InternshipEstimated: $42,000 - $58,000 a year
- Communication Skills
- Microsoft Office
- Google Suite
Full Job Description
Who We Are
Capital Village PCS is a small learning community where learners take the lead, grow together and change the world. We are an intentionally small middle school (grades 5-8) with no more than 45 students per grade level and two teachers in every classroom. We will open in Ward 5 of Washington, DC in August 2020 and will serve grades 5 and 6 in our first year. Grounded in the principles of EL Education (formerly known as Expeditionary Learning), our students will master academic content through engaging social justice projects. Our first campus will open in Washington, DC in Fall 2020.
Who You Are
You believe that school can be different, and you want to use your voice and your skills to help shape an innovative new school model that will ultimately grow to serve hundreds of students across the city.
You are, above all, a learner. Your potential is limitless, because you are constantly growing as a person and as a professional.
You are driven by the belief that all children, regardless of their background or their zip code, can achieve at the highest levels. You believe that it is the job of a school to provide the right supports so every student can succeed, including the implementation of restorative justice practices.
You are team-oriented and love to collaborate with others. You understand that founding a school is hard work, and you are excited to roll up your sleeves and get to work.
Operations Associate Internship
We are seeking a Business Operations Intern, who is highly organized, full of creative ideas and eager to contribute to our growth as an organization. The intern will gain visibility into the inner workings and aspects of the operations field and provide concrete deliverables.
Available to work 10 hours a week on a consistent basis
Available to attend weekly check-ins with manager
Both in-person and virtual work required
Responsibilities and Duties
Assist Director of Operations in administrative duties
Support Capital Village School's student recruitment and enrollment goals by distributing print materials, connecting with families and students in various community spaces
Fully support Capital Village School's community engagement strategy and execute it in different phases
Build and update databases of stakeholders and community partnerships
Assist in the maintenance of Capital Village's online presence including website and online calendar
Communicate and build relationships with current and new stakeholders
Perform research and market analysis activities
Assist with the design, editing, production, and distribution of print and online materials
Work independently and with a team on special and ongoing projects
Qualifications and Skills
Rising junior or senior currently enrolled in a university/college
Business majors preferred
Minimum of one leadership role on campus
Highly organized and detail-oriented
Exceptional problem-solving skills
Accuracy and attention to detail
Demonstrated relationship and community building skills
Strong verbal and written communication skills
Experience planning large projects and tracking progress to goals
Experience in Microsoft Office and Google Suite
Benefits and Perks (Unpaid, but awesome)
Documentation of hours for college credit is available
Flexibility in setting work hours
Gain hands-on experience and connections in operations and school reform
Develop real-world experience in a start-up organization
Personalized professional development with executive leadership as a mentor
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