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2024 Internship Schedule

Working Together on Project

Summer Term: June 1 – Aug 30

Application opens: Mar 1

Application closes: Apr 15

Spring Term:  Jan 15 – May 31

Application opens: Nov 1

Application closes: Dec 15

Fall Term: Sept 1 – Dec 15

Application opens: June 1

Application closes: August 15

Current Open Internship Positions:

Marketing & Communications Intern

Development Intern

International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP) Intern

POSITION SUMMARIES

 *Internship positions will be filled on a rolling bases

Marketing & Communications Intern

Term: Spring Term:  Jan 15 – May 31      

Work Hours: ~20 hours/week (negotiable)  

Location: Hybrid, both in office and remote

  • Create posts for all of WACLV’s social media platforms that promote WACLV programming and awareness of current global affairs 

  • Engage public in WACLV programming through social media  

  • Assist in developing social presence for other WACLV programs and services

  • Assist in creating content for newsletter and mass email communications 

  • Conduct grant research and opportunities for funding

  • Assist in writing grant narratives and the application process

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, COMPETENCIES 

  • Current undergraduate or graduate candidate, or degree in communications, marketing, education, international affairs, or related field 

  • Experience working with social media, and graphic design 

  • Familiar with Constant Contact

  • Dependability: follows instructions, consistently on time to meetings and events, ensures completion of projects and tasks, and responds to management direction 

  • Communicator: excellent verbal and written communication skills and maintains open line of communication across all necessary parties 

  • Organized: detail-oriented, efficient, consistent, accurate 

  • Prioritization: effectively manages workload, meets deadlines 

  • Other important competencies for success in the role: 

    • Adaptability – adapts to changes in the work environment, manages and prioritizes various projects and tasks simultaneously 

    • Follow-Up – proactively follows-up on all deliverables and requests. Effectively manages details and is highly responsive 

    • Cultural Acumen – values multi-cultural experiences, appreciates cultural differences, and demonstrates inclusion

 

  • TO APPLY 

    • Please email a resume and cover letter to: contact@waclv.org. Please type “Marketing & Communications Intern” in the email subject line.

Development Intern 

 

Term: Spring Term:  Jan 15 – May 31      

Work Hours: ~20 hours/week (negotiable)  

Location: Hybrid, both in office and remote

  • Create posts for all of WACLV’s social media platforms that promote WACLV programming and awareness of current global affairs 

  • Engage public in WACLV programming through social media  

  • Assist in developing social presence for other WACLV programs and services

  • Assist in creating content for newsletter and mass email communications 

  • Conduct grant research and opportunities for funding

  • Assist in writing grant narratives and the application process

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, COMPETENCIES 

  • Current undergraduate or graduate candidate, or degree in communications, marketing, education, international affairs, or related field 

  • Experience working with social media, and graphic design 

  • Familiar with Constant Contact

  • Dependability: follows instructions, consistently on time to meetings and events, ensures completion of projects and tasks, and responds to management direction 

  • Communicator: excellent verbal and written communication skills and maintains open line of communication across all necessary parties 

  • Organized: detail-oriented, efficient, consistent, accurate 

  • Prioritization: effectively manages workload, meets deadlines 

  • Other important competencies for success in the role: 

    • Adaptability – adapts to changes in the work environment, manages and prioritizes various projects and tasks simultaneously 

    • Follow-Up – proactively follows-up on all deliverables and requests. Effectively manages details and is highly responsive 

    • Cultural Acumen – values multi-cultural experiences, appreciates cultural differences, and demonstrates inclusion

  • TO APPLY 

    • Please email a resume and cover letter to: contact@waclv.org. Please type “Marketing & Communications Intern” in the email subject line.

International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) Intern 

Term: Spring Term:  Jan 15 – May 31      

Work Hours: ~20 hours/week (negotiable) 

Compensation: Unpaid    (for now.  Once confirmed, it may change to paid or course credit)        

Location: Hybrid, both in office and remote

Work with the IVLP Programming staff on short/long term assignments, including:

  • Assist in coordinating professional appointments, logistical arrangements, cultural activities, and dinner hospitality for international visitors;

  • Help arrange WACLV community and educational programs;

  • Expand the current pool of resources through research;

  • Share daily administrative chores (copying, filing, updating database).

 

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS, COMPETENCIES 

Current undergraduate or graduate candidate, or degree in communications, marketing, education, international affairs, or related field

  • Proficiency in MS Office

  • Proficiency in Internet research

  • Background and interest in international affairs

  • Ability to perform detail-oriented work under minimum supervision

  • Strong writing, communication, and organizational skills

  • Positive attitude

  • Dependability: follows instructions, consistently on time to meetings and events, ensures completion of projects and tasks, and responds to management direction

  • Communicator: excellent verbal and written communication skills and maintains open line of communication across all necessary parties

  • Organized: detail-oriented, efficient, consistent, accurate

  • Prioritization: effectively manages workload, meets deadlines

  • Participate in WACLV community programs

  • TO APPLY

Please email a resume and cover letter to: contact@waclv.org. Please type “International Visitor Leadership Program (IVLP) Intern” in the email subject line.

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