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Nava Atlas is offering a website management and social media internship next semester. They are looking for a journalism, communications or media management major.
The internship will involve growing and maintaining two websites, creating content for their sites and managing their social media.
The websites include:
- Literary Ladies Guide celebrates the lives and work of classic women authors (with a secondary subject of women journalists from the past).
- The Vegan Atlas is a site featuring vegan recipes and lifestyle.
Internships activities would include (remote training can be provided):
- Create 2 to 3 new posts per week on mutually agreed upon topics.
- Learn what goes into creating good content for the web.
- Learn some fine points on SEO (Search Engine Optimization), which helps posts become
evergreen and findable through Google and other search engines.
- Create shareable graphics for Facebook and Pinterest using Canva or graphics program of your choice.
- Maintain and continue to build social media accounts, including Facebook, Instagram and
Pinterest. Develop strategies and keep records of metrics to see what’s working, and build on
This has always been a partially remote internship, so this would work well now as a 100% remote internship.
To apply, email email@example.com.
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The Pulitzer Center is looking for Outreach and Communications interns for a 12-month paid internship, starting in January 2021 and ending in December 2021.
This is a remote internship, but with the possibility of working at their headquarters in Washington, D.C., when the city reopens.
- Build and post stories from journalist grantees for their website
- Assist with event coordination and participate in events and webinars
- Research and write “Behind the Story” profiles about journalist grantees
- Write and post blogs’ updates related to reporting content, events, and news about the Pulitzer Center
- Support production of multimedia and related media assets of journalists’ projects
- Contribute to and maintain online profiles, social networking sites and channels (including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube)
- Assist in design and distribution of event flyers and promotional materials
- Additional responsibilities as required
Skills and Experience
The ideal candidate will possess the following:
- A passion for news, with a demonstrated interest in, and familiarity with, current international affairs
- Excellent organizational skills with attention to detail
- Strong writing and editing skills; familiarity with AP Style
- Experience using a content management system such as Drupal or WordPress
- Creativity and enthusiasm
- Ability to work independently, along with comfort in a remote work environment
Not required, but desirable skills:
- Graphic design
- Familiarity with HTML
- Video and/or audio production and editing
- Adobe Creative Cloud expertise, with experience in at least one of the following applications: Premiere, Photoshop, and InDesign
*Please note that due to the COVID-19 crisis, the Pulitzer Center is currently working remotely. Candidates should have stable high-speed internet access and a laptop or desktop computer with a webcam and microphone. We anticipate returning to the office at least part of the work week once Washington, D.C., safely reopens.*
Interns receive a $2,600 stipend per month.
Deadline: Applications will be reviewed and interviews scheduled on a rolling basis, giving an advantage to early applicants. Last day to apply is Monday, October 12, 2020.
Status: Full time, some weekend and evening work may be required
Start Date: January 4, 2021
Human Rights First is looking for a development intern for this semester.
Development intern aids the Development Department in its work to raise the organization’s annual operating budget. The Development Department of Human Rights First creates and implements the organization’s fundraising efforts in both creative and strategic ways. The development intern will be working with the three core teams of the Development Department — donor relations, events and foundations.
- Assist with maintaining database records
- Conduct research on potential donors and Board members
- Provide support in sending mailings and invitations
- Research and summarize potential donor engagement opportunities
- Implement marketing strategies and create marketing materials
- Assist with copy editing and preparing of proposals and reports
- Track deliverables and maintain foundation calendars, as necessary
- Assist Special Events Team in preparation and logistics for events
- Plan and present creative projects and engagement opportunities at events
- Depending on availability, provide assistance at events
Required Skills & Experience
- Strong computer and research skills
- Strong communication and interpersonal skills
- Event planning experience a plus
- Organized and detail-oriented approach to projects
- Ability to prioritize duties, meet deadlines, and be a team player
- Interest in human rights a plus
- 10-30 hrs/wk
To apply, send your resume and cover letter to Emily Finkelstein at firstname.lastname@example.org
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