The NYSYLC is a youth led organization that works on improving access to higher education and creating equal opportunity for immigrant youth, regardless of immigration status, through leadership development, organizing and advocacy.
We are currently seeking to fill our part-time Development Associate position at the YLC, The Development Associate will work closely with the NYSYLC Board, Staff and Membership to sustain the organization’s fundraising capacities.
-Plan and execute grassroots fundraising events with YLC members and supporters
-Implement innovate grassroots fundraising strategies
-Maintain online fundraising platforms
-Train members on elements of grassroots fundraising
-Support members in planning and executing fundraising activities and goals
-Research prospects for foundation, corporate and government funding prospects
-Write and edit grant proposals, review organizational budgets and produce grant reports.
-Maintain grant files, databases and fundraising reporting schedules.
Individual Donors Program
-Create and implement individual donor program
-Maintain relationships with organization’s individual donors
Additionally, this position is responsible for understanding and fulfilling the legal reporting requirements of a non-profit organization.
Skills and Requirements:
-Prior experience in fundraising a plus
-Strong writing and self starter skills
-Experience in non-profit management a plus
-Bilingual Skills (especially Spanish)
-Familiar with the immigrant rights movement and YLC a plus
-Sense of humor
-Flexibility and patience
Time Commitment: 20 hours, work schedule is flexible
Please submit your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample (no more than 3 pages) to email@example.com. You will be contacted if we wish to interview you. The position is open until filled. The expected start date is November 16.
The New York State Youth Leadership Council (NYSYLC) is an equal opportunity employer. The NYSYLC believes in equal opportunity for individuals without regard to race, ancestry, religion, creed, gender, national origin, ethnicity, age, mental or physical abilities, political affiliation, sexual orientation, color, gender identity characteristics or expression, marital status, economic status, veteran status, past criminal record or medical condition (for example, AIDS, AIDS-related condition or cancer).