Marketing & Communications Post-College Internship

12777-WVIG0032
Federal Way
31-Mar-19
International Role - No - Only National applicants will be considered.
Less Than 1 Year

At World Vision, we inspire supporters to come alongside and experience the joy of transforming vulnerable children's life stories.

The Marketing & Communications post-college intern is an important member of the Global Marketing Innovation team who will help craft storytelling content to invite more people to join World Vision in its mission to create lasting impact that will live on in generations to come.

The Marketing & Communications Post-College Internship with World Vision will involve: producing creative content and storytelling, collaborating with our team to produce materials for content marketing and social media, and participating in developing campaigns and resources to mobilize and engage supporters around World Vision’s work.

This internship will provide a top-notch recent college graduate, upcoming college graduate or part-time graduate student with the opportunity to join the World Vision International’s Global Strategic Marketing team for ten months beginning in June 2019.

Interns will receive a $1600 monthly living stipend and gain significant ministry and professional development experiences through vocational coaching, intentional mentorship with World Vision staff, and possible external education opportunities. This internship will be located in Federal Way, WA.

Required Skills:

Marketing & Communications Post-College Internship applicants should have the following:

  • Strong creative and technical writing skills.

  • Research and analytical skills.

  • Innovative, with a passion and ability to explore new ideas.

  • Collaborative, with experience working with teams.

  • Strong written and interpersonal communication skills.

  • Excellent organizational skills.

  • Project management capabilities, with experience completing projects from start-to-finish.

  • Passion for and starting knowledge of social justice issues, particularly relating to development.

  • Basic understanding of marketing and communications for non-profit purposes.