Outreach and Marketing Intern
RU12? Community Center is looking for a tech savvy intern
with an eye for design to join our fabulous Outreach and Marketing team to work
on print and online marketing campaigns. RU12? Celebrates, educates, and
advocates with and for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, Queer and
This intern should be prepared to work in a deadline
oriented team environment, and will finish the internship having gained broad
experience in various aspects of marketing and community organizing.
Experience in HTML or design is helpful but not necessary.
We are committed to training the right candidate.
Assist in the creation of e-mail & print campaigns,
weekly e-newsletters, and blog postings. Assist in the distribution or delivery
of marketing materials via social media networks, through the organization’s
website and through direct contact with collaborating agencies. Perform
analysis of communications and outreach data.
RU12? is looking for an undergraduate student in the
Chittenden County who is majoring in Art/Design, Gender Studies, Human Service /
Non-Profit Mgmt, Journalism, Social Work, Community Development, Marketing
Public Relations or any other related field. This person should have excellent verbal and written
communication skills. Familiarity
with social media campaigns and community based outreach is a plus. Experience
with design programs, PowerPoint, Word and Excel is a bonus. This internship
requires an average commitment of 5-10 hour per week.
To apply please email email@example.com or call 802-860-7812 for more information.
Trans Resource Development Intern:
RU12? Community Center is looking for a trans-knowledgeable
and tech savvy intern to assist with the development of our Trans Resource
Guide. Our organization provides services that celebrate and support LGBTQ
Vermonters, and an updated, easy-to-use and more comprehensive list of
providers, resources and information for trans people and their friends,
families, and allies is greatly needed. RU12? Is seeking an intern who will be
able to research trans-related information and resources, identify and contact
healthcare providers, and translate data into a user-friendly webpage.
This intern should be comfortable making cold calls to
providers, be able to identify accurate and effective information and online
resources, and manage data. The intern should have a pleasant phone demeanor
and basic knowledge of transgender issues or be willing to learn. Experience in
HTML or webpage design is helpful but not necessary, as we are willing to train
the right candidate.
Through the experience, the Trans Resource Development
Intern will gain a better understanding of gender variant communities and the
needs of the local trans community, grow as an effective researcher, and expand
their technical skills.
- Research up-to-date information and resources for trans
people and allies.
- Identify and contact providers in Vermont, assess their
capacity to see trans clients, and track this data.
- Translate provider database and research onto a user-friendly
online resource guide.
- Create a printable version of the online Trans Resource
RU12? is looking for an undergraduate student in Chittenden
County who is majoring in Gender or Women’s Studies, Human Service / Non-Profit
Mgmt, Journalism, Social Work, Community Development, Computer Science /
Information Technology or any other related field. This person should have excellent verbal and written
communication skills and be an adept researcher. Webpage design and Excel experience
is a bonus, and will be considered when choosing the best applicant for this
internship position. This internship would require a minimum of 6 hours per week, and ideally 8-10 hours
To apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802-860-7812 for more information