• Schomburg Center - Client Management Pre-Professional

    Location US-NY-Manhattan
    Job ID
    # of Openings Remaining
    SCD, Sch - Administration
  • Overview

    The BNY Mellon Pre-Professional Program at the Schomburg Center offers paid part-time positions across several unique areas. The program helps college and graduate school students cultivate transferrable skills and gain professional experience rooted in a cultural institution. The duration of each position is typically one term. Each term candidates receive an orientation, on-the-job training, mentorship opportunities and workshops with leaders from the New York Public Library and greater New York City community. Participating students are eligible for college credit, but the conferral of credit is not a program requirement.


    This position is available in fall 2017 through mid-spring 2018, for approximately 17 weeks.


    Position – Client Management Pre-Professional


    The Schomburg Center is looking for a highly organized, motivated college student to work part-time as a paid pre-professional focusing on client management systems, including but not limited to volunteers, public tours, individual donors and Schomburg Society members. Reporting to a mentor/supervisor, you will experience various facets of client services for Harlem’s cultural and research facility that is both a New York City landmark and part of the New York Public Library. You will also have opportunities to discuss your career goals and receive professional guidance.




    Principal Responsibilities

    • Support the vast volunteer program, including recruitment, training, and placement
    • Assist with the digital organization and management of individual engagement
    • Help conceptualize and implement multiple touch points including
    • Support direct mail, surveys, correspondence, orientations and appreciation services
    • Liaise between Schomburg staff, NYPL staff and others
    • Respond to questions regarding Schomburg programs and services
    • Fulfill other related duties as required

    NYPL Core Values

    • Helpful
    • Resourceful
    • Curious

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Current enrollment in an accredited college degree program
    • Knowledge of Microsoft Office and Google applications a must
    • Social media skills a plus
    • Good communication skills, an eye for detail and a curiosity to learn new things
    • Interest in the arts, education, fund development, program management, and/or African-American and African Diaspora culture and history are desired

    Work Environment

    • This position is located in a research library. 

    Physical Duties

    • N/A

    Starting Salary

    USD $15.00/Hr.

    Union / Non Union

    Non Union


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