Financial Intern at Artists for World Peace

The Middletown-based non-profit Artists for World Peace is looking for a Wesleyan student to assist with the organization of the financial side of their American-Tanzanian operation. The intern will work in the DeKoven House in downtown Middletown with founder and executive director Wendy Black-Nasta and her colleague Michele. Knowledge of Excel, economics, and bookkeeping would be helpful, and knowledge of Swahili would be an amazing plus. Determination, patience, Determination, patience, and perseverance are also important in untangling a papertrail that spans two languages, cultures, and continents. This is an excellent opportunity for students interested in nonprofit management.

To apply, email your resume and a cover letter explaining why the internship is appealing to Ms. Wendy Black-Nasta at afwp13[at]aol[dot]com. Applications are due Tuesday, October 14, 2014. Contact Cynthia Rockwell (crockwell@wes) with questions.