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Posted: 08/16/2016

Employer
Civil War Trust
Communications


Position
Social Media Intern
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
Washington, DC
Details
$11.50
 

The Civil War Trust is the country's largest battlefield preservation organization and has saved 43,000 acres of land in 23 states. We are seeking a social media intern to assist with web and communications projects. These could include:

  • Managing grassroots advocacy Facebook pages.
  • Analyzing current Trust social pages and providing suggestions for increasing engagement.
  • Researching and assisting with strategy to build relationships with social influencers on Twitter.
  • Gathering assets for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Working with other departments to create new content for Civilwar.orgCampaign1776.org and related promotional materials.
  • Providing support and suggestions for creating timely content and testing new approaches to social platforms.

We are looking for a strong writer who is detail-oriented and eager to present original, creative ideas. Applicants should have some experience with community management and data analysis. A background in marketing, journalism or public relations is a plus, as is experience with the Adobe Suite.

The position is part-time, up to 30 hours a week, with hours to be determined with some flexibility. You will work in our downtown Washington, D.C. office. We would like to hire immediately for a three-month period, with the possibility of extension.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to mmartin@civilwar.org. Please indicate availability and how many hours you would like to work a week.
Meg Martin
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