The International Programs division is responsible for the design and implementation of all international development programs managed by Save the Children USA. This includes public and institutional fundraising, project design, and program implementation. The Strategy and Communications Intern for International Programs will have a role in supporting and designing the annual divisional strategy elevating our expertise and achievements, particularly communicating in networks most often used by our donors, partners, and other development professionals.
As an intern, you will have the opportunity to network with other Save the Children staff and volunteers, and participate in learning sessions about various topics spanning the breadth of Save the Children’s work. Through this experience, you will gain a greater understanding about how the international development community intersects with the private sector. You will also gain transferable skills that are applicable to a variety of roles, particularly in the non-profit industry, marketing, sales, and client services.
What You’ll Be Doing (Essential Duties)
This position will collaborate with international programs division to develop a consistent internal communications strategy, develop best practice recommendations for increasing the social media presence of our programmatic expertise and achievements, and provide support on the annual strategy process. The intern will collaborate with staff across the division to elevate internal communications, and it will collaborate with Marketing, Communications, and Fundraising (MCF) staff to increase the visibility of technical programmatic work to a wider audience.
Essential Duties, Responsibilities and Impact
Preferred Qualifications (remove, if not applicable)
What’s In It for You
Classification: Paid Intern
Part-time: 16-24 hours per week
Dates: June 2, 2020 to August 7, 2020
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