Membership Management Internship

This internship supports the outreach and community-building efforts to shape public policy that is good for small businesses’ bottom line, their employees and the community. This position assists with outreach activities, membership engagement and overall setup of Business for Good’s CRM architectureIf you are interested in pursing a career in government affairs, this is a unique opportunity to get an inside look at how the public policy machine works. Candidates must have, or be in the process of obtaining, a university degree

Membership Management Intern Responsibilities:

Organize quarterly education sessions and networking events
Prepare agendas & minutes for issue area ad-hoc committee meetings
Research policies and monitor news stories for related policy relevant to issue areas of interest
Develop educational and presentation materials and fact sheets
Coordinate campaign-related communications and activities with members
Assist with implementation of membership Contact Relationship Management (CRM) system


Applicants should have an interest in business campaigns and nonprofit management. The ideal candidates will have experience working with coalitions, organizers, activists, and in diverse communities. Candidates must have excellent oral and written communication skills, highly developed organizational skills and a demonstrated ability to manage projects. He or she must be hard working, self-motivated and must demonstrate a deep commitment and passion for justice and equity issues.

Duties require:

Writing experience
Proactive communication skills
Outstanding customer service skills
Experience with technical data systems
Attention to detail

Salary, Benefits & Terms:

Compensation—nonpaid, ideally for college credit
Schedule—Part time (15- 20 hours/week) (may include some weekends)
Length of Internship—At least three months
Start Date—As soon as filled

To Apply:

Please send your resume and/or cover letter to with the subject line “Business For Good Membership Internship.”