Job Description

The Marketing & Communications Intern will have the opportunity to work closely with the Founder & Director to implement the fundraising and communications plans, and assist in a broad variety of fundraising tasks, grant writing, social media engagements and database support, and other tasks as needed. This internship offers the opportunity to gain valuable non-profit experience and be in a lively office space of hundreds of global social sector professionals.

The intern will be responsible for many administrative functions, and will work on these main areas:

  • Write and post engaging content on the GOF’s social media platforms in keeping with our voice and branding

  • Expand engagement with our content and build our online following with targeted growth techniques (organic and paid)

  • Share ideas and display creativity in social media marketing efforts

  • Produce donor communications, including newsletters, mailers, gift receipts, etc.

  • Assisting in drafting and updating current templates for improved donor retention efforts such as acknowledgement letters, appeals and thank you letters

  • Assist in planning, writing and managing crowd-funding campaign & communications.

  • Assist with camp and event planning logistics



  • High sense of personal integrity – keeps commitments and deadlines.

  • Excellent storyteller. Create wonder so the view cannot do nothing but take action.

  • Has an entrepreneurial spirit and thrives being a builder.

  • Excellent writing, communication and organizational skills.

  • Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills.

  • Strong computer skills - Microsoft Office.

  • Strong social media skills to drive a desired action (i.e donations). Thinks innovatively and engages compellingly.

  • Is creative & knows how to use video & campaigns effectively.

  • Demonstrated ability to manage and prioritize project deadlines.

  • PLUS: educational, technology (e-learning), personal empowerment & development or curriculum development background.


Hours and Information: The start date is immediate with flexible hours. The intern would preferably be working remote with regular communication with the Executive Director between 9 – 6 pm Monday – Friday. In the NYC area for meetings. Office space at Social Innovation Center (601 26th Street) may be provided.

Must have a commitment for at least 90 days with at least 10+ hours of work per week.


Please send CV and why you want to work with Girls On Fire Leaders ?

Also, please send the # of hours you're committed to working per week.


Working at Social Innovation Center on 26th Street. A shared workspace with hundreds of other nonprofits and social enterprises. Access to networking, events and training.  Paid stipend and school credit.