Internship Position Description
Position Title: Social Media Intern
Supervisor: Vanessa Pius, Social Media Manager
Department Head: Amy Hagovsky, Vice President of Communications
Position Description: (List duties, responsibilities, etc.)
We’re looking for someone that can help us better leverage social media to protect national parks! Our ideal candidate will be willing to assist the Social Media Manager with various aspects of NPCA’s social media communications, particularly with short form video. Responsibilities may include but are not limited to:
Qualifications/Requirements (i.e., education, technical skills):
Ideal candidate is an undergraduate (junior or senior). Students in public relations, marketing, communications, digital communication, environmental science, sustainability, history, government, political science, or social movements may be particularly interested, but the position is open to all academic backgrounds. Ideal candidate will be detail oriented, organized and creative, possess a professional work ethic and enthusiasm for gaining new knowledge and skills. Full-time and part-time students are encouraged to apply; we do our best to work with students and their class schedules.
Additional qualifications include:
Describe the tangible deliverables (projects, outcomes) that will be achieved:
We expect the intern to gain skills in writing, editing, research, marketing, communications and project management.
Employee Status: Part-time 15-20 Hours per week
Work Schedule: 3-4 days/week for 5 hours/day, but can be flexible
Salary (Hourly Rate): Combination of $500 (net) stipend and course credit
National Parks Conservation Association looks for a Social Media Intern in Washington, DC 20001 location.
The proposed salary for Social Media Intern Jobs position at National Parks Conservation Association is Confidential.
According to the common industry standard, Social Media Intern Jobs specialist is in charge for the following activities.
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