These internships afford unique opportunities to understand the inner-workings of a non-profit organization, and learn and contribute to the social, cultural, economic, political, and security dimensions of the U.S.-Korea relationship.
The work schedule is flexible and will be discussed during the interview. This is an unpaid internship and that class credit is provided is applicable.
* Research, update and maintain database records
* Help identify potential program topics and speakers
* Research partnership opportunities with other institutions and groups
* Prepare promotional materials for upcoming programs
* Assist in pre-program promotional outreach efforts
* Research new funding sources in the form of donor campaigns, corporate sponsors and foundation grants
* Assist in the preparation and implementation of special fundraising events
* Research press articles relating to The Korea Society
* Monitor the reception desk and direct incoming calls
* Perform various administrative tasks to support departments
* Willingness to staff gallery during opening hours and support project planning, design, implementation and execution
* Class credit available
Applicants for these positions must:
* Be proficient in Microsoft Office applications
* Be capable of conducting detail-oriented Internet searches
* Possess exceptional communications skills, polite phone etiquette, and strong writing abilities
* Korean language aptitude is welcomed but not required
* Send Bachelors or Masters transcript, resume and writing sample (Policy/Arts)
When applying, please indicate the preferred department(s): Contemporary Issues, The Arts, Film, Development, Media, or Korean Studies. Please be advised that placement in the desired department is subject to availability.
About Korea Society
A nonprofit organization that is dedicated solely to the promotion of greater awareness, understanding and cooperation between the people of the U.S. and Korea.