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Intern for Vegan OutreachBookmark This
Posted: February 04 2015
Company Location: Davis, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 3 Full-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionVegan Outreach works to reduce animal suffering through the promotion of a vegan diet. We are offering internships to energetic, upbeat, and positive activists interested in creating real change for animals through VO’s life-saving work. As a Vegan Outreach intern, you’ll learn effective grassroots advocacy skills, meet like-minded people, and engage in person-to-person outreach.
Interns can work with our Outreach Coordinator in Los Angeles, the Bay Area in Northern California, or Washington, DC. Alternatively, interns could tour with any of our traveling coordinators.
More information here: http://veganoutreach.org/internships/
ResponsibilitiesAs an intern, you will:
Leaflet with Vegan Outreach materials at colleges, concerts, and festivals.
Staff Vegan Outreach information tables at public events.
Participate in social media outreach.
As a Vegan Outreach intern, you’ll be considered part of our team. As such, the internship requires dedication and reliability.
A stipend of $50 per week is payable after the satisfactory completion of the internship. Unfortunately, we’re unable to provide housing at this point.
RequirementsStrong work ethic, including a willingness and ability to be on your feet for hours at a time leafleting.
Commitment to Vegan Outreach’s objectives, including our pragmatic approach of welcoming gradual change.
Friendly and personable manner and the ability to work well with others and communicate effectively.
Professional and clean personal presentation.
Ability to lift and carry up to 30 pounds.
At least 18 years of age.
Reliable access to the internet and/or a smart phone.
In some cases, a car and valid drivers license will be necessary.
Interns are required to provide their own housing.
Time Frame: Internships begin at the beginning of each month. A one-month commitment is required, though we welcome longer internships.