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Healing City Summit Operations Intern

Internship Responsibilities

Through our internship program, we are looking for talented young people passionate about helping reduce and address trauma in Baltimore, and support a movement pursuing a racially, socially, and economically just and thriving Baltimore for all.  This will be an opportunity to work in Baltimore and learn pieces of what it’s like to work at a nonprofit as well as execute multiple initiatives and events.

Interns will work closely with the Healing City Baltimore Coordinator.  We are asking for a minimum of 8 hours per week, and are flexible on what days and times for the right candidate though it would be ideal if they are available Tuesday from 7-8 pm, and Thursday from 4-5 pm for community meetings, with other meetings as scheduled. Positions can start as early as September and will run through March, with the possibility for extensions.  This position is currently unpaid, but we would like to be able to coordinate and offer Internship credit. 

The Operations Intern will work with the Healing City Baltimore Coordinator and volunteers on planning and executing the Healing City Summit, which will take place in March 2022.  The Summit seeks to bring together community members through a multi-day event where young people, community members, faith groups, academia come together to share about paths towards healing.  To see videos from the 2021 Summit, see here. The 2022 summit we anticipate will have both virtual and in person offerings.

For more information about Healing City Baltimore, please visit our website at HealingCityBaltimore.com

JOB DUTIES

  • Assist with logistics of running the virtual/hybrid and in person portions of the Healing City Summit.

  • Manage the application process by which individuals and organizations participate in the summit. Create and maintain a database of applicants, and support the selection process with the Healing City Baltimore Events and Engagement Committee. 

  • Support communication with participants and attendees. 

  • Support logistics of in-person events--run of show, signage, contracts that are needed for physical space. 

  • Coordinate with volunteers about their roles and responsibilities at the event.

  • Help create and implement a calendar of considerations leading up the Healing City Summit

  • Support Evaluation Pre-Event

  • Support post-event wrap up: thanking participants, thanking sponsors, and following up on evaluation

Skill Set Required

  • SKILLS REQUIRED

  • Kindness, patience and ability to work with people of all ages from all walks of life

  • Attention to detail

  • Mastery of Google Sheets, Google Docs, Zoom, Slack and Trello and ability to learn new virtual conference platforms

  • Ability to collect and synthesize information from diverse sources

  • Must be creative, resourceful, and able to work in fast paced environment

  • Must be able to multitask

  • Clear Communication Skills

  • Must be reliable

Preferred Areas of Study/Major(s)

Urban Studies, Social Work, Non-Profit Leadership, Human Services Administration, Human Resources or similar fields.

Internship Location

Baltimore, MD

Details

Semester: Spring (Feb - May), Fall (Sep - Dec), Winter (Jan), Ongoing
Year: 2021-2022
Hours per week: 1-10 hours
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: No

Application Requirements

Application Deadline: September 24, 2021
Required Documentation: Resume, Cover Letter, Portfolio
Application Instructions Please email your Resume and Cover letter to Ann@healingcitybaltimore.com

Headquarters

1600 W 41st St
Baltimore, Maryland 21211

About Healing City Baltimore

Healing City Baltimore has brought together over 100 organizations that are working together to support a city-wide movement towards healing, beginning with the passage of the Elijah Cummings Healing City Act. Healing City Baltimore is a sustained movement of neighbors, united as a citywide community. As a community we are working to engage in honest dialogue, learn from diverse perspectives, and embrace our differences. Collectively, we are committed to healing together as a foundation to pursuing a racially, socially and economically just and thriving Baltimore for all.