Little Pink Houses of Hope is a non-profit organization that serves breast cancer patients and their families propelling families to live stronger, laugh harder and love deeper. The organization provides free week-long vacation retreat experiences for breast cancer patients going through treatment and their families.
The Little Pink’s programming effectively meets families where they are on their journey and provides support for each family member as well as for the unit as a whole. Little Pink responds to the needs of breast cancer survivors so that they can focus on strengthening their family; by spending quality time as a family unit, by meeting other families in the same health condition, and by creating an ongoing support network. Little Pink provides opportunities for families to de-stress from the rigor of appointments and cancer treatments.
Little Pink is headquartered in Burlington, North Carolina and is governed by an 11-member Board of Directors, comprised of members of the local community.
2019 Spring Special Events Intern
Description Little Pink Houses of Hope is seeking an intern with a strong knowledge and understanding of the event planning, including marketing, PR, ticket sales, and community engagement. The primary responsibility will be coordinating and implementing the 2019 Spring Amazing Race event (April) and planning for the fall Dancing with the Little Pink Stars fundraiser (Oct). The intern hired for this position will need strong critical thinking skills, be able to work within a team environment and be interested in non-profit management and special event planning.
- Coordinating community partners to participate in Signature Events (Amazing Race, Dining Under the Stars, DWTS Gala)
- Secure and train volunteers
- Create appropriate event materials
- Strategically plan the events with a group of volunteers and Development Director
- Steward community partners
- Create promotional materials
- Recruit community members to participate
- Support Development Director as needed
Students applying for this internship should be in their Junior year as a Marketing/Business, Public Relations, Journalism, Hospitality Management or Communications major with at least a 3.0 GPA and a solid understanding of event planning. Strong communication and writing skills are required. Must demonstrate creativity and understand the importance of time management. Must be able to work at least 20 hrs/week. This is an unpaid internship where university credit can be earned if communicated with your institution.
Submit one document that includes your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis or until the position(s) are filled. Please note that only candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. For more information on the organization, please visit www.littlepink.org