Sunday, March 11, 2018

Submitted for Your Reconsideration

Here's a chance for one more look at 25 previously noted opportunities closing in the upcoming week.

Congressman Jim Himes (D-CT) – Staff AssistantMar. 12

DHS/Immigration & Customs EnforcementPublic Affairs Specialist – $56k-$88k – Mar. 12

Raise DC Executive DirectorMar. 12

FDA/Center for Drug Evaluation & ResearchWriter/Editor – $96k-$126k – Mar. 13

Food & Drug Administration – both of these are subject to early closure:
Smithsonian Institution Public Affairs Specialist supporting the National Museum of the American Indian – $56k-$73k – Mar. 13

Nature Conservancy
League of Conservation Voters Digital CoordinatorMar. 14

Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
Writer/Editor – $68k-$129k – Mar. 15

DC Office of the Chief Technology Officer Public Affairs Specialist – $81k-$104k – Mar. 15 

Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Multimedia Production & Communication Specialist – $96k-$126k – Mar. 15 

Centers for Medicare & Medicaid ServicesPublic Affairs Specialist – $96k-$126k – Mar. 16

Commercial Vehicle Safety Alliance Manager of Government AffairsMar. 16

 Fairfax County
National Association of States United for Aging & DisabilitiesCommunications & Research AssistantMar. 16

Union of Concerned Scientists

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Gordon said...

National Urban League Washington Bureau - Communications Intern

The National Urban League Washington Bureau is seeking an unpaid communications and digital intern to start immediately. Reporting to the Senior Director of Communications and External Affairs with day-to-day oversight by the Senior Manager of Communications, the Communications

Intern will:
• Help develop and message NULWB’s policy products, issue campaigns, events, and other work to the media and public
• Help produce our weekly podcast by developing episode ideas, scheduling guests, drafting scripts, editing audio, and preparing interview questions
• Draft and design social media content and assets
• Write and pitch press releases, statements, advisories, op-eds, and blog posts
• Pitch select NUL and NULWB staff as media spokespeople on key issues
• Help maintain NULWB social media accounts
• Work with policy team to coordinate content
• Help drive the growth of NULWB’s digital media presence
• Participate in the planning and implementation of media strategy around issues, campaigns and events
• Develop and maintain databases of press contacts
• Compile daily news clips
• Other duties as assigned

Requirements and qualifications:
• Ability to commit at least three days a week
• College student, graduate student or Bachelor’s degree with a major in public relations, marketing, communications, journalism, or the like
• Social media and digital know-how
• Passion for civil rights and economic justice
• Interest or experience in politics or congress
• Solid writing, editing, and research skills
• Strong organizational skills and attention to details
• Ability to work under pressure and tight deadlines in a fast-paced environment
• Ability to quickly and accurately absorb key policy issues and news
• Ability to work on several projects simultaneously
• Ability to work as part of a team or individually

To apply:

Send cover letter, resume, two writing samples (such as a press release, speech, article, or op-ed) and three professional references to and No phone calls please.