Intern, Community and Veteran Programs, Paralympic Division
United States Olympic Committee - Colorado Springs, CO

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Provide direct support to the Paralympic Community and Veterans Program for all administrative related functions. Duties of the intern will vary week to week as various events and military camps occur.

In addition to daily duties listed below, the internship will provide an opportunity to not only gain knowledge of the internal dynamics of U.S. Paralympics but also will provide an opportunity to learn how U.S. Paralympics operates as a division of the United States Olympic Committee. Additionally, the intern will experience the inner workings of a non-for-profit company.

One will acquire knowledge and experience necessary to develop skills and to enrich personal growth beyond that of a classroom experience.

Functions include but are not limited to the following:
Ongoing support of the Paralympic Sport Club program including collection of bi-annual reports, annual year end survey, fulfillment of Paralympic Experience event needs and other duties as assigned related to this program.

Support the implementation of division related events as identified and scheduled

Assist with veteran related events and camps as identified and scheduled

Other duties as assigned

Provide support to the Paralympic Sport Club (PSC) program and collect and compile PSC bi-annual reports.

Assist with planning and implementing USOC Paralympic Division presence (including staff and Paralympians) at the annual National Recreation and Park Association (NRPA) Congress

Required Skills

Educational Requirements: Enrolled in a Bachelor degree program at the junior or senior level status or enrolled in a Master degree program.

Proficient with Microsoft Excel, Word, Power Point & Outlook.

Passion for sport and the Ideals of the Olympic Movement

Sport experience preferred (i.e., active in competitive/intramural sports).

Must be eligible to work in the USA.

Excellent communication and human relations skills.

Demonstrated ability to work in fast paced multidisciplinary team environment.

Standard Office Equipment

Microsoft Applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Publisher, Outlook

Proficiency with internet search capabilities and usage telecommunications equipment, fax machine, copier.

Office environment in multi-story building on multi-building site

Required Experience

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