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WE’RE HIRING! PROGRAMS & DATA ANALYST ASSOCIATE INTERN

WE’RE HIRING! PROGRAMS & DATA ANALYST ASSOCIATE INTERN

Please submit your resume and cover letter to Shaná Braxton

Position Title: Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern

Supervisory Responsibilities: Internal & External Clients

FLSA Status: Intern/Part-time Non-exempt

Hours: 20+ hours per week required

Status: Salary/Non-exempt

Acting as a catalyst for inclusion, The Presidents’ Council Supports, Develops, and Advocates for our region’s current and future generations of African American entrepreneurs and leaders for sustainable wealth creation through Business Development + Entrepreneurial Support, Ecosystem Building (organizing & mobilizing), and Advocacy + Thought Leadership, Capital Formation + Investments; affecting influence and accountability at ALL levels that directly impact African American businesses and the communities we serve.

JOB PURPOSE: The Programs & Data Analyst Associate Intern will be instrumental in assisting with program assessments ensuring programmatic goals are well documented. The ideal candidate will have an extraordinary commitment to making a difference in the community we serve and chasing delegated tasks. No excuses. This individual must provide data management and analysis for studies and maintain assigned projects, use data source to identify and report programmatic needs, participate in strategic planning regarding program development and improvement, perform data validation and quality control checks to ensure adherence to program goals, design, produce, and implement distribution plan of data reports providing performance insights and recommendations for improvement; escalating identified risks appropriately, facilitate broad collaboration with clear communications ad documentation, and develop and manage relationships with stakeholders.

This position requires 20 hours per week, hours are flexible!

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