strengthens communities and inspires young people to achieve their potential through hands-on education and job training, using urban, natural, and maritime resources as "living classrooms."
Founded in Baltimore in 1985, Living Classrooms Foundation has grown into an educational and economic force that combines one of the city's most cherished assets - its beautiful and historic harbor - with some of its most overlooked - the thousands of bright, ambitious children and young adults who are struggling to succeed against terrible odds. What began with one program in one city has grown into dozens of programs across a region that now encompasses Washington, DC, Virginia, and Maryland.