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INTERNSHIPS

Habitat for Humanity DeKalb (HFHD) is seeking interns with specialized skill sets and a passion for influence to truly own their part of our business in this unique and impactful leadership opportunity.

Put your strengths to use balancing social-corporate responsibilities with Habitat for Humanity – DeKalb where you’ll personally own and manage a part of a business for the nation’s leading community development organization. Each intern will be a part of one of the multiple facets of our organization!

 

Digital Website & Social Media - Growing audience and communicating our mission through Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube and www.habitatdekalb.com

 

Marketing Development - Utilizing marketing to focus our organizations energies and resources on a course of action leading to increased presence, fundraising, and relationship management:

    • Building Social Media presence on Facebook, LinkedIn, YouTube
    • Refining general corporate strategy
    • Developing tactics and actions
    • Testing and deploying marketing strategies
    • Materials development

Operational Enhancements – involvement in Board of Directors sub-committees for strategy development and deployment:

    • Family Selection
    • Family Support
    • Construction
    • Site Selection
    • Volunteer Coordinating
    • Fundraising

Through this unpaid internship program, Habitat for Humanity - DeKalb Interns will receive:

  • Letters of recommendation from HFHD’s program liaison
  • Online credits for any marketing/website/social media work
  • Academic approval for credits
  • Formal recognition in the board’s minutes
  • Opportunity to attend board meetings and related networking events
  • Professional growth through educational events and leadership roles
  • Practical experience in social-corporate responsibilities

Schedule & Location

  • Flexible weekly schedule ranging up to 40 hours monthly
  • Convenient office location in Tucker

 

Interested in interning with us?

Send questions and your information to Executive Director, Sharon Steele