Part-Time Fundraising Event Associate Internship

The Fundraising Event Intern will support Global Camps Africa’s annual fundraising events in New York City and Washington, DC. The internship will be approximately 15hr/week, and will be a volunteer (unpaid) position. While this is a remote internship, we do expect to meet in person a couple times in our Reston, VA offices.


  • Assist the GCA team with achieving the events’ fundraising goals
  • Assist with social media initiatives to increase awareness and online social presence
  • Venue research and onsite visits in D.C.
  • Support tracking and reporting on budget, revenue, and attendees
  • Collect auction items, including use of electronic auction site
  • Periodic communication with attendees and GCA board members
  • Work with caterers, florists, venue managers, auctioneers, and staff to plan event logistics 


This is an excellent opportunity for a student seeking non-profit event and fundraising experience and significant responsibility at the internship level.

  • Organized, highly motivated, courteous, detail oriented, and flexible
  • Ability to work at a professional level in a fast-paced environment
  • Must have excellent verbal, written communication, and research skills
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite, Google Drive, and social media platforms

Application process

Position will remain open until filled. Please submit the following in PDF documents with the subject line “Fundraising Internship Application”: 

  • Resume with related experience
  • Cover Letter expressing interest
  • At least 2 references 
  • Please email completed documents to

Communications and administrative support internship

Global Camps Africa is seeking a qualified volunteer intern to assist with communications, social media, and administrative tasks and duties up to 20 hours per week at the Reston Town Center, Virginia office location.   This is an unpaid position and will begin in January 2018.


  • Working closely with the Event Fundraising Intern to help plan, develop, and execute the 2018 Spring Fundraising Event in Washington D.C.

  • Researching current news about world HIV/AIDS issues and events

  • Drafting and posting to social media sites and organization’s blog

  • Researching and implementing best-practices in digital marketing

  • Administrative duties such as: filing, answering phones, opening mail, drafting correspondence, making travel arrangements, etc.


This is an excellent opportunity for a student seeking broad non-profit experience and significant responsibility at the internship level.

  • outstanding communication, writing, and research skills

  • FAMILIARITY with social media and Google Drive.Teacher recommendation and references will be required.


Please submit the following: