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Employment Opportunities at SPN

Spring Development Intern

SPN has an opening for a full- to part-time, paid intern to assist the development team in a small, congenial, and professional office.  This position extends to from early January through May, with flexibility to extend further.

The Development Intern will assist with:

  • Direct mail processing
  • Analysis of direct mail results
  • Donor research
  • Donor communications and outreach
  • Organizing records on database, SharePoint

 

The ideal candidate will have the following attributes:

  • Prefer someone with experience working with databases, particularly fundraising programs
  • Very accurate and detail-oriented
  • Highly organized
  • Strong work ethic
  • Confidentiality
  • Flexible and eager to learn
  • Team player with upbeat personality
  • Entrepreneurial spirit and ability to be a self-starter

Please send a cover letter and resume to hughes@spn.org 

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About SPN

State Policy Network is made up of free market think tanks - at least one in every state - fighting to limit government and advance market-friendly public policy at the state and local levels. SPN and our members make the Founders' vision for the American Republic a reality as the nation's only 50-state distribution network for market-oriented public policy ideas. Our programs advance and defend American liberty and free enterprise by assisting new start-up organizations, growing existing state think tanks, recruiting talent to the think tank industry, developing strategic partnerships, and promoting the free-market state movement. Read More

Contact Information

1655 North Fort Myer Drive
Suite 360
Arlington, VA 22209

Phone (703) 243-1655
Fax (703) 740-0314
E-mail info at SPN.org

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