Sunday, April 23, 2017

Did You Miss These the First Time Around?

Here's your second chance to cast for one of these previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.

Global Network Initiative Policy DirectorApr. 24

International Monetary FundStaff Assistant, Ombuds Office (scroll to find or search using job #1700426) – part time – Apr. 24

Scientific Consulting GroupCommunications Specialist, Digital Media (scroll to find) – Apr. 24

Library of Congress
U.S. ArmyCongressional Operations Analyst – $66k-$103k – 2 posts available – Apr. 25

Nature Conservancy
Bridges BaltimoreCommunications Specialist – Baltimore, MD – Apr. 27

Congressional Budget OfficeVisual Information & Production Specialist – $75k-$120k – Apr. 28

George Washington University Associate, Institutional Giving for the School of Medicine & Health Sciences – Apr. 28

Leadership Roundtable –  Communications & Marketing ManagerApr. 28

Ocean Conservancy Communications AssistantApr. 28

United Way of Escambia County Director of Communications & Outreach – $41k-$50k – Pensacola, FL – Apr. 29

University of MarylandAssistant Director of CommunicationsApr. 29

National Alliance on Mental Health

1 comment:

Gordon said...

New Heights Communications - Public Relations/Marketing Interns

Summer & Fall 2017 - paid positions

Washington, DC/telecommute possible

Founded in 2010, New Heights Communications works with change-makers doing cutting-edge work to win campaigns, influence public policy and change hearts and minds. Our clients run the gamut from progressive advocacy organizations and national non-profits to political groups and public interest law firms. We change the debate by helping our clients find their message, frame it for the media, and get right into the conversation—we turn ideas into headlines.

Want to fight the Trump Administration and work on issues like building a progressive movement, ensuring retirement security for public workers and blocking the Trump travel ban? Do you love writing and working with the media?

We’re looking for interns for Summer and Fall 2017. We are committed to preparing our interns for successful careers in advocacy, public relations, marketing and public affairs. Interns can expect to:

· Create press lists, pitch media and develop media coverage reports for our clients;

· Develop marketing materials and social media for New Heights;

· Develop creative ideas to get our clients and ourselves in the news;

· Be part of a small, energetic team where everyone has a hand in everything.

We expect a lot, but we give a lot, too. We provide lots of feedback and expect you to do the same. Interns leave us with a concrete set of skills and a full portfolio of writing projects.

Ideal candidate is:

· Undergraduate or recent grad, and have or are working toward a bachelor’s degree in communications, political science, economics or related field;

· Passionate about progressive causes, rebuilding the middle class, and protecting civil rights – and good at explaining why;

· An excellent writer who can quickly grasp new content and adapt easily to changing tone, voice, format and end-goals in writing;

· Mature, responsible, and can handle projects in a short time frame;

· Able to devote at least 2-3 days per week for a period of 10 weeks;

· Located in Washington, DC, although we’re willing to accept telecommuters.

And if this somehow doesn’t describe you, but you badly want to intern here anyway, give it a go and tell us why you’re the perfect candidate.

To apply:

Send a resume, cover letter and two excellent writing samples, including one media relations/press or social media piece if you have one, to We pay a generous stipend to our interns.