We are seeking a self‐motivated intern to assist our Executive Director and Deputy Director with general operation tasks including: program development, operations and logistics, communications outreach and social media.
We are looking for someone who is:
Computer literate: Comfortable with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
Independent worker / Self‐Starter
Familiar with general office operations
Passionate about the advancement of women in politics
This position will require a commitment of 8 to 10 hours each week, and can be flexible to accommodate a class schedule and/or other employment. Availability on all program weekends, and access to reliable transportation are additional requirements.
Feb. 13, 20
This is a paid internship. A monthly stipend will be granted, in addition to reimbursement of any travel expenses required. However, we are also happy to work with your school to allow you to earn college credit. There is ample opportunity to learn political skills, use social networking, and meet Democratic leaders around the state.
Programs: Coordinate program logistics and attend programmatic events
Administrative: data entry and other database work
Communications: Draft blog posts and update social networking sites like Facebook and Twitter
Fundraising: Assist the Executive Director with donor prospecting, research, fundraising events and call time
Emerge is based in Madison, but opportunities to work across the state remotely can also be available.
Please send a resume and brief email explaining your interest in the internship to our Deputy Director, Carly Wilson at email@example.com .
Emerge Wisconsin is strongly committed to providing equal opportunity for all applicants in all positions. Women, people of color, and people with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
We are currently accepting applications for spring of 2019. Deadline to apply is January 10, 2019.