The mission of The Advocates for Human Rights is to implement international human rights standards in order to promote civil society and reinforce the rule of law. By involving volunteers in research, education, and advocacy, we build broad constituencies in the United States and select global communities.
Job Title: Development and Communications Internship
Location: Twin Cities Metro
Salary: Unpaid Type: Internship Deadline: Open until filled
Primary Duties and Responsibilities:
Working with the Development and Communications team, the intern will:
- Write press releases, facebook posts, Tweets, and articles for the website
- Assist with event planning and promotion of events
- research fudning prospects and write grant proposals
- assist with the creation of general marketing and communications publications
- update website (language, cosmetic changes)
Experience and Qualifications Required:
- self-motivated and able to work in a cooperative, busy, diverse environment.
- organized, detail-oriented and have excellent follow-through.
- able to meet deadlines.
- have strong interpersonal skills.
- proficient in Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
- graphic design experience, experience using Adobe In Design, or knowledge of HTML a definite plus.
- Hours: 8-12 hours per week during the school year or 10-20 hours per week in the summer
- Fexible schedule
- Position open until filled
To apply for this internship, please download the Intern Application (Word document) and include a cover letter, resume, and either a brief (3-5 pages) writing sample or 3-5 visual samples with your application. Please email your application (MS Word) to email@example.com or mail the application to:
Internship and Fellowship Application Form
330 Second Avenue South, Suite 800, Minneapolis, MN 55401 USA Phone: (612) 341-3302 Fax: (612) 341-2971 Immigration Client Line: (612) 341-9845 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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