Trail.Club Intern
Title:Trail.Club Intern
Location:Grand Rapids, MI
Job Type :Full-time
Company:RDV Corporation
The Opportunity
The Trail.Club Intern will assist the Senior Program Officer in implementing Trail.Club projects, including a monthly treasure hunt. Works collaboratively with the Grants, Philanthropy Communications, RDV Communications teams and external partners, including local nonprofits.
Trail.Club is an initiative that grants people and organizations funds to support their unique ideas and experiences along the trails in our community. To learn more visit

Location, Hours, & Other Requirements
This position will be located downtown Grand Rapids, MI. Interested individuals should be able to work 20-40 hours per week during the summer of 2024, which may include a Saturday or evening, pursuing an undergraduate degree and preferably entering their junior or senior year. The selected individual will be able to operate an automobile, be in possession of a valid driver’s license, have an acceptable driving record, and be available to travel within West Michigan when necessary.

What You'll Do
  • Supports implementation of Trail.Club projects, including the monthly treasure hunt series, to help donors activate West Michigan trails.
  • Project management interest a plus
  • Organize project files and timelines.
  • Draft content for website and social media posts, stories, reels for Instagram and Facebook — both for the treasure hunt and other Trail.Club projects.
  • Celebrate treasure hunter achievements through social media and monitor social engagement.
  • Assist in selecting trail locations, themes, and logistics, including scouting locations for final selection.
  • Check and restock treasure boxes.
  • Organize and mail prizes to treasure hunters. 
What You'll Bring
  • Pursuing an undergraduate degree in a one of a variety of disciplines, including but not limited to Marketing & Communications, Business Administration, Public and Non-profit Administration, Hospitality, Kinesiology, Environmental Science, etc.
  • Some experience with graphic layout, design, and photography preferred.
  • Excellent proofreading skills and strong attention to detail.
  • Flexibility to work with multiple teams, and the ability to manage shifting workflow, clarify deadlines, and negotiate priorities.
  • Proven ability to work independently on projects and tasks.
  • Proficiency in Word, Outlook, social media, and website content editing tools.
  • Ability to interface effectively with all levels of management in a highly professional and confidential corporate environment and comfortable in sharing in ideation sessions.
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