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Resource Development Intern, Mason City, IA


Summer & Fall 2012

United Way of North Central Iowa seeks a motivated, detail-oriented, self-starter with an interest in non-profit fundraising who can work well with others and fill an integral role in our Resource Development department this summer and fall.


·         Conduct Research

·         Review local and national news and business publications for related materials.

·         Contact local businesses to get a sense of their charitable plans.

·         Provide support for volunteer training sessions and campaign events as needed.

·         Update donor information in organizational database.

·         Safeguard the confidentiality of donor information at all times.

·         Develop new content for marketing publications.

·         Assist other members of the staff in conducting large-scale mailings to potential donors as needed.

·         Implement communication plan in local and area businesses.

·         Perform other tasks as assigned.


·         Interest in fundraising, health and human service organizations, and the non-profit sector.

·         Extensive computer skills, including proficiency with MS Office software, research processes.

·         Detail-oriented and organized with strong written and verbal communication skills.

·         A commitment to professional ethics and ability to handle sensitive and confidential information.

·         Demonstrated ability to work individually and in a team environment and meet goals in a timely manner.

·         Punctuality and dependability.

Please submit resume and cover letter to:

United Way of North Central Iowa

Attn: Human Resource Department - Internship

P.O. Box 1465

Mason City, IA 50402-1465



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