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The Mayor’s Office on African Affairs
2000 14th Street, NW, Suite 401
Posted: August 10 2015
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DescriptionThe Mayor’s Office on African Affairs is recruiting interns for Fall Internship 2015. MOAA’s Internship program is a unique opportunity for undergraduate, graduate students, and young professionals who are seeking to engage in public service and serve the District’s diverse African communities. Each year, MOAA attracts dynamic interns who represent the diversity of the African community to support the overall mission of Mayor Muriel Bowser. Through this program, interns interface with various sectors of District government, community- and faith-based organizations, businesses and other stakeholders thereby enhancing their leadership skills, and professional experiences. Beyond their individual work assignments, MOAA interns share responsibility for the agency’s administrative tasks, providing staff support and participating in program implementation and activities.
The following intern positions are available for Fall 2015 (August 12015 – December 31, 2015):
Grant Intern: Will provide support for MOAA’s African Community Grant activities and will continue to develop MOAA’s resource database.
Outreach Intern: Intern will serve as primarily liaison to the African communities and will help advance the agency’s mission and presence.
Program Intern: Will assist in delivering a wide range of programs designed to improve the quality of life of African immigrants in the District.
Communication and visual Intern: Will provide assistance in carrying out the agency’s internal as well as external communication plans.
Interns are selected on a competitive basis. The following are minimum qualifications:
Superior knowledge of African immigrant issues;
A passion for public service and a commitment to serve the District’s diverse African communities;
Strong written and oral communication skills as well as excellent organizational and computer abilities;
Flexibility to work a minimum of 32 hours per week and attend occasional evening and weekend events
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment with minimal supervision
Completion of graduate studies
Outgoing, great public speaking skills, and professional demeanor
Highly desired attributes:
Highly desired attributes:
Bilingual or multilingual interns strongly preferred (especially Amharic, French, and Arabic);
Strong community ties with groups, organizations and institutions working on Africa-related issues;
Good working knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite programs, social media, and visual media.
To apply, please submit a cover letter, a short writing sample (2-3 pages maximum), and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org stating which position you wish to apply for in the subject line. In your cover letter, be sure to include how many hours you’re available to work and your desired start and end dates.