LOCKPORT – Niagara Hospice has announced it is seeing a college student who lives in eastern Niagara County for a paid summer special events internship, with the salary provided through the Grigg-Lewis Foundation’s Workership Program.
That program’s main focus is to provide financial assistance to area college students while allowing local institutions to expand their summer programming, which the foundation says will benefit the entire community.
Applicants must be either a college student who will be returning school in the fall of 2015, or a high school graduate who has been accepted at an accredited college for this fall.
The preferred candidate will probably be a student with career goals in the fund-raising, event planning, marketing or public relations fields. The student will be involved in the planning and execution of fund-raisers during the summer. Necessary skills include desktop publishing, MS Office, writing, general office skills, multitasking, organization and superior telephone etiquette.
To apply, applicants may visit the careers page at www.NiagaraHospice.org for instructions.