INFORUM seeks a part-time intern to assist the INFORUM team in all daily activities.

Intern Position Description

  • Assist in event planning and execution
  • Manage communication with local calendar editors and maintain inforum web calendar postings
  • Perform research for creative event ideas and potential guests
  • Market specific programs to community organizations to garner attendance at Club events and maintain a record of all Inforum speakers and events
  • Create event flyers and prepare materials for Club events
  • Meet cool people

Qualifications:

Excellent communication skills, good grammar and an interest in public affairs are each necessary characteristics of our future intern. Hopefully you are a quick learner, you pay attention to detail and are willing to engage in administrative tasks.

No stipend is available, but we offer college credit and the chance to acquire hands-on experience at the nation's oldest & largest public affairs forum. This position offers great contacts, location and background for anyone interested in non-profit work, as well as the opportunity to interface with leading figures from politics, media, academia and the arts. 

Please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to jobs@commonwealthclub.org with "Inforum Internship" in the subject line.

 

The Commonwealth Club is a nonprofit, nonpartisan public forum.