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Communications & Social Media Internship
Trickle Up seeks a Communications & Media Intern. The Communications and Media Intern will support the communications team with activities connecting Trickle Up's work to target audiences, media, peer organizations and the general public. These activities include online communications, public events, press relations and relationships with other non-profit, poverty alleviation and microfinance organizations.
In addition, the intern will work to build Trickle Up's online presence with social media outlets through listening and engaging target audiences on a wide variety of platforms. These activities include building and maintaining new and unique content for the website and social media platforms, updating statuses, and monitoring and evaluating the best practices of the outreach campaigns for eventual standardization within the organization.We are looking for someone who can commit to working a minimum of twenty hours per week preferably for the duration of four months, with the option for an extended internship period. This is a unique opportunity to work in an innovative, rapidly growing nonprofit environment and gain experience working in collaboration with other departments within Trickle Up.
Candidates Should Have:
Potential interns are preferably graduate students or others with relevant experience. Undergraduates with relevant study experience will be considered. We look for a focus in studies on communications, poverty alleviation, human rights, international relations, political science and interdisciplinary studies. An interest in marketing, especially with social media, is preferred but not required ~ training will be given if needed.
Send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org with "Communications & Social Media Internship" in the subject line. No phone calls, please. Only finalists will be contacted. This is an unpaid position; arrangements can be made for course credit. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.
Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable people with disabilities to perform essential job functions.