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Awesome fall Opportunity: Dance for Parkinson's program & Communications Intern

NWPF is seeking a bright, motivated individual who will develop a public relations/communications/outreach strategy for our nationally recognized, evidence-based Dance for Parkinson's program.  This exciting internship will include developing content (including photos, blurbs, articles and press releases) for communications across platforms (including print and online publications, NWPF website and social media).  The goal of developing a communications strategy and creating original content is to increase the registration and attendance for NWPF programs.  The role will include visiting programs, taking photos, performing outreach and delivering marketing materials.

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NWPF Announces its first-ever development internship: special event auction intern

The Special Event Auction Intern will get hands-on experience in supporting the successful management of NWPF's Second Annual Gala: Celebrate!, scheduled for October 16, 2014.  The intern will assist the Development Director in soliciting, tracking and preparing auction packages; helping with Gala logistics and production; managing post-production; and other resource development needs as time permits.

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MPA/MNPL Program Leadership Intern  

The Program Leadership Intern will work with the Program Director to develop programs that benefit the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation community.  This may include working with persons who have Parkinson’s, their caregivers/carepartners, family members, and community partners. 

The intern will collaborate with partners in developing new programs and improving existing programs, such as developing a volunteer management system, cost-benefit analysis or increasing access to healthcare.  

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MSW Intern

The MSW Intern will have varied opportunities to develop his/her professional capacity as a social work practitioner, utilize social work course knowledge and practice fundamental social work skills.  NWPF’s goals include maintaining/restoring our clients’ independence and quality of life by expediting the use of services on the healthcare continuum.  This may include working with persons who have Parkinson’s, their caregivers/carepartners, family members, and community partners. 

The MSW Intern will be exposed broadly to NWPF operations and will work with Program Staff to develop programs and client services that benefit the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation community.  The intern will help Program Staff ensure smooth implementation of mission-based agency activities, such as support groups, PD Link Northwest, Parkinson’s Café, creative arts therapies like Dance for Parkinson’s and conferences.  The intern will assist the Social Services Manager in assessing and intervening in cases where psychosocial needs exceed the scope or duties of other staff members and provide appropriate community referrals.  S/he will collaborate to streamline client data/intake processes, develop policies, materials and trainings around support group facilitator trainings and contribute to psychosocial needs assessments and research.  S/he will be involved with various special projects depending on current need, including developing NWPF’s capacity for cultural competency and improving the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation community’s ability to access care.

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Undergraduate Program Leadership Intern

The Program Leadership Intern will assist the Program Director in developing programs that benefit the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation community.  This may include working with persons who have Parkinson’s, their caregivers/carepartners, family members, and community partners. 

The intern will help manage logistics for existing programs, such as support groups and creative arts therapies like Dance for Parkinson’s.  S/he will collaborate with partners in developing new programs and improving existing programs, such as developing a volunteer management system and increasing access to healthcare.  The intern will also learn how to use fundraising and program software/applications.  

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Social Media Marketing Intern

The Social Media Marketing Intern will work with the Marketing & Communications Manager to develop communications that benefit the Northwest Parkinson’s Foundation community. This may include working with persons who have Parkinson’s, their caregivers/ carepartners, family members, and community partners. 

The intern will help manage communications for and promote NWPF’s programs, such as support groups, creative arts therapies like Dance for Parkinson’s, and conferences. S/he will assist in the development of a comprehensive Social Media strategy. The intern may also develop content for weekly E-News Updates and the website.  

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General Questions & Inquiries

With general questions or inquiries about interning at NWPF, please contact Melissa Tribelhorn at 206.946.6515 or melissa@nwpf.org.