NALAC Data Management Intern
Data Management Intern
The National Association of Latino Arts and Cultures (NALAC) is a legacy organization investing in the Latino heritage of this nation. For over 30 years, NALAC has built a strong foundation for the promotion of Latinx arts and culture and its advocacy efforts have advanced issues of cultural equity and raised the visibility and understanding of Latinx artistic and cultural expression. To this end, NALAC makes strategic investments to bolster leadership development, grow networks and partnerships and provide financial resources for those front-line artists and organizations involved in effecting change through arts and culture.
The National Association of Latino Arts and Culture (NALAC) seeks a motivated and skilled Data Management Intern with an interest in the cultural arts and/or nonprofit management. The Data Management Intern reports directly to the Grants Manager and the Manager of Technology & Innovation as needed and will support the following NALAC programming.
- Networking and Community Building
- Leadership Development
- Advocacy & Research
This is a paid position at the rate of $12 per hour. The preferred Data Management Intern with schedule is negotiable, however it is preferred that intern work 10-20 (max) hours per week for a minimum of 3-6 months. This position is virtual/remote work and is best suited to current students or recent college graduates who are emerging cultural arts and/or non-profit professionals. BIPOCQT2S applicants with applicants with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Responsibilities Include (but are not limited to)
- Coordinating archival and management of grant contracts, organizational contacts and other related information – into financial, CRM and online databases
- Preparing visualized data for internal reporting and public facing materials such as website, social media and
- Preparing visualized data, marketing collateral for existing or potential internal or external stakeholders
- Occasional support in completion of grant proposals
- Occasional support in completion of grant reports
- Excellent communication and organization skills
- Excellent writing and editing reading skills
- Proficient in Airtable, Excel and experienced in CRM databases
- MS 365 & Office familiarity, MS Teams and MS Planner a plus
- Social Media & Data Analytics skill
- Photoshop and Adobe Creative Suite design software a plus
- Students working towards a degree in marketing, public relations, communications or social media, or a career in arts administration are highly encouraged to apply. Prior work/internship experience is also a plus.
Interested applicants should email their resume, cover letter, three character and or/professional references and availability to NALAC Deputy Director, Alberto Mejia: [email protected]. No phone calls, please.