Equality Texas seeks a social media intern for the Spring 2017 Semester to help develop and implement our digital media strategy. The goal for this position will be to use social media platforms to elevate the mission and vision of Equality Texas, generate inbound traffic to the Equality Texas homepage, and grow Equality Texas’ online community. The social media intern will meet with LGBTQ stakeholders and gain valuable professional experience in this hands-on role. Responsibilities will include: (i) Managing day-to-day social media publishing across multiple platforms, including Facebook and Twitter; (ii) Developing shared documents on strategy, traffic, and conversion goals; (iii) Maintaining content on the Equality Texas website as part of an overall strategy. Qualified applicants will: (i) Have a solid familiarity with social media, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, SnapChat, etc.; (ii) Currently be pursuing an undergraduate degree in Public Administration, Communications, Political Science, or other relevant field; (iii) Have a demonstrated interest in equality space politics; (iv) Have excellent work ethic and attention to detail; and (v) Be an enrolled student at a Texas based university.
The 2017 Social Media Intern will work from the Equality Texas office in San Antonio. The office is a friendly and fun place to work. Internships with the communications department offer you a chance to make a difference while you build your experience and résumé.
To apply, please e-mail a letter of interest and résumé to DeAnne Cuellar, Communications Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org
In your letter, tell us why you would like to be an intern at Equality Texas and what civil rights issues concern you the most. Also, please include days and hours available, previous intern or volunteer experience, list any skills that are particularly suited for the internship position, and a phone number or e-mail at which you can be reached.
As an equal opportunity employer, Equality Texas embraces diversity and does not discriminate in employment on the basis of age, race, color, creed, gender or gender identity or expression, religion, marital status, veteran’s status, national origin, disability, or sexual orientation. People of color are strongly encouraged to apply.