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Internships for up and coming Sexuality Professionals

Internship Apps open: Fall July 1st, Spring November 1st, Summer and Full Year, April 1st

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Semester Internship

The CSPH Spring Internship runs from January 10th, 2015 to May 7th, 2016. Interns are expected to work 15 hours a week on Center projects, with local interns completing two shifts (Tuesday-Saturday, 12-6pm) in The Center. For the spring semester, there are five spaces for local interns and two distance positions available. This semester we are also seeking interns with specific skill areas: a social media intern, a WordPress intern, and a graphic design intern. If you are applying for any of these positions, please indicate that and highlight your relevant experience in your application.

Social Media Intern

The Social Media Intern will report to the Social Media Strategist. Candidates should have experience with social media scheduling platforms, including Buffer and/or CoSchedule, as well as experience managing Facebook pages and Twitter accounts, and curating Tumblrs. The Social Media Intern will assist with scheduling out posts and establishing a safe internet community across CSPH platforms, but will also assist in the design of social media and fundraising campaigns.

Graphic Design Intern

The Graphic Design Intern will report to the Digital Media Proctor. The Graphic Design Intern will be responsible for creating and updating graphics to be shared on social media, and will also work closely with the Social Media Strategist. They will also work with the Content & Brand Manager on various redesign projects, including the design of pamphlets, posters, and palm cards. We are seeking an intern who has intermediate or higher graphic design skills to work with us each semester.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills:

  • Intermediate proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite, specifically Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign;
  • The ability to find and identify graphic design resources licensed for reuse under Creative Commons;
  • The ability to communicate our organizational tone (tongue-in-cheek, provocative, and bright) through visual mediums;
  • Self-motivation and the ability to communicate effectively through email/chat.

Bonus Skills:

  • Computer illustration;
  • Video Editing;
  • WordPress CMS management;
  • Photo composition
  • Infographic Design

How to Apply:

Along with your general application for the internship, please submit 3 original design pieces that showcase your ability to meet the required skill set. This position can be completed by a remote intern.

WordPress Intern

The CSPH maintains a variety of content on its website, as well as syndicating content to a number of other online and print publications. We are seeking an intern to work with the Digital Media Proctor develop original content, schedule blog posts, and, in conjunction with our social media team, implement our Social Media Strategy.

The ideal candidate will have the following skills:

  • Intermediate WordPress CMS;
  • Ability to meet hard deadlines;
  • Writing and working with others to ensure consistent tone and adherence to the CSPH values;
  • Willingness to wrangle other contributors to the CSPH blog.
  • Maintain a high level of communication with the Digital Media Proctor and Programs Manager, as well as other interns via email/chat.
  • Basic HTML/PHP
  • Basic graphic design (using Canva).

Bonus Skills:

  • Publication-based editing and fact checking
  • Basic+ Photoshop
  • Content Strategy and Planning
  • Attention to current events and pop culture.

Applications must be received by 11:59pm on November 14, 2015.
Interviews will take place on November 23 and 24, 2015.



Full Year Internship

The CSPH has  the opportunity for one intern to work with our team for a full year. Applications for the Full Year Internship open April 1st. This position is open to local applicants or those who are willing to relocate for the duration of the internship. Main tasks will center around event planning and organizational development. Our ideal long-term intern will have the ability to work independently and in groups, prioritize deadlines and tasks, and have some experience working within a non-profit environment, preferably in grants and donor relations. Along with a dedication to our mission and a stellar personality,  the internship requires 20 hours of work per week with two days working in The Center. We also hope that our long term intern will become a mentor to our semester-long interns each season.

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