Monday, November 28, 2022

Paid Spring Communication Internship with Prince George’s Audubon Society

The Prince George’s Audubon Society seeks a communications intern for the 2023 spring semester to:

  • Carry out a full upgrade and revamp of our chapter website, including set-up of tools for email marketing 
  • Integrate social media to augment our outreach
  • Help make the PGAS website a dynamic, electronic hub where members, volunteers and the public can learn about and sign up to volunteer for and/or participate in PGAS events such as bird walks, the Migration Festival and the Habitat Advisor program

*$17 per hour ($2,295 total), nine hours a week for the spring semester, virtual and in-person*

 

Qualifications—

1.      Demonstrated ability to develop a website using Squarespace or a similar platform

2.      Demonstrated ability to use Calendly or a similar software program

3.      Ability to work both independently and with a team

4.      Knowledge of best ways to reach a wider audience with social media tools

Preferred Interest/Knowledge—

Environmental studies and/or interest in the natural world

Opportunities will include—

1.      Engagement with Audubon on Campus, a national program that supports student conservationists

2.      Training with naturalists who lead PGAS’s Audubon Wildlife Habitat Program

3.      Deepened understanding of the role wildlife habitat plays in sustaining ecosystem health

4.      Mentorship and supervision provided by educator and co-founder of PGAS Wildlife Habitat Program—a dynamic, grassroots effort to empower people to make beneficial change in their own outdoor spaces

5.      Hands-on experience with a growing environmental organization

Application instructions— (Deadline: Friday, December 9, 2022)

Send a resume and one-page cover letter to audubonwildlifehabitat@gmail.com in which you address these questions: 

1.      Why do you want to be the PGAS communications intern?

2.      What would you bring to the experience and what you hope to get out of it? 

3.      Which of the preferred and required skills and knowledge do you have?