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Special Olympics North Carolina is currently seeking interns to serve in various departments for the Spring 2019 semester. The time commitment can vary from 15 to 20 hours a week, depending on the internship requirements and event schedule. Please note that locations for internships may vary. All intern positions are on a strictly volunteer basis.
- Strong analytical, written and verbal communication skills
- Demonstrated knowledge of computers and system/software programs utilized by SONC
- Possess a valid driver’s license or have transportation to/from work
- Ability to travel as needed
- Experience with PC Microsoft Windows and the software programs associated with Windows
Intern Work Schedule:
- Suggested Spring schedule: 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. for two-three days a week anytime Monday through Friday, with added evenings and weekends as position demands
- Suggested Spring 2019 schedule: minimum of 15 hours (typically 3 days a week)
- Spring schedule must include Summer Games 5/31 to 6/2/19
- Schedule is flexible and can vary week to week as necessary
Specific intern positions available include Communications, Sports, Volunteer Engagement, Development, Athlete & Program Development, Health, and Unified Schools.
To learn more about SONC’s intern program or to express interest in a position, send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are applying for a communications internship, please also send three writing samples with one being a feature story. Other examples of writing samples could be a press release or media alert.