TCC Group collaborates with leaders to solve complex social problems. As a mission-driven consulting firm and certified B Corporation, TCC Group partners with foundations, nonprofits, and companies to propel positive social change through strategy, capacity building, initiative design, strategic communication, management, and evaluation. We design and implement solutions for social impact by immersing ourselves in interconnected communities and systems, co-creating innovative and effective processes, and applying and sharing our experience with the field. 

TCC Group is built on the commitment and experience of our people. We are a diverse group of inspired problem-solvers—committed to collaborative learning and our collective contribution to building an effective social sector. People join the TCC team to make an impact; are engaged, driven, and inspired by the work we do.  

TCC Group is an equal opportunity employer. Each position at the firm is filled by the best qualified applicant available. The firm does not discriminate against employees or applicants on any legally protected basis, including, but not limited to, race, color, creed, religion, gender, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, national origin, ancestry, veteran's status, age, or disability which does not interfere with an individual's ability to perform the essential functions of his or her job position with or without reasonable accommodation. The firm will provide equal opportunities in hiring, promotions, wages, benefits and other privileges, terms and conditions of employment. It is our policy to encourage promotion from among present employees, subject to the application of the best-qualified employees. 


Position Summary 

We are seeking an energetic self-starter with a collaborative spirit to join the team as an Intern, Nonprofit Effectiveness (NE) for the Spring 2023 term (i.e., March – June 2023), with the possibility for extension through the Summer and/or Fall terms.  

The Nonprofit Effectiveness team strengthens social sector actors’ ability to achieve their missions, through organizational strengthening and strategy services – individually and in peer learning cohorts or communities. The team works directly with nonprofits, as well as their funders, building their capacity to collaboratively accomplish mutually held goals, and achieve maximum community and societal impact.  

This Nonprofit Effectiveness Internship is an excellent opportunity for an individual who has a demonstrated interest in making a social impact. They will have the opportunity to provide operational and analytical support on a range of projects including strategic planning, organizational strengthening, and organizational assessments that enable the Nonprofit Effectiveness team to make positive social change in its work. 

The NE team is primarily based in the New York City office with a hybrid in-office schedule.  We will consider qualified candidates based in other US locations for a remote internship. 

Currently enrolled graduate students are also encouraged to apply. 

Note: TCC requires all employees to be vaccinated for COVID-19 and will require proof of vaccination.  

Duties and Responsibilities 

The Nonprofit Effectiveness Intern will: 

-Provide day-to-day project support to the Nonprofit Effectiveness team on a range of administrative and analytical projects.  

-Summarize, analyze, and synthesize large sets of qualitative and quantitative data. 

-Support and coordinate the production and dissemination of work products. 

-Contribute to development of innovative, practical frameworks to support various clients’ organizational change processes. 

-Assist with report preparation - formatting, proofreading, and copy-editing, developing content and drafting full report sections. 

Required Qualifications 

-Bachelor’s Degree. 

-Strong interest in social impact and nonprofit sector organizational strengthening. 

-Strong research and analytical skills (including tracking research, cleaning, and coding large sets of data, etc.). 

-Strong written and oral communication skills. 

-Intermediate to advanced skills in MS Office and Google Suite. 

-Familiarity and experience with software-based collaboration tools (e.g., Dropbox, Slack, etc.). 

-Strong communicator, able to express complex ideas cogently (in writing and orally). 

-Adaptive, able to work well in a fast-paced environment. 

-Collaborative, able to work productively with teams to achieve a common goal. 

-Highly organized, able to effectively manage multiple, competing priorities. 

-Able to work and problem-solve independently. 

-Customer service-oriented with experience managing sensitive client/customer relationships. 

To Apply: Submit a resume and a cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line “Intern, Nonprofit Effectiveness”. 

This is a paid internship ($20/hour) for approximately 20 hours a week, with the flexibility to work more hours, candidate schedule permitting. 

No telephone calls, please.  




To Apply: Submit your resume and cover letter to [email protected] with the subject line "Intern, Nonprofit Effectiveness".


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  • Kevin Perez
    published this page in Job Board 2023-03-03 17:13:45 -0500