a year ago
With a diverse client list, our interns get broad exposure to New York City politics, you will be working alongside our Director of Communications. This is a great opportunity for undergrads and recent grads to gain experience in political communications. Some responsibilities consist of:
-Maintain social media presence on all relevant platforms for the company and clients
-Search and compile daily media client clips
-Provide general support to communications director and other team members
-Organize and update our press contact lists
-OpEd and Press Release drafting
-Some administrative duties
Number of positions available
-Students in communications, marketing, or related fields preferred. Political Science and English also accepted.
-Solid experience with social media platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram), Hootsuite a plus.
-Strong writing skills
-Knowledgeable about city and state politics in New York
-Creative and innovative thinking
-Attention to details and research skills
-Proficient in MS Office Programs and Google Docs, Sheets
-Ideally has previous experience in social media or PR (but not mandatory)
-15-20 hours a week
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What happens after you send in your application?
The Advance Group is actively interviewing now. We asked The Advance Group what they would do if an applicant does not move forward in the hiring process, and this is what they said: “A phone call explaining why, though I will tell people on the call if I do not believe they are a good fit.”
The Advance Group also indicates this role is likely to convert to full-time.
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