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LWB US Internship
Libraries Without Borders US is a nonprofit committed to expanding access to information and bridging the digital divide. We partner with libraries, schools, small businesses, community-based organizations and civic institutions to transform laundromats, lobbies, parks, recreational centers, and other public spaces into pop-up learning centers. Through this approach, we literally meet people where they are—whether that’s a laundromat in the Bronx or a refugee camp in Jordan—to amplify the impact of our partners, expand community access to relevant and reliable resources, and equip individuals with opportunities to improve their lives.
Libraries Without Borders US seeks enthusiastic, efficient, highly collaborative and dynamic self-starters. Interns who want to share our passion for expanding access to information and social justice through their specific self-interests and capabilities.
We accept interns in a variety of areas on a rolling basis. If you don’t see a position specific to your interest, feel free to reach out to us.
Ideal candidates are creative thinkers with strong attention to detail, exceptional communication skills and the ability to juggle multiple projects at the same time. They must be curious, organized, eager to learn new skills, flexible and forward-thinking, with backgrounds that reflect a mix of marketing, communications, fundraising, graphic design, research, data analytics, and management. Interns will work independently as well as work closely with the D.C. office to execute a cohesive communications strategy, inclusive of advocacy campaigns, media outreach, press relations, fundraising appeals, and internal as well as public-facing communications specific to Baltimore projects. This is the perfect internship for people who want to gain hands-on experience in the nonprofit sector while deepening their marketing and communications skills.
Ideal candidates are highly organized, detail-oriented, collaborative and curious about the varied components of managing the finances of a non-profit organization. They must be able to “roll with the punches” as well as think ahead to plan and prioritize varied tasks. A background in finance, accounting or business is preferred, but not required. Candidates must feel comfortable using Excel, Salesforce and Quickbooks (or demonstrate a willingness to learn). This is the perfect internship for people who want to gain hands-on experience in the nonprofit sector while deepening their skills in finance, accounting, development, and data collection.