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We are looking for an individual who enjoys working in a fast-paced, team oriented environment, likes to be challenged, and values the opportunity to make a difference.Overview
At Campbell Soup Company, we strengthen and empower vibrant communities in our hometowns and support the neighborhoods where our employees live and work. It’s core to who we are and what we value. And it’s the commitment we make as a company that cares.
As a Community Affairs intern, you will be a critical member of the small but mighty team that drives community impact in Campbell’s office and manufacturing locations through employee giving programs, volunteerism, grantmaking, and community partnerships. You will gain valuable experience in corporate philanthropy and employee engagement, working with a team that is passionate about community impact and about connecting employees to company and personal purpose.Location:
This role is based at Campbell’s Global Headquarters in Camden, NJ. (across the river from Philadelphia, PA).
Please submit a Cover Letter along with your resume.
Assist the Community Affairs team with various projects including:Platform Management
- Manage the Campbell Cares employee giving portal to ensure it’s up to date with available volunteer events, campaigns, etc.
- Maintain day-to-day operations of giving and metrics platforms, for example by reviewing employee match requests and uploading data
- Provide support and training to employees around creating volunteer events and tracking their time on the giving portal; respond to general employee questions about the portal
Communications & Marketing
- Assist with organizing summer volunteer opportunities that engage WHQ employees and promote volunteerism with local community partners
- Collaborate with Human Resources to plan a service project for the Campbell’s summer interns
- Help wrap up Campbell Cares Days of Service events, including event planning, onsite support, and recording participation
- Partner with Global Communications colleagues to create a communications plan around getting employees to log volunteer hours
- Help manage editorial responsibilities and create dynamic content for communications weekly newsletter and Community Affairs workplace group
- Collect and share local stories across our sites (for both internal and external sharing)
- Maintain lists of Community Affairs employee contacts across the enterprise
- Brainstorm and pitch ideas to support Employee Resource Groups, especially during “heritage months”
- Assist with grant administration and communications to grantees (sharing information about grant timing, reporting requirements, etc.)
- Complete data entry to update grantee historical information
- Assist with the creation of materials for Campbell Soup Foundation Board meetings (e.g., grant summaries, budgets)
- Analyze grantee final reports to pull stories and synthesize quantitative and qualitative data
- Lead “Grants at work” series to share stories and impact internally on company intranet site
- Meet with grantees to learn about their work; attend community events and represent Campbell as an ambassador for Community Affairs
- As needed, respond to sponsorship inquiries and create ads/promotional materials for events that Campbell supports
Research & Analytics
What You’ll Gain
- Research and connect with community partners across the enterprise to identify evergreen volunteer opportunities
- Assist with data collection and research projects related to volunteer service activities, grant administration, and signature programs
- Help with end of fiscal year metrics reporting
What We Require Of Candidates
- Coaching, feedback, and professional development
- Meaningful work assignments that are critical to the community affairs strategy and company purpose
- Opportunity to work for a passion and purpose-driven team
- Exposure and hands-on experience with tools and systems used in corporate giving
- A role where you get to work directly with employees across the organization, including opportunities for mentorship and networking
- Exposure to nonprofit organizations and other Campbell community partners
- A network of fellow interns from across the business
- Real-world work experience in the highly sought-after field of corporate philanthropy/corporate social responsibility
The Company is committed to providing equal opportunity for employees and applicants in all aspects of the employment relationship, without regard to race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, marital status, veteran status, disability, age, religion or any other classification protected by law.
- Currently enrolled in bachelor’s program; major in related field such as public health, business, social impact, communications, etc. is a plus)
- Cumulative 3.0 GPA or higher
- Excitement for learning and willingness to ask questions, including comfort learning new technologies/systems
- Self-starter with the ability to multi-task and work independently
- Strong project management skills and attention to detail
- Strong writing and storytelling skills
- Great relationship builder
- Passion for community/social impact
- Experience and comfort working with Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
- Experience with Canva, Prezi, Word Press, and other communications/graphics programs a plus
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