International Philanthropy Summer Intern
– Reports to the Philanthropy Initiatives Manager
– Works closely with the Indiaspora Founder and other staff members
preferably June 1st
Dupont Circle Area, Washington, D.C.
Indiaspora is looking for a summer intern to help compile two databases:
1) University professors teaching in the U.S. who are Indian-American
2) Philanthropy database of giving by Indians or Indian-Americans to Universities
Other projects as needed.
– Currently enrolled in an undergraduate degree program, preferably in a social science field or international development
– Experience in detailed and in-depth research
– Experience compiling databases
– Excellent Microsoft Excel Skills
– Working knowledge of Indian diaspora in various countries around the world preferred
IMMIGRATION / RESIDENCY STATUS
US citizen or permanent resident only
If interested, please contact our Philanthropy Initiatives Manager, Gabrielle Trippe at email@example.com.
Indiaspora acts as a catalyst to transform the success of Indian Americans into meaningful impact in India, United States and on the global stage. By sharing insight, hosting events and connecting people, Indiaspora aims to unite the professionally, geographically and religiously diverse Indian American community toward collective action.
Founded in 2012 by M.R. Rangaswami, Indiaspora is a nationally recognized 501c(3) non-profit working to shape the future of U.S.-India bilateral and trilateral relations, as well as improve the lives of Indian-Americans and Indians at all levels.
Indiaspora is committed to supporting the Indian American community on all levels.