Marketing Internship at Raised by Us/See Job Listing Below

Raised By Us Nonprofit Marketing Internship

Casper, Squarespace, Shutterstock, and Bonobos all have one thing in common: they are part of the network of companies partnering with Raised By Us to inspire their employees to give back. 

Raised By Us is a nonprofit organization that runs workplace philanthropy programs for high growth companies.  Our programs are designed to create philanthropic habits by engaging employees in volunteering and donating to charity.

We are looking for an intern to support our mission for one day per week at our office in Midtown Manhattan.  Your main responsibility would be producing a volunteer newsletter for one of our key clients. This is a one-month internship with the possibility for extension to six months or longer.


  • Produce a monthly newsletter with volunteer opportunities 
  • Research local nonprofits and contact organizations
  • Design and write a newsletter in Mailchimp
  • Maintain contact lists in Google Sheets
  • Track newsletter performance
  • Manage volunteer RSVPs and cancellations
  • Send updates and answer questions for volunteers and nonprofit organizations 


  • An undergraduate student currently enrolled in classes
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Able to work independently
  • Attention to detail
  • Highly organized
  • Experience using Excel or Google Sheets

Nice to have 

  • Marketing experience/Experience with volunteering and/or nonprofits
  • Experience with Mailchimp


  • Build skills in marketing, project management, and relationship building
  • Own a discrete deliverable 
  • Get support and coaching from the team as needed
  • Attend team meetings and participate in events
  • Flexible schedule for students
  • Compensation and/or school credit available

Next steps

Email a short note about why you’re interested, your resume, and which day(s)/time(s) you’re available to work in our office

Calling All Spring 2020 Interns to Portfolio Building workshops Tuesdays in January

So, if you have an internship already for Spring AND especially if you do not, come down to the Pearl Building Room 116 and work with three of our COMD adjunct faculty and let them help YOU work on YOUR portfolio.

WHO: Pels, Prusko & Waraksa 

WHAT: Portfolio Building & Breaking Into The Industry Workshop 

WHEN: Every Tuesday in January 

WHERE: City Tech, P116

Afraid Creative Directors will rip your portfolio apart? Let us do it first.

It’ll be a lot less painful. We’re three experienced, award-winning advertising and design creative directors, and we’re making ourselves available — for free — to tell you if your portfolio is good enough to compete in the world’s toughest job market, New York. If it needs work, we’ll advise you how to make it better, so you stand a better chance getting that internship, freelance or job you desire. 

Richard Pels, David Prusko, & David Waraksa, CityTech Lecturers and working professionals with decades of combined professional experience are offering a free one month long Intensive Winter Workshop where you can pitch your work and get professional feedback with loving guidance and pointed direction before you enter that wolf infested job hunting world. We love our profession, we love City Tech, and want to help you get a leg up on your competition. #BringIt #GetIt #Lit

Every Tuesday in January — room P116, 12-3pm.


Marketing and Communications Spring Internship at Girls, Inc.

Girls, Inc. is a non-profit group and part of their mission statement is below:

“Girls Inc. opens opportunities to girls who are too often shut out from them. In a society that systematically undervalues and undermines girls—especially girls living in poverty and girls of color—we ensure that they grow up healthy, educated, and independent. Through our research-based programs, safe spaces, and long-term mentoring relationships, we change the trajectories of girls’ lives. At Girls Inc., girls discover their strengths, build lasting skills, and become leaders in their communities. We also advocate with and for girls, on a local and national scale, advancing policies that expand their rights and promote equity for all. Learn more at .”

Job Description : The Marketing and Communications Intern will support a wide variety of digital communications, marketing, media relations, and design projects. With the growing importance of social media on an organization’s visibility, the intern will heavily support the Girls Inc. social media strategy. Working closely with the Public Policy Department, the Intern will lend valuable support on the implementation of the #GirlsToo advocacy campaign addressing the sexual harassment and violence too many girls and young people face.

For details on the position and the contact information for applying, see the PDF attached.