Fundraising/Resource Development

  • Job posting
    Closing date: 5 April 2019

    Title: Development Intern (Unpaid)

    Reports To: Vice President, Business Development

    Hours: Part time (minimum 10 hours/week)

    Length: Up to one (1) academic school year

    buildOn Regions: Detroit, Chicago and Remote

    Start Date: Spring 2019

     

    Overview of the Organization

     

    Location

    Washington DC, DC 20001
    United States
    Non-Competitive Eligibility (NCE):
    No
  • Job posting
    Closing date: 5 April 2019

    Title: Development Intern (Unpaid)

    Reports To: Vice President, Business Development

    Hours: Part time (minimum 10 hours/week)

    Length: Up to one (1) academic school year

    buildOn Regions: Detroit, Chicago and Remote

    Start Date: Spring 2019

    Overview of the Role

    Location

    Detroit, MI 48207
    United States
    Non-Competitive Eligibility (NCE):
    No
  • Alumni story
    Tina L. Hayes 2012 2014 Gainesville, Florida

    I do have to mention that I am an AmeriCorps State/National Alumni. I realize that this site may only apply to VISTA Alums, however I did not want to miss out on sharing a snapshot of my experience. I served with Rebuilding Together, Inc. a nationwide nonprofit organization with a mission of "Bringing volunteers and communities together to improve the homes and lives of low-income homeowners." I served at the Gainesville, Florida affiliate. My titles were AmeriCorps State/National CapacityCorps Member, Volunteer/Project Site Coordinator for Rebuilding Together North Central Florida 2012-2014 (now that's a mouthful!). I served for 2 years, repairing and rebuilding homes for homeowners that could not afford the much-needed critical home repair that was endangering the lives of them and their families. When I completed my AmeriCorps terms, I continued to serve the organization as a permanent staff member until I relocated. I am currently serving as an AmeriCorps VISTA in Pennsylvania.

    Thanks for looking! Photography by me, Tina L Hayes. Enjoy! If I am not able to upload more than one picture, I'll try to upload more in another post if I am allowed.

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    Conservation Innovation Grants (CIG) are competitive grants that stimulate the development and adoption of innovative approaches and technologies for conservation on agricultural lands.

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    Use this webpage to access funding portals and learn about different types of funding opportunities to support energy efficiency projects.

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    There are many ways to finance energy efficiency projects in buildings you own or occupy. The Navigator helps you cut through this complexity to secure financing that works for you.

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    Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) lists all Pedestrian and Bicycle Funding Opportunities available under DOT transportation programs.

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    Offers direct loans, loan guarantees and grants to develop or improve essential public services and facilities in communities across rural America.

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    These are flexible grants made to states and units of general local government that must primarily benefit low- and moderate-income individual.

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    Rural Energy for America Program (REAP) offers funding to complete energy audits, provide renewable energy development assistance, make energy efficiency improvements and install renewable energy systems.

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