Slow Money Boston is seeking an intern to work with our volunteer-led organization.
Slow Money Boston is a regional chapter of Slow Money, a national organization committed to changing our food system based on the principles of soil fertility, sense of place, care of the commons and economic, cultural and biological diversity. Slow Money Boston works to connect entrepreneurs, working within the local food system value chain, with investors who are committed to the Slow Money principles of patient/nurture capital. Our goal is to foster dynamic partnerships that result in lasting impact.
We are seeking a person to continue the work of past interns who have helped develop a sustainable structure for our organization, allowing the leadership team to focus on longer term planning. Specifically, we are looking for someone to:
– Further develop of the Slow Money Boston website
– Assist with the overall management and administrative functions of the organization
– Participate in the planning and implementation of Slow Money events
– Explore funding opportunities to convert this internship into a part-time job
We’re looking for an individual with strong communication skills – there is no central office and you will be working with several different steering committee members with full-time jobs. You should have a passion for building our local food system and we encourage your ideas as to how to further expand the impact of our organization. There will be flexibility on the specific tasks of this role, based on your strengths and areas of interest. We’re looking for someone to work approximately 5 hours a week and the length of the position is negotiable.
This position offers the opportunity to meet and learn more about the many entrepreneurs working to build our local food system as well as a chance to better understand the challenges and opportunities of “slow-money” investing.
If you’d like to learn more about this internship, please email your resume and cover-letter to Julia Shanks and Joel Moyer at firstname.lastname@example.org
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