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NCAC Communications and Media Intern
NCAC is seeking a savvy Media/Communications intern to assist the Communications Director and other members of staff with maintaining NCAC's websites and databases as well as helping develop and hone strategy for press outreach. Exceptional written ability is a must.
This a perfect opportunity for a college student looking for a hands-on experience in the daily running of a national non-profit. The intern can expect to learn and contribute to how we craft and hone our public messaging around our work and how we increase awareness of our organization in far flung corners of the country, something crucial to NCAC's work and mission.
An interest/background in free speech issues is useful but not required.
The internship can be either part or full time, is unpaid but can be done for college credit. To apply email a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org. Deadline for applications is May 15th.
Communications Intern tasks include but are not limited to:
Gathering press contacts.
Brainstorm messaging strategies for the communication of our work.
Reaching out to press members to build closer relationships.
Following up with key members of press lists once a press release has gone out to increase press coverage.
Assisting in drafting press releases.
Social media posts.
Uploading press releases to website.
Uploading In The News Links.
- Helping with site organization, tagging posts correctly, making site more interconnected.
- Conduct research for and help develop our Wiki of Censorship, Censorpedia.
- Help brainstorm, research, write and develop new NCAC resources.