Kellin Foundation - Special Events Coordinator/Program Development Intern

Company Description

The Kellin Foundation is a nonprofit (501c3) organization that supports children, individuals, families, and communities to achieve safety and wellness.  We provide personalized and comprehensive community-based programming.  Our goals are to assist individuals and communities with safety, restore hope, facilitate healing, and achieve holistic wellness.  We believe that mental, physical, social, and spiritual well-being all contribute to the ability of individuals to reach their full potential, and thus, we use an integrated approach to our programming.

At the Kellin Foundation, we believe that services and programming should be principle-driven.  As a Board, we have spent much time thinking about what principles are important to us so that we could develop our services and programming consistent with those principles. 

A core principle to us is authentic partnership.  We believe in co-creating authentic partnerships that allow for people, professionals, and communities to work together to achieve their goals.  This is the backbone of our motto of making a difference together!

You can read more about us at

Intern Responsibilities

Assists with outreach, community education, and planning as well as strategic planning and preparation for outreach and fundraising events. Work with a committee of highly motivated individuals to plan and execute outreach events. Assist with the development of agency materials for distribution, Assist with social media outreach plan, Attend all project meetings, Assist with outreach to secure identified auction items, Comfortable working in interdisciplinary team, yet also working independently, Be dependable, well-organized, and accountable.

Pay Rate

$2,500 for 10-weeks



M-F (flexible and TBD)

Start Date

End Date


Start / End date flexible?

Please note: all Fellows will attend the Leonard Kaplan Leadership Institute at the Center for Creative Leadership on either June 11 & 12, 2018 or June 18 & 19, 2018. If hired as an intern through the Fellows Program, you will attend one of the sessions in June.

Our organization is interested in hiring:

Undergraduate students (sophomore or above)
Students seeking a master's or doctoral degree
Work Authorization: Our organization will consider hiring interns with the following work authorization:

U.S. Citizen or permanent resident

Majors Seeking

Human service related; Marketing; Communications
Address of Internship location

2110 Golden Gate Drive, Suite B, Greensboro, NC 27405

Required Qualifications:

Sophomore student or above, Responsible and reliable, Ready to work as part of a dynamic team that makes a difference in the community.

Work Environment

The Kellin Foundation is a small, but mighty organization that started in 2015 and has served over 5,000 children and families since we opened. We have specific work stations reserved for our interns and students in an open space with windows. We occupy two floors of a building and that space is used for client interaction and administration of programs. We have a very collaborative team who remain highly energized by the work that we do to make a difference in the lives of children and families across the community.
Additional Internship Perks

Casual Fridays, free coffee, great staff, summer staff retreat, kitchen, positive work atmosphere, significant networking with local agencies and businesses

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