Under the supervision of the VeloSano Team, the Intern will assist with event and fundraising specific tasks including: customer service to VeloSano participants; Rider & Volunteer interaction; community outreach; and event logistics. Writing skills will also be utilized in the development of our website, flyers, sponsor presentations and more. The Intern will gain experience working for a large non-profit health care organization and learn key core development skills as well as valuable event management and customer service experience.
While working closely with department representatives, participates in a structured learning experience. Performs a variety of administrative tasks and works on various projects. In addition to the personal and academic outcomes noted by the school’s program, at the conclusion of the unpaid, non-clinical student experience at Cleveland Clinic, the intern will be able to:
- Demonstrate the ability to function as an effective team member.
- Apply theoretical knowledge and skills in an authentic business environment.
- Gain new knowledge and develop new skills to successfully engage in unfamiliar tasks and activities.
- Use theoretical knowledge and skills to solve problems.
- Assess, critique and improve her/his knowledge and skills during the internship experience.
- Adapt his/her behavior to different business audiences.
- Act professionally in various environments (e.g., mentor, team, independent, etc.) by adhering to business practices, ethical standards and project commitments.
- (This is an unpaid intern)
Schedule, including days and times, will be determined with supervisor. Candidates will be asked to commit to working at least five (5) days a week from May – August 2020. Ability to work part time in April a plus. Exact start and end dates can be flexible and will be determined with supervisor.
Researches, compiles, tabulates, and analyzes data and processes for a variety of administrative and departmental matters.
Assists department personnel in assigned administrative, planning, organizational, technical, and professional tasks.
Provides suggestions or recommendations with regard to department specific projects.
Prepares and presents reports; drafts policies and procedures; responds to requests for information.
Other duties as assigned.
Current college enrollment required. Current college sophomores and juniors preferred.
Complexity of Learning Experience:
Can discuss and weigh pros and cons and separate critical issues.
Can make definitive choices, expresses opinions on issues and can explain logical path decisions.
Requires full range of body motion including handling/lifting items, manual and finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination.
Requires frequent standing and sitting.
Requires corrected vision and hearing to normal range.
Personal Protective Equipment:
Follows standard precautions using personal protective equipment as required.
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