Seeking a Communications Intern!
NARN Communications Internship
The Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN) is excited to offer a fully remote communications internship to undergraduate students who are seeking communications or nonprofit development opportunities in animal and human rights advocacy and activism, and experience working with a small but tenacious nonprofit focusing on animal rights and social justice. Internships are conducted on a rolling basis and typically last between four and six months.
- Current enrollment working towards a degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Policy, Non-profit Management, or other applicable degree relevant to NARN’s work and mission.
- Dedication to animal rights activism or interest in becoming involved in animal rights activism.
- Sincere interest in ethical veganism and advancing animal rights.
- Willingness to accept a variety of assignments.
- Excellent organizational and time management skills.
- Excellent research and writing skills.
- Ability to commit to a full-time or part-time schedule.
- Creativity and the ability to think critically.
- Familiarity with Canva is a plus.
- Familiarity with Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and other major social media platforms.
- Basic knowledge of social media analytics and tracking tools (e.g., Facebook Insights).
- Members of racially diverse backgrounds, women, non-binary folx, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and individuals with a disability are highly encouraged to apply.
Specific duties may include:
- Assist in creating written and visual content for various platforms, including press releases, blog posts, and newsletters.
- Assist in the development of engaging and shareable content for various social media platforms, including text, images, graphics, and videos.
- Manage and monitor our social media accounts, including scheduling posts and sharing with our partners on social media.
- Respond to comments, messages, and mentions on social media platforms in a timely and professional manner, fostering a sense of community.
- Track local and regional rule and comment processes for pressing issues pertaining to wildlife, animals used in agriculture or labs, environmental justice/sustainability, and/or climate change.
- Craft comment responses to government rulemakings or other administrative procedures.
- Webpage content creation.
- Participate in NARN meetings and events and write up/create press releases, social media, and/or blog posts that succinctly inform our followers.
- Develop existing social media accounts, including plans to grow followers and increase NARN’s media reach.
- Research and compile media lists, draft pitches, and support media outreach efforts for press coverage.
Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to email@example.com, addressed to Hannah Thompson-Garner. Applications received on a rolling basis.