Position: Nonprofit Business Partnerships Intern
Reports to: Partnerships Associate
Location: Washington, DC
The Brady Campaign and Center to Prevent Gun Violence is seeking a highly motivated, creative, organized Nonprofit Business Partnerships Intern. Come join a brand new and growing partnerships team; we're recruiting an intern interested in learning how nonprofits develop and implement and engagement structure to build revenue and public support. The Nonprofit Business Partnerships Intern will report directly to the Partnerships Associate but will work closely with the partnerships team and Brady staff to gain experience and accomplish goals.
- Conduct research and analysis on prospective and existing partners
- Draft and/or edit business development materials such as correspondence, reports, proposals
- Assist with database management in NEON, Brady's database
- Complete a semester-specific project based on the team's needs
- Participate in special events meetings and calls
- Attend department and staff meetings
- Assist with special projects as needed
- Assist with administrative projects as needed
An Ideal Candidate:
- Responsible, flexible, hard-working, ethical and committed to Brady's mission
- Possess a high level of organizational skills and be detail-oriented
- Possess solid oral and written communications skills
- Skilled at a variety of computer skills including Microsoft Office Suite
- Desire to learn more about philanthropy and business development as well as the nonprofit and GVP sectors
- Experience with databases is a plus, but not required
- Current or recently graduated college or graduate student
- This is an unpaid intern position
- College credit can be awarded
- Duration of Internship:
- Flexible (min. 15 hours/ week)
How to Apply:Please submit a resume and cover letter including availability to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating "Nonprofit Business Partnerships Intern" in the subject line.
For more than 40 years, the Brady Center to Prevent Gun Violence has been the leading national voice in the prevention of gun violence with an unrivaled history of success. The Brady Bill, which was signed into law in 1993, remains the single most effective gun violence prevention policy in history, with Brady background checks blocking more than 3 million sales of guns to prohibited purchasers such as domestic abusers, convicted violent criminals, and people with dangerous mental illnesses. In the words of President Bill Clinton, "countless people are alive today" because of the work of Jim and Sarah Brady and the Brady Center.
Brady has established the bold vision to cut U.S. gun deaths in half by 2025 through a strategy that focuses on the common ground shared by the overwhelming majority of Americans: keeping guns out of the hands of the dangerous people we all agree should not have them. Brady is committed to doing this through three focused, sustained, impact-driven campaigns:
Slow the flow of crime guns into impacted communities by reforming or shutting down the small number of gun dealers who break the law, sell guns to dangerous people just to make a profit, and supply the criminal market with guns that are devastating communities across the country.
Public Health and Safety Campaigns that keep guns out of the hands of children and beat back the gun lobby myth that a gun in the home makes you safer through the ASK (Asking Saves Kids) campaign, Suicide-Proof Your Home, and TalkAboutGuns.org and Brady's new umbrella social norm change campaign.
Strengthen and protect the background check system by expanding effective, lifesaving Brady background checks to all gun sales, including private sales, where 20% of gun sales in our nation go unchecked every single day. This policy solution is supported by 93 percent of the American people.