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CLASSIFICATION:   Part -Time (20 hours/week)/Non-Exempt
LOCATION:             Remote /Hybrid (As determined by local office)
COMPENSATION:   $25/hour
DURATION:            Two Semesters, Fall 2022 and Spring 2023 (30 Weeks)

LISC is seeking a motivated Intern who is ready to apply knowledge of community development, business practices and processes in a fast-paced, real-world environment. The intern will assist in deployment of grants and other financial investments, writing reports, conducting research, analyzing data, support with affordable housing and wealth-building initiatives, technical assistance, and making recommendations to strengthen relationships with community partners. This will be a valuable experience for any student pursuing a career in Nonprofit Management, Social Services, Finance, Political Science or Business Administration.
Office Location by City: Atlanta, Charlotte, Duluth, Houston, Jacksonville, Memphis, Philadelphia, Richmond, Washington DC, Detroit

Duties and Responsibilities

·      Support local office with community development financial objectives
·      Help plan and design business processes and make recommendations for improvement
·      Perform research and analysis in support of operations
·      Assist in resolving issues using systems and data
·      Help launch new initiatives by coordinating, managing schedules, taking meeting minutes
· Conducting research, write reports, and other duties as assigned
·      May perform additional projects upon request


·      Compensation of $25 per Hour
·      Flexible schedule for students
·      Practical experience with varied business activities
·      Shadowing, mentoring, and training with experienced business professionals
·      Opportunity to attend business meetings and networking events


·      Geographic restrictions: currently enrolled at an HBCU or local college within LISC regions
·      Graduating Juniors or Seniors* Exceptions will be considered for the right candidate
·      Minimum 3.0 GPA
·      Experience with Microsoft Office Suite
·      Excellent critical thinking and problem-solving skills
·      Good written and verbal communication skills
·      Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills
·      Must undergo and pass national background clearance check
*May consider an eager and qualified sophomore as well