The Durham Development Intern will join Self-Help’s national nonprofit real estate team that develops and operates community development-focused commercial and residential real estate projects, including nonprofit office centers, affordable housing, mixed-use developments, and more. Depending on the status of specific projects by summertime, the intern will engage in a variety of tasks, including supporting predevelopment activities for proposed projects that include affordable housing and commercial elements, conducting research to support new projects and programs, and helping to forge new partnerships with mission-aligned allies throughout Self-Help’s national footprint, with a focus on North Carolina.

The ideal candidate will be a graduate or undergraduate student with an enthusiasm for learning, a sincere interest in nonprofit, education, advocacy, or social work, and a passion for socially-responsible real estate development. This will be hybrid position, requiring in-office time based in Durham, NC.

This is a paid internship position from May 22 through July 28 and includes regular learning and socializing opportunities along with the chance to gain meaningful work experience. Application deadline is February 28th.

For all Self-Help internship opportunities please visit www.self-help.org/internships. To apply for this opportunity with the Self-Help real estate team please view our openings and apply for Real Estate Intern, requisition number 002661.

To apply for this job email your details to daniel.bullock@self-help.org

About Self-Help Ventures Fund

Founded in 1980, Self-Help is a family of 5 nonprofits dedicated to protecting ownership and opportunity for all. The Real Estate Team is housed within the Self-Help Ventures Fund, a nonprofit 501(c)(3) loan fund capitalized with loans and grants from foundations, religious organizations, corporations and government sources. It manages Self-Help's higher-risk business loans, real estate development and home loan secondary market programs. Learn more at www.self-help.org/who-we-are/about-us