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Non-Profit Animal Rescue Internship

The Pixel Fund

Non-Profit Animal Rescue Internship

Oviedo, FL
Internship
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    Job Description

    THE PIXEL FUND is currently looking for a forward-thinking, animal-loving student who would be interested in working with our non-profit and a team of 100+ volunteers. This is a perfect opportunity for any student needing volunteer hours for scholarships as well!

    This internship will teach direct responsibilities in working with a non-profit. Ideal candidates would be interested in running a business or non-profit, human services, volunteering, animal rescue, public relations or marketing. We'd love a student who can bring new and fresh ideas to marketing the organization and our animals, create new fundraising events and work with our fosters to increase community support!

    Primary duties will include:

    • Retrieving animal veterinarian records
    • Scanning and inputting vet records in to each animal's profile
    • Participating in adoption events when able
    • Assisting with marketing photo shoots
    • Developing creative ways to market rescue animals
    • Working on ideas for new fundraising efforts
    • One hour/week assisting with our kitten condos at local pet stores
    • Other admin or marketing tasks as needed

    This is a great opportunity to work with a non-profit and gain valuable insight to the animal rescue world. Our ideal candidate would be able to donate 8 hours per week (one day), however we can absolutely approve more hours if they're needed for scholarship or volunteer hour commitments.

  • Qualifications

    Qualifications null Additional Information

    Since The Pixel Fund doesn't have local admin offices, work will be conducted out of the Kristen Weaver Photography office in Oviedo, FL (approx. 10 minutes from UCF) and under the direction of the Internship Director, Kristen Weaver.

    All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines.