Elie Wiesel. Kerry Kennedy. Help bring their stories and many others to life as our intern.
Employer: The Echo Foundation
Location: Charlotte, NC
The Echo Foundation seeks student interns who will maintain and develop our existing social media platforms and websites during a summer semester internship. Students with The Echo Foundation play a critical role in the development and implementation of our educational programming. In a small, dynamic environment, interns have the opportunity to support our vital initiatives that advance the cause for humanity while gaining valuable research and product development experience.
Students can obtain internship credit based on their academic program requirements
Flexible schedule (10-20 hours a week)
Responsibilities to include:
Update Echo website
Transform data into a compelling communication tool
Create social media content reflecting the organization (i.e., Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, etc.)
Assist with office technology when needed
Perform other duties as assigned to achieve project goals and objectives
Possible Learning Outcomes:
Expanded learning of critical humanitarian issues
Increased experience working in a professional setting
Elevated collaboration techniques working in a group setting
Contributing to working with an organization that hosts an array of world leaders
Successful interns have a strong record of academic achievement, have been involved in campus activities, and demonstrate a commitment to the common good. Excellent project management and writing skills are required. Interns must also be highly motivated self-starters, able to work independently or on a team, and able to multi-task and have a commitment to excellence.
Internship qualifies as university credit and is unpaid.