Reports To: Communications Officer
Status: Non-Exempt, Part-Time Employee
To apply, submit a resume, cover letter and essay response to the question listed below.
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The Communications Intern position is a part-time, temporary, hourly position and reports directly to the Communications Officer.
The Intern will work on a variety of communications and marketing projects, including but not limited to: coordinating and executing social media posts, writing copy, interviewing internal and external stakeholders for blogs and newsletters; participating in planning meetings with staff; monitoring regional news and current events and the communications channels of our key stakeholders and other organizations important to our work; assisting the Communications Officer with branding and other strategic projects.
The candidate will work closely with key members of staff and community partners to help creative narrative work the speaks to what we do and how it impacts coastal South Carolina. This role will help us in increasing our social media presence, gaining visibility of our brand and streamlining our departmental processes.
The Communications Intern will be expected to work 10-20 hours per week.
The Communications Intern will agree with and demonstrate respect for the Foundation’s belief that diversity means the active inclusion of the entire community as welcomed participants in all Foundation activities; support the Foundation’s practice of encouraging diversity, equity and inclusiveness as the cornerstones of all that the Foundation does.
Coordinating, Creating and Distributing Content
Minimum knowledge, skills, experience, and education required:
Additional skills and experience preferred: