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Internship(s)


Non-Profit Events/Marketing Intern
Start Date: 01/23/2017
End Date: Ongoing
Hourly Rate: Stipend to cover gas and parking costs
Hours Per Week: 2 – 3 days a week, 10 – 15 hours total

Requirements:
• Juniors/seniors preferred, but not required
• Must have reliable transportation
• Must be motivated and passionate

Desired skills and qualities:
• Detail oriented
• Excellent writing skills in English
• Able to follow instructions
• Positive demeanor
• Good listener
• Great work ethic

Intern will assist in:
• Setting up programs for children
• Event coordination
• Maintaining relationship with volunteers
• Volunteer programs
• Posting and managing social media (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter)
• Managing the calendar of events and programming
• Making sure the website is updated as needed
• Facilitating the design of flyers and e-vites
• Video production (training will be provided)

Social Media/Online Marketing
Start Date: 01/23/2017
End Date: Ongoing
Hourly Rate: Stipend (to cover gas and parking)
Hours Per Week: 2 – 3 days a week, 10 – 15 hours total

Requirements:
• Juniors/seniors preferred, but not required
• Must have reliable transportation
• Must be motivated and passionate

Desired skills and qualities:
• Detail oriented
• Excellent writing skills in English
• Able to follow instructions
• Positive demeanor
• Good listener
• Great work ethic

Details:
Interns will work with:
• Website
• Social media
• Photos
• Video
• Email blast
• Database entry
• Sponsorship relations

Check out this testimonial from our current interns!

Ambassadorship(s)


Little Lighthouse Foundation Ambassador
Reports to: Ambassadors Chairperson – Jonathan Babicka, Executive Director of LLF
Term: March 24th, 2017 – March 23rd, 2018; (1) Year Term (the “Term”)

Description:
• The Little Lighthouse Foundation’s Ambassadors (“LLFA”) are an influential group of
community leaders committed to the betterment of children in South Florida by serving as
an emissary for Little Lighthouse Foundation (“LLF”) in South Florida.

Commitment:
● Attend at least two (2) LLF volunteer programs during the Term.
● Assist LLF in promoting LLF, its programming and LLF’s three (3) signature events:
Nightmare on the Beach, the Hearts & Stars Gala, and the Holiday Toy Drive and Party.
● Serve on at least one (1) LLF subcommittee. Subcommittee meetings are attended
telephonically or in person. LLFA may serve as LLF subcommittee chairs.
● Provide guidance and suggestions to Executive Director.
● Estimated time commitment: 1-2 hours per month.

Benefits:
● Invitation to two (2) LLFA only events (with a guest).
● Invitation to all LLF Lucky Hours.
● One half (½) Price Ticket (1 ticket) to Nightmare on the Beach
● One half (½) Price Ticket (1 ticket) to the Hearts & Stars Gala, if you have completed your
volunteer requirements on or before the year term.
● Complimentary admission for one (1) to the Friday night event during Hearts & Stars Gala
2017.
● Listing on the LLFA page on the LLF website as an Ambassador.
● The deep satisfaction in knowing you are making a difference in the life of a child.

Chapter Leader(s)


As the leader of a Little Lighthouse Foundation (“LLF”) chapter, you will be helping children and their families who are facing educational, financial and medical challenges. Being in the hospital or in a shelter is not easy, so having helpful volunteers can make a big difference for these children and families! You will also be doing a great service to the volunteers in your chapter who want to get involved but need someone like you to guide them through the process. This is going to be lots of fun and very rewarding, but it will also be some work along the way. LLF relies on you to make a great first impression on our volunteers! You will be hosting volunteers that may also be potential donors or sponsors, so organization and consistency are key. Please remember that the Little Lighthouse Foundation staff are always available to help you and we want to hear from you! Please feel free to contact us at any time along the way.

Chapter Leader Responsibilities:
1. Chapter Leaders are responsible for hosting an average of (12) programs per year, usually once a month.
2. Selection and execution of at least (1) activity per program session.
3. Documentation of all program expenses.
4. Report program attendance.
5. Register a Co-Chapter Leader with LLF during your term.
6. Attend bi-monthly Programming Committee Meetings.
7. Be an advocate for LLF by promoting the foundation and recruiting volunteers when possible.

If you are interested in being an Intern, Ambassador, or Chapter Leader please send your cover letter and resume to info@thelittlelighthouse.org. Best of luck!

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    CHARLIE VENTURI

    Charlie Venturi is one of the few South Beach natives you will ever meet. He was born at Mount Sinai Hospital and currently resides in Bay Harbor. Charlie attended Emory University with Aaron Resnick and works as the managing director of LIVE IT Productions International. Charlie’s boutique event firm specializes in LIVE musical event production all over the world.