Thursday, July 27, 2017

Work in Progress

More to come for today's mostly just-the-jobs style set.  All done now; enjoy.

1) The Center for Auto Safety is actively recruiting for a Social Media Campaigner (pdf) to support the Safe Climate Campaign – 1-2 years’ experience in environmental or public interest advocacy; knowledge about global warming & consumer protection; and facility with social media desired.

2) A well-established advocacy & lobbying organization with a focus on international affairs seeks a Communications & Event Planning Associate for 6-month assignment running up to a March 2018 conference – event planning experience and an interest in and/or knowledge of America's interactions in Middle Eastern affairs desired – search managed by Brainstorm Creative Resources

3) The Aerospace Industries Association is in search mode for:
4) Online education provider K12 seeks paid Corporate Communications Intern to assist in management & content development for internal newsletter & corporate blog, as well as other communications & admin-related duties – late-Summer/early-fall start date; Herndon, Va. location

5-8) Brookings Institution
9-10) Curesearch for Children’s Cancer
11-16) Georgetown University
17) Internet Corporation for Assigned Names & NumbersCommunications Coordinator

18-19) MacArthur Foundation – Chicago, IL
20-23) Nature Conservancy
24) TEGNAManager, Publicity & Media Relations

25) American Diabetes AssociationSenior Manager, Organizational Communications

26) CACICommunications Specialist – active Top Secret clearance required

27) Crosby MarketingSenior Social Media Strategist

28) Healthcare Information & Management Systems SocietyAssociate Manager, State Government Relations (scroll to find)

29) PBSManager, Social Media – contractor status – see also main career page

30) Spina Bifida AssociationDirector of Marketing & Communications – $65k-$85k

31) Alaska Wilderness LeagueDevelopment Manager

32) Climate NexusCommunications Associate

33-34) Families Against Mandatory Minimums
35-36) Generation Hope – see also main career page
37) International Dairy Foods AssociationManager, Legislative Affairs and Political Programs (scroll to find)

38) Tax FoundationManager of Strategic Giving – search managed by Talent Market

39-40) U.S. China Education Trust (scroll to find)
41) CignaGovernment Relations Assistant/ Executive Admin

42-43) Jaques & Associates (scroll to find)
44-45) Reingold
more to come OK, we're done –


Gordon said...

Maternal and Child Survival Program - Communications and Graphic Design Internship

The Maternal and Child Survival Program is a global, USAID Cooperative Agreement to introduce and support high-impact health interventions with a focus on 24 high-priority countries with the ultimate goal of ending preventable maternal and child deaths (EPMCD) within a generation. The Program is focused on ensuring that all women, newborns and children most in need have equitable access to quality health care services to save lives. The Maternal and Child Survival Program supports programming in maternal, newborn and child health, immunization, family planning and reproductive health, nutrition, health systems strengthening, water/sanitation/hygiene, malaria, prevention of mother-to-child transmission of HIV, and pediatric HIV care and treatment.

The Communications and Graphic Design Intern will assist the MCSP Communications Team in executing communications plans and strategies. This includes seeking opportunities to highlight MCSP programs, initiatives, products and results through featured articles, collateral, conferences, events, and via web and social media mediums.

This internship is unpaid and open to current students only. Responsibilities:
• Support Communications Team in the execution of MCSP’s strategic communications plan
• Provide graphic design support to the Communications Team.
• Engage MCHIP and other organizations on social media channels
• Help to write and deliver press releases, fact sheets, blogs, articles and collateral materials
• Develop accurate and creative story ideas for a variety of media and selected audiences, including sharing among like-minded groups and partner organizations
• Aid in planning of high level events for USAID and MCSP Required Qualifications:
• Demonstrate ability to plan and execute successful events and manage projects
• Experience in graphic design, specifically adobe products (InDesign, Illustrator, and Photoshop –
preferred); Proficiency in other Adobe products highly valued.
• Ability to multi-task is a must
• Strong written oral and presentation skills
• Familiarity with and/or interest in international development
• Ability to meet deadlines under pressure, build consensus and work with diverse groups of people
• Preference will be given to students enrolled in programs such as Graphic Design, Communications, or other applicable programs.

To apply for this position, please send a cover letter and resume to Only applications sent to the email address provided will be reviewed.

Gordon said...

Forbes Tate Partners - Public Affairs/Social Media Intern


Forbes Tate Partners (FTP) is a full-service public affairs consultancy, specializing in bipartisan government relations, strategic communications, grassroots advocacy, corporate growth and change, and fundraising and development. As a mid-sized firm, we have the breadth and depth of personnel and experience to manage a portfolio of over sixty clients, but also the flexibility to provide our clients with attentive and highly personalized support.


The FTP internship program offers practical and hands-on experience working in the nexus between the public and private sectors. We seek to prepare our interns for the next step in their professional or academic careers and hone their communications, analytical, and research skills. Our program exposes interns to the daily workings of our firm and affords them the opportunity to learn from the firm's consultants, conduct research on their behalf, and write analyses for staff. Interns will work with all departments at FTP, including Government Relations, Operations, and Research & Policy Analysis, though the majority of this internship will be focused on working with the Public Affairs department. Specific duties include supporting multiple social media rapid response operations, assisting with weekly and monthly qualitative reports for clients, and working with staff to execute robust paid advertising programs.


Fall 2017
Internship Dates: ASAP – Friday, December 15th, 2017
Internship Schedule: Monday-Friday, 9am to 5pm
Internship Pay: $12.50 per hour


Ideal candidates will be highly proficient writers and possess strong research skills. The ability to multitask and thrive in a fast-paced environment are also highly desirable. Undergraduate students (Juniors/Seniors), graduate students, and recent graduates are encouraged to apply.


Please fill out this page and send with your resume, cover letter, and a short writing sample (1-3 pages) to Deanna Cook at Our Intern Coordinator will review all applications and notify qualified applicants of next steps.