Event Planning Intern

Alliance for Girls

Alliance for Girls

Event Planning Intern

Oakland, CA
Part Time
Unpaid
  • Responsibilities

    Working closely with the Membership and Marketing Manager, the Event Planning Intern will provide general and logistical support on projects related to Alliance for Girls’ year-round workshops and member events including the 6th Annual Conference in May 2018.

    This internship offers a dynamic opportunity to gain experience in event planning and coordination, volunteer management, community organizing and working at a rapidly growing non-profit.

    • Assist in logistics and coordination of workshops, events, and the annual conference in May 2018
    • Support outreach and creation of marketing materials for workshops (average attendance: 30), the membership meeting (target attendance: 140) and annual conference (target attendance: 500)
    • Research and contact potential vendors including venues, caterers, and rentals
    • Assist in securing in-kind donations and sponsorships
    • Recruit and manage volunteers as needed to assist with event setup/breakdown, tabling, registration, and ushering attendees
    • Perform administrative tasks as needed
  • Qualifications
    • Prospective candidates should be undergraduate or graduate students or recent graduates who are passionate about girls’ and women’s issues and are interested in gaining experience in coordinating a variety of events.

    • Ideal candidates are self-starters, organized, entrepreneurial, have strong communication skills, are comfortable making phone calls and delegating, and have some experience organizing events.

    • A valid driver’s license and access to a car are recommended but not required.

  • Industry
    Non-Profit
  • Fun Fact
    Our founding executive director started the organization when she was 24!
  • About Us
    Alliance for Girls is the largest alliance of girls' organizations and champions in the country. We represent 180+ organizations and leaders that collectively support 300,000 girls in the SF Bay Area.