Available upon request
The Presidio Institute Communications Intern is an ideal role for an individual interested in pursuing a career in the social impact realm. Working as part of a team, the communications intern will provide project support in the development of organizational messaging, collateral and other materials, social media, on- and off-site event coordination, and other activities in support of the Institute’s marketing and communications objectives. Benefits Stipend: $300 every two weeks Transportation Benefit: $50 monthly parking permits for car owners or $50/month for non-car owners Housing: Interns are provided a single occupancy (one person) room in dormitory-style housing in the Presidio with basic accommodations including a furnished private room, shared kitchen, and common areas. Interns must sign a housing contract, abide by the residential rules and contribute to the maintenance of the household. Interns must reside in the housing provided to be eligible for the internship. We cannot accept non-residential interns. Why Apply Gain professional development in a team setting Explore personal and professional interests in social challenges such as climate change, health care, or income inequality Develop and refine communications and marketing skills Play an active role in the development of a once-in-a-lifetime project Great opportunity to live in a beautiful national park and work with staff and volunteers from diverse backgrounds who share a common interest in engaging the public and preserving the natural and cultural history of the Presidio. Terms The position is considered volunteer and is part of the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Program. Interns are required to sign the Presidio Trust’s Volunteer Agreement.
Provide project management support for a range of communications initiatives that include publication, video, and collateral development Maintain the Presidio Institute marketing production calendar Draft content for social media channels, website, and email marketing Assist in the marketing and execution of special events Capture and edit photos and video content of Institute-sponsored events and programs Administrative tasks and support for other projects and initiatives as needed
Interested candidates should send a cover letter outlining your interest and preferred date range for intern position, resume and contact information (including full name, title, phone number and e-mail address) for at least two references by e-mail to Robert Menezes at firstname.lastname@example.org. PDF format is preferred but Microsoft Word versions will be accepted. In-person or virtual interviews (depending on location of applicant) will be scheduled with qualified candidates.