Grant Writer (Contract Position)
The Grant Writer will provide general grant writing services associated with the completion and submission of foundation grant proposals and reports, including preparing grant applications, meeting with staff members for the purposes of planning and preparing narratives, and ensuring all narrative requirements established by the funder are satisfied prior to submission. Contract will be from date of award until June 30, 2017, with an option to extend for one additional year.
For a detailed Request for Proposal, please CLICK HERE
Only those applicants selected for an interview will receive a response. The position will be filled as soon as an exceptional candidate is found. It is therefore recommended that you submit your materials at your earliest convenience but no later than February 28, 2017.
GSA Network internships are a valuable opportunity to gain hands-on experience working in a LGBTQ non-profit setting, working for a dynamic LGBTQ youth-driven organization. Interns may work on outreach and technical assistance to GSA clubs, curriculum development, writing program resources, media or press work, lobbying and policy advocacy, event planning, individual donor fundraising, database systems, office support, and many other exciting activities.
Internships are available year round, and are paid according to the local minimum wage unless otherwise noted. GSA Network can offer school credit for internships where available, please check with your school regarding guidelines. GSA Network does not have the ability to provide relocation benefits to interested parties. The job descriptions reflect the essential functions of each internship; they do not prescribe or restrict the tasks that may be assigned. Selections are made as the applicant pool allows and continue until the position is filled.
Local Campaign Development Intern, Southern California
Based out of the Los Angeles office, this intern will be supporting the development of a youth-led campaign, working on a campaign launch connected to the GSA Day for Racial Justice (an annual day of action on or around February 20). The intern will help to coordinate logistics and trainings for the GSA Day for Racial Justice, and help to coordinate and prepare for planning meetings and strategy sessions leading up the the GSA Day for Racial Justice. The intern will also attend and play a support role for a January organizing training for core youth leaders in GSA Network’s Southern California programs, and will help to coordinate follow up for the campaign after the GSA Day for Racial Justice.
For the full internship description and instructions on how to apply CLICK HERE. Applications will be accepted until January 8, 2017.