Communications Internship, Sponsored By Burroughs Wellcome Fund

internship - full time,

Research America
Arlington, VA
Closed
Posted 90 Days ago
Research America
Arlington, VA
internship - full time,
Posted 90 Days ago
Closed

Description

Communications Internship, sponsored by Burroughs Wellcome Fund We are not currently accepting applications for the Communications Internship. Check back in a few weeks for updates. Research!Americas Mission The Research!America alliance advocates for science, discovery, and innovation to achieve better health for all. We advocate for a federal policy climate that helps empower our nations biomedical and health research sectors as they work to accelerate medical progress. For more information about Research!America, click here. Job Summary Research!America is offering a paid, temporary communications internship in our Arlington, Virginia office. Interns assist the organization in advancing its mission and objectives. Internships are typically 3 month full-time appointments (start and end dates are flexible). Duties: * Assist with basic website content updates * Assist with content for blog posts and social media accounts * Assist with preparations for speaking engagements * Write, proofread, fact-check and edit newsletter articles, press materials, and emails to Research!America members * Contribute to reports and analysis of media coverage * Contribute to analysis of survey data * Participate in communications strategy and program planning meetings * Provide on-site support at Capitol Hill briefings, programs and other events * Other projects as assigned Qualifications: Ideal candidates will have a strong academic background, excellent writing and editing skills, and an interest in medical and health research and related policy issues. Familiarity with Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, Excel) is required; experience with Web content management systems, blog software and social media is strongly preferred. Graduate students, PhD candidates or post-doctoral researchers with a science, health, communications, public policy or related degree or degree program are preferred.

Skills

social media, event management, microsoft powerpoint, proofreading, web content, content management, web content management, microsoft office, microsoft excel, microsoft word, analysis, organization, microsoft outlook, content management systems (cms), public policy

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