Intern, Stoneleigh Foundation
This year is Stoneleigh’s tenth anniversary. In recognition of this milestone, the staff is working with consultants to refresh our visual identity this spring and launch a new website this fall. In addition, Stoneleigh is ramping up its data collection and information management efforts, which include identifying better systems to more effectively manage grants, coordinate communications activities, and capture key data on our impact. The intern will work closely with Stoneleigh staff to execute these important projects.
This is a full-time, paid internship open to graduate students and undergraduate juniors and seniors. Ideally, the internship would begin in late May or early June and last until late August or early September.
- Assist with Stoneleigh’s website redesign by:
- Providing input on functionality and testing new technologies for website enhancements.
- Editing existing material and generating new content for the website.
- Cataloging existing website content and preparing content for transfer to a new site.
- Develop content for the Foundation’s 10th anniversary (may include drafting original content for the web and print materials and/or assisting with the execution of public events).
- Investigate new systems and tools to more effectively manage grants, coordinate communications activities, and capture key data on our impact.
- Support the staff to ensure a smooth transition to a new system, including updating and organizing existing data.
- Familiarity with data management (e.g., Access, Excel, SPSS, Salesforce) and/or web content management systems (e.g., Drupal, WordPress);
- Highly organized with exceptional attention to detail;
- Demonstrated ability to produce excellent written materials;
- Interest in issues related to vulnerable children and youth, such as child welfare, juvenile justice, youth violence, education, and health;
- Self-sufficient and capable of seeking out answers to questions; and
- Enjoys collaborating with others and brings a sense of humor to the workplace.
About the Foundation
The Stoneleigh Foundation was founded in 2007 by John and Chara Haas to improve the life outcomes of Greater Philadelphia’s most vulnerable youth. The Foundation meets this mission by awarding Fellowships to leading practitioners, researchers, and policymakers working to advance reforms in the systems that serve these young people – such as juvenile justice, child welfare, education, and health. Over the past ten years, our Fellows have developed new approaches to service design and delivery, changed how systems work together to better meet the needs of youth, and generated new knowledge through action-oriented research.
How to Apply
Complete the form below by the close of business on May 1st.
Please note that the Stoneleigh Foundation is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to building a diverse staff.
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