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Internships with the Communications Office - Media Outreach

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Open/Close Dates: 
Jul 01, 2014 to Jul 18, 2014

POSITION:  Fall Communications and Media Outreach Intern
SALARY:  Unpaid, but students may arrange to receive academic credit for their internship through their university
DATES:  August 2014-December 2014 (Start and end dates flexible)
HOURS: 20-35 hours a week
LOCATION: Washington, D.C.

The communications department at the Wilson Center seeks an energetic and self-motivated student or recent graduate interested in public policy, international affairs, and communications for an internship this spring. Consistently ranked as one of the top think tanks in the world, the Wilson Center provides opportunities for hands on experience working on a wide range of issues that impact today’s public policy debates.

DUTIES:

The intern is involved in virtually every aspect of The Wilson Center’s Communications department – a dynamic team managing external communications for Wilson Center events, publications, media relations, and online communications.

The intern performs a range of duties including: writing press releases and media advisories, outreach through social media, and communications strategies for highlighted Wilson Center events and projects. The intern also assists with the maintenance of The Wilson Center website and media contacts databases; the upkeep of related files. Other duties may also be assigned. 

QUALIFICATIONS:

The applicant must have strong writing and organizational skills, an interest in current affairs, and the ability to work independently and efficiently. The applicant should be interested in current intellectual and scholarly developments in a wide variety of fields. Experience in the field of journalism and an expressed interest in a wide variety of fields is valued.  Both graduate and undergraduate students are welcome to apply.

The applicant should be able to use standard computer word-processing software such as Word and be familiar with Web-based research methods.

The Wilson Center is an equal opportunity employer and follows equal opportunity employment guidelines in the selection of its interns. Internships are open to all U.S. residents and qualified international students with F-1 or J-1 visas.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please submit a resume and cover letter to drew.sample@wilsoncenter.org Earlier application is encouraged as applications are considered on a rolling basis.  Positions are open until filled. Please address your availability in your cover letter. All applications will be considered. 

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Internships
Woodrow Wilson Center
One Woodrow Wilson Plaza
1300 Pennsylvania Ave., N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20004-3027
Email: internships@wilsoncenter.org

Contact Information

General and Website Inquiries
wwics@wilsoncenter.org
T 202/691-4000
F 202/691-4001

Media Inquiries

Broadcast - Adam Hudson
adam.hudson@wilsoncenter.org
T 202/691-4217

Print and New Media - Drew Sample
drew.sample@wilsoncenter.org
T 202/691-4379

Wilson Quarterly
Zack Stanton, Editor
wq@wilsoncenter.org
T 202/691-4266

Wilson Center Press
Joe Brinley, Director
press@wilsoncenter.org
T 202/691-4042