Communications Intern

Coalition for Juvenile Justice



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The Communications Intern is available to students pursuing and undergraduate or graduate degree in advertising, journalism, or marketing field, social sciences, education, social work, law, and justice related fields or other relevant fields. You must have prior internship or related experience with a nonprofit, advocacy organization, or on Capitol Hill preferred; experience in marketing and communications a plus, excellent oral and interpersonal communications skills, and a team player who enjoys working in small groups and can function independently to meet goals to be considered for this position. As an intern, you will will assist with the execution of projects to develop and manage the overall provision of email, web-based, and social media communications with CJJ members and other key audiences. S/He will assist with the monthly newsletter, Facebook and Twitter posts and responses, the CJJ blog, and other forms of member communications.

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