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  • Women in Nepal

    Development Intern

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    The Women's Refugee Commission advocates for laws, policies and programs to improve the lives and protect the rights of refugee and internally displaced women, children and adolescents, and asylum seekers. Through research, advocacy and technical assistance, the Women's Refugee Commission works to effect systemic changes that have global impact.

    Women's Refugee Commission is legally part of the International Rescue Committee, a non-profit 501(c)3 organization. The Women's Refugee Commission receives no direct financial support from the IRC.

    The Development team consists of three staff engaged in all aspects of fundraising for the Women's Refugee Commission. Our team works closely with program officers and senior leadership to determine funding needs. We prospect and cultivate resources from a variety of groups and individuals, including: foundations, United States and international government agencies, philanthropists, NGOs and corporations.

    The intern will be an integrated member of the Development team, gaining experience and expertise on many areas of non-profit development, including opportunities to gain skills for the Raiser’s Edge fundraising database. The intern will also conduct prospect research and support special events. This is a great opportunity for an energetic individual to learn about fundraising on a global scale for an advocacy organization.


    • Assist with updating and maintaining the database (Raiser's Edge), individual records and mailing lists.
    • Support all aspects of Annual Voices of Courage Awards Luncheon and other planned cultivation events.
    • Prospect research on foundations, individuals, corporations, government agencies, and NGOs.
    • Support the team’s efforts by performing a range of administrative tasks.


    • The ideal candidate should be a graduate student who displays:
    • Strong research, writing and communication skills.
    • Enthusiasm for issues related to refugee women, children and youth.
    • Ability to work both in a team and independently.
    • Excellent knowledge of Microsoft office programs, including Word and Excel.
    • Willingness to learn new database systems.
    • Attention to detail, patience, ability to juggle multiple projects.

    This internship is unpaid and requires a commitment of 20 hours per week starting September 1st.

    IRC leading the way from harm to home. 

    IRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
     IRC considers all applicants on the basis of merit without regard to race, sex, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, age, marital status, veteran status or disability.

    To apply for this position, please visit the IRC website.