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The Purple Rose Project
6887 Avenida Andorra
La Jolla, CA
Posted: June 07 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionThe Purple Rose Project is seeking a public health communications intern for our printed materials and educational interventions with professionals.
** NB: The address provided is TPRP's mailing address.
The main location of this internship shall be in Pacific Beach. Some work may also be completed at home.
Vision: The vision of The Purple Rose Project is to empower the overall cause to end domestic violence by building bridges between the community and victims and organizations involved through universal needs and desires. By community, we include all aspects, with special focus on people who had no particular prior concern with this issue. Where the community is empowered, in turn their victims and survivors are empowered, organizations addressing the issue are empowered, legal systems are empowered, and abusers are held accountable.
Mission: We are the community backing in the quest to end domestic violence. We do this by: 1/boosting “audience” and involvement, 2/providing effective and individualized means for organizations involved in the cause, and 3/ educating on the individuals not usually viewed as also victims (pets, family, the community as a whole).
Overview: The Purple Rose Project was founded as a grassroots movement in San Diego in October 2015. We are a 501(c)(3) charity and trademarked nationally.
ResponsibilitiesReview of existing TPRP library.
Creation, conception and editing of brochures. Collaboration with creative artwork member.
Collaboration with the Executive Director to create new educational interventions with professionals.
Possible speaking roles if the intern has such experience or remains in the position long enough to have assisted speaking engagements.
Research, analysis and short summaries of current events.
RequirementsMust have personal laptop with Powerpoint and Word programs
Must have own car (mileage for specific projects would be reimbursed)
Must be able to marry professionalism with a casual grassroots-type environment.
Must adhere to the cause to end domestic violence. Must be willing to learn about the subject.