World Wildlife Fund offers Corporate Relations Summer Internship to support WWF’s conservation work around the world, 2012 USA
Study Subject(s):Corporate Relations
Internship Provider: World Wildlife Fund
Internship can be taken at: USA
Eligibility:-Interest in corporate philanthropy and the intersection between corporations and conservation
-Familiarity with corporate CSR initiatives and trends
-Familiarity with MS Office Excellent writing and research skills
-Attention to detail Organized, self-motivated and flexible
-College junior or senior
-Available 30-35 hours per week
Internship Open for International Students: No
Is this paid internship? No
Internship Description: The Corporate Relations team works with top US corporations to develop philanthropic partnerships to support WWF’s conservation work around the world. The Corporate Relations Intern will be a contributing member of the team, working closely with staff on new business development and management of current donors.The Intern will have the opportunity to gain direct insight into the intersection between corporations and conservation through internal partner planning meetings and strategic brainstorming sessions.The intern must receive academic credit through his/her university for their work.
How to Apply: By E-mail
Internship Application Deadline: April 27, 2012.