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The Lung Association Special Events Intern Internship in Toronto, ON

The Lung Association

Branch Toronto ON CA

Position:
Special Events Intern
Location:
Toronto, ON

Is among Canada’s longest standing, most respected not-for-profit health promotion organizations. Has invested more than $27 million into lung health research…

The Lung Association –Special Events Intern

Term:
2017/02

Position Title:
Special Event Intern – WI 17 – 1st half

Position Type:
Internship

Number of Positions:
1

Position Dates:
December 2016- April 2017
Overview of the Organization:

  • is among Canada’s longest standing, most respected not-for-profit health promotion organizations
  • is a leader in the prevention and control of chronic lung disease, asthma, tobacco cessation and prevention, and air quality and its effects on lung health
  • provides education and support to people living with lung disease in Ontario
  • is a registered charity that relies on the generosity of donors and educational partners across the province
  • has invested more than $27 million into lung health research carried out in Ontario
  • Winter 2016 Externship Opportunity: LOCATION: 18 Wynford Drive, Suite 401, Toronto (Don Mills & Eglinton area) REPORTS TO: Community Events Specialist OVERVIEW: This position will be focused on assisting with event marketing for our winter and spring events at the Ontario Lung Association along with other event related administrative duties. Working under the direction of the Community Events Specialist and enlisting volunteer assistance as appropriate, the Special Events Assistant supports the planning and preparation for the 2017 Tulip Day campaign in the Greater Toronto Area and York Region as well as marketing and recruiting for our I Love Lungs Team. All work is carried out in accordance with Ontario Lung Association policies and procedures and the agreed budget. This unpaid internship is ideally suited to students pursuing special events planning or fundraising studies. Learning outcomes include project management skills (tracking progress against critical path and budget), volunteer and participant recruitment and orientation experience and fundraising communication skills. KEY AREAS OF RESPONSIBILITY:
  • Assist with the recruitment of volunteers to assist with deliveries and on-site sales
  • Work with the Community Events Specialist to prepare orientation information for volunteers.
  • Follow up with local businesses and institutions that received the Tulip Day pre-order fax blast to promote the event. Re-engage past Workplace Champions and recruit new ones, directing them to the website to register, and encouraging them in their pre-sales to staff.
  • Other duties as assigned from time to time by the Community Events Specialist. Qualifications:
  • Required Qualifications:
  • previous experience and/or events planning education and demonstrated skills in planning, promoting, implementing and evaluating special events
  • experience recruiting and working with volunteers
  • excellent interpersonal skills and the ability to enlist the cooperation of others
  • good written and verbal communication and presentation skills
  • strong organizational, administrative and time management abilities
  • computer proficiency in Microsoft Office applications including Excel, e-mail and the InternetWorking hours per week: Payment Information:
  • This is a Non Paying Placement
  • 24.00
  • Anticipated Time Commitment: 24 hours per week during office hours (within 8:30 to 4:30, Monday to Friday) January 2 to February 17, 2017 After the placement ends, students are invited to volunteer their time to help with the execution of deliveries and on site sales

Job Type: Internship

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Employment Type: Internship
Location: Toronto, ON, CA
Posted on: 2016-07-09
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