Volunteers & Internships
Volunteers are at the heart of every nonprofit organization – We would like to thank all of the Volunteers that help out and give countless hours to Children’s Music Fund.
Children’s Music Fund is looking to expand our team with 2017 internships. We are looking for passionate college students seeking to gain professional experience to build their portfolios, while helping us on our mission to heal chronically-ill children through music.
Candidates must be enrolled in a college/university and have appropriate documentation stating that their school will grant college credit for these digital internships. If you are interested in joining the team, please apply via VolunteerMatch or send a resume & cover letter to jason@theCMF.org for review. We look forward to working with you in the next quarter/semester!
Children’s Music Fund is seeking a social, innovative, and motivated student to be our Social Media Intern for the Winter 2017 session. We are looking for candidates that are passionate about music culture, social media, and giving back to the community. The position runs for 10 weeks, primarily focusing on preparing, creating, and monitoring content for the organization’s social media outlets. Under the supervision of the Social Media Director, you will learn best practices regarding in social media management and digital media/communications protocol. The Social Media Intern will conference with CMF’s Social Media Director every week throughout the 10 weeks to brainstorm new ideas and build a personalized project. This is an unpaid digital internship, with most responsibilities done remotely. Schedule will be flexible, but must be available to work at least 10 hours per week.
Children’s Music Fund is seeking a Video/Content Intern for the Winter 2017 session. We are looking for passionate candidates that will produce and edit compelling visual content for the nonprofit’s digital platforms, and will help coordinate nonprofit promotional videos. The position runs for 10 weeks, focusing on creating both written and visual content for our blogs and other social channels. This is an unpaid digital internship, with most responsibilities done remotely. Schedule will be flexible, but must be available to work at least 10-15 hours per week.
Children’s Music Fund is seeking a Programming Intern for the Winter 2017 session. This intern will serve as an assistant and work closely with the Executive Director, helping with day-to-day operations of the non-profit. The Programming intern may assist both Dr. Raffi Tachdjian and the Executive Director in collecting and analyzing data for our research studies. Additionally, the Programming Intern will serve on the Development Committee, which focuses on generating new ideas for the Children’s Music Fund. This is an unpaid digital internship, with some responsibilities done remotely.