The Internship: In this 10-week program, our interns will work to develop and promote current projects to increase the number of people who condemn violence (roughly 75% of time) and participate in open-brief creative project (roughly 25% of time). Additionally, they will develop a collaborative creative project centered on a real-world problem. Each team will receive the appropriate resources, including mentors (Training Coordinator & Media Coordinator), to accomplish their goal and complete assignments. Our interns are sharp and can think both strategically and creatively no matter what discipline they are assigned to. Through this Internship Program we believe you will provide new perspectives to help further the work of Alliance. The support provided on project workflow, and collaboration with Alliance Team members will be to assist in the coordination, execution, and completion of deliverables to ensure high-quality output of all projects. This is a great chance, and we are excited for you to join! Internship Details: Interns will be chosen to work with the Alliance Training Coordinator, and/or Media Coordinator. Training Coordinator Support: Administrative work (filing, correspondence, phone calls, schedule calendar) Systems Support (learning Zoom, Youtube, Constant Contact, etc) Content review of training material (edit/proofread) Research on domestic and sexual violence, and additional information as needed Training Support to ensure conference/meetings (i.e. ensures all training material, activities, sign in, educational materials are packed) offers support during session (i.e. evaluations are complete, educational materials are packed, etc). Follows Training Coordinator Check List Provide support for newsletter (creative training flyers, write articles as needed) Help to recruit speakers for podcasts, radio, and training events. Help to develop newly formed Alliance Talk Show Media Coordinator Support: Administrative work (completing Activity Tracking Forms, schedule calendar, phone calls, attend media staff development meetings, etc) Systems Support (Constant Contact, Canva, Facebook, Instagram, etc) Content development (creating messages, writing editorials/articles, etc) Media Coverage (take photos, take notes on event, report event, etc) Research on domestic & sexual violence, and additional information as needed Media Conference Support to ensure conference/meetings (i.e. ensures all training material, activities, sign in, educational materials are packed) offers support during session (i.e. evaluations are complete, educational materials are packed, etc). Follows Media Coordinator Check List. Project End: Develop a media project using writing an article (400 words), producing a video public service announcement, or Develop a Social Media Campaign – with Media Coordinator. What are we offering: Paid internship working 20 hours per week for young adults ages 16-25. Duration: 10 weeks Location: American Samoa Alliance against Domestic & Sexual Violence (ASADSV) Office, Nuuuli, and will be provided a hourly wage. Receive training and mentorship from seasoned professionals Gain team-building experience, social justice training, work readiness training, and more
Press here for application. Forward all applications: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact 684-699-0272 ask for Marilyn Ho Ching, Media Coordinator.