Who We Are
The world’s #1 child-serving nonprofit advancing STEM education outcomes and the development of 21st Century life skills. Over the past 25 years, millions of young people from across the globe have completed FIRST® (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) programs, changing the world by becoming the new generation of innovators, problem-solvers, and technology leaders. This legacy and opportunity is as strong and dynamic as ever. This year alone the FIRST movement is 1 million men and women strong. FIRST creates the people who will change the world – today and tomorrow.
About this Role
We are seeking a collaborative team player who is passionate about providing youth with equitable access to programs, enjoys engaging with thought leaders, and loves a fast-paced position where the work makes a difference. If you are known for being an excellent communicator who is proactive, detail-oriented and approaches new opportunities and challenging tasks with a “can-do” attitude, read on to learn more about this opportunity.
The Donor and Sponsor Advocate, using a high-level of attention to detail, plays a critical role in ensuring that sponsors and donors are properly recognized and honored in a consistent and appropriate way. The Donor & Sponsor Advocate is responsible for nurturing the relationship between FIRST and sponsors and donors by ensuring key recognition deliverables are completed, sponsor recruitment materials are accurate and sponsors’ and donors’ interests are appropriately represented. Work activities are in the broad categories of: deliverable tracking and reporting, web content management, client on-boarding/activation and lead qualification.
In return, we promise a fast-paced, challenging, and rewarding environment where you will be part of a team that cares about each other and thrives on each other’s successes. You’ll feel good about the future of the world after doing hard work with the talented people at FIRST and will have a front row seat to our life changing programs.
Reports to: Director, Corporate Relations. This role is located in Manchester, NH
Qualifications and Experience:
Regular hours are 8:30 AM to 5:00 PM, however, varied work hours and travel are required to meet the operational and programmatic needs of the organization.