For all prospective interns, and graduates, this is a session you will want to attend:
Girls, Inc. is a non-profit group and part of their mission statement is below:
“Girls Inc. opens opportunities to girls who are too often shut out from them. In a society that systematically undervalues and undermines girls—especially girls living in poverty and girls of color—we ensure that they grow up healthy, educated, and independent. Through our research-based programs, safe spaces, and long-term mentoring relationships, we change the trajectories of girls’ lives. At Girls Inc., girls discover their strengths, build lasting skills, and become leaders in their communities. We also advocate with and for girls, on a local and national scale, advancing policies that expand their rights and promote equity for all. Learn more at girlsinc.org .”
Job Description : The Marketing and Communications Intern will support a wide variety of digital communications, marketing, media relations, and design projects. With the growing importance of social media on an organization’s visibility, the intern will heavily support the Girls Inc. social media strategy. Working closely with the Public Policy Department, the Intern will lend valuable support on the implementation of the #GirlsToo advocacy campaign addressing the sexual harassment and violence too many girls and young people face.
For details on the position and the contact information for applying, see the PDF attached.
Dear COMD interns,
Brooklyn College is seeking 2 Interns to assist in web and design projects at the College’s Office of Institutional Effectiveness. You would need to send your resume, portfolio, and cover letter to Isana Leshchinskaya. Her email is Isana.Leshchinskaya@brooklyn.cuny.edu.