Research Intern

Job Overview:

Save The Music Foundation is seeking a Research Intern who will work closely with the Development team and will be primarily responsible for prospective donor research. The intern will cover in-depth research projects covering a variety of regions and focuses, generating results that will assist with the Development team’s growth and help expand their reach to foundations, corporations, and individuals. Project scopes will vary in size and specificity; a sample research project could be compiling a list of corporations headquartered in Los Angeles whose philanthropic funding priorities include music or education. By the end of this internship, the intern will have gained insight into the non-profit fundraising process as well as valuable professional work experience and skills.

 

Requirements:

● Rising college junior or senior or recent graduate
● Thorough research skills
● Excellent time management
● Ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines
● A passion for music education

Start Date:

January 9, 2023

Compensation:

This is a paid, part-time internship at $15 per hour, 10 hours per week.

Location:

Remote

How to apply:

Interested candidates should send a resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Research Intern”.

SAVE THE MUSIC FOUNDATION

The mission of the Save The Music Foundation (STM), a 501c3 non-profit organization, is to help students, schools and communities reach their full potential through the power of making music.

We are a compassionate team of educators, professionals, activists, and artists dedicated to serving the greater good. We are building a movement to fight social injustice and inequities within education and society through the power of making music. We believe that music is a common language that brings people together and is an essential tool for educating the next generation of community leaders.

We believe that every student benefits from music education and that music education builds life skills that help students after they leave the music classroom. In-school music and arts education is fundamental and a necessary component of a well-rounded education for all students pre-Kindergarten through 12th grade.

We believe strategic investments in public school music education programs sparks growth in a community’s music ecosystem. By collaborating and convening with community stakeholders, we strive to authentically support our partners to create sustainable, in-school music education programs and professional pathways for young people.

From our governing and advisory boards to our operating team, we strive to be representative of the varied races and ethnicities, genders and sexual orientations, religious and political beliefs, and abilities of the communities we serve. We want to recruit, retain, and advance diverse talent because it makes our work more effective, creative, and resilient. If you are passionate about music and education, highly skilled in your field, and looking for a place where you can bring all of yourself to work, we want you.