[act-ma] Call for Fall 2014 Interns: IPS Boston
info at jamaicaplainforum.org
Wed Jul 30 13:37:09 PDT 2014
The Jamaica Plain Forum and the Jamaica Plain New Economy Transition (both
projects of the Institute for Policy Studies) are seeking interns to help
with communications, marketing, publicity, and event coordination for our
vibrant neighborhood engagements. This is a great opportunity for someone
looking for real-world marketing and communications experience for a great
cause, and to work in one of the foremost progressive non-profits in the US.
See jamaicaplainforum.org for more info on the JP Forum.
See jptransition.org <http://www.idealist.org/info/jptransition.org> for
more info on the JP New Economy Transition
- Support staff to promote and publicize Fall Schedule of speakers,
films and workshops for the JP community.
- Design and create outreach materials—flyers, email blast, etc for
- Create and curate content on social media platforms to strengthen our
- Support staff with event logistics (occasional evening hours)-3x month
- Assist with administrative tasks including database entry, invoice and
payment tracking and fundraising support.
- Support staff in managing volunteers for events.
- Ability to work on a team of progressive thought leaders and
- Passionate commitment to progressive issues, especially inequality,
climate change, and the transition to a just, sustainable, humane economy
- Graphic design experience
- Strong background in writing
- At least 2+ years of post-secondary education or equivalent experience
- Ability to work some evening hours (5-9pm, 2-4 nights per month)
- Ability to work on Tuesdays a plus
- Spanish language skills a plus
How to apply
*To apply for the Marketing, Communications and Outreach Internship please
email a resume and cover letter to Tracy Bindel
at info at jamaicaplainforum.org <info at jamaicaplainforum.org> with the name of
the internship in the subject line. Additionally, if you have them, please
submit* *one or two examples of marketing/publicity materials you have
created or worked on. PDF strongly preferred.*
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