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  • Non-Profit, Public Relations
  • Spring
  • New York, NY
  • 2018

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About Glamour Gals: 

GlamourGals is a nonprofit whose mission is to inspire and organize teen volunteers
to provide ongoing companionship and complimentary beauty makeovers to women living in
senior homes. Our volunteers build a deeper sense of community. They enact local change,
creating confidence in their ability to make a difference. Through mentorship, training, and our
leadership curriculum, the GlamourGals National team supports the personal and professional
development of our volunteers.

Requirements/Necessary Skills for Recruitment: 

GlamourGals is seeking a college student to join our team as an event planning intern for the
Spring 2017 semester. Our event planning intern will be responsible for assisting with three
events, two small events serving 40 volunteers, and one large event serving over 150, as well
as help manage our day-to-day operations as a small nonprofit.
The ideal candidate has an interest in event planning, knowledge of Excel and G-Suite,
excellent writing and communication skills (including email writing, speaking, and telephone
etiquette), attention to detail, and organizational skills. We are looking for a self-starter who has
a willingness to learn and a can-do positive attitude.
Experience with nonprofit work or event planning is a plus.
Interns must be available to work in our Manhattan office at least 1 day a week (Monday
Friday), and to attend occasional weekend events.
Duration: Spring 2017 (January - May)
Hours are flexible depending on your schedule.

Benefits & Perks: 

GG offers our interns:
Mentorship and support from the GlamourGals team
Opportunities to connect with and meet professionals
Business and nonprofit knowledge
Opportunities to participate in research, discussions, and implementation of programming
strategies
Professional development