Position: Social Media Intern
Organization: Project Tsehigh
Position Type: Internship
Salary: Unpaid Volunteer
Job Function: Social Media Content Creator
Approximate Hours Per Week: 2-4 hours/week
Project Tsehigh (PjT) is a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing clean energy solutions to impoverished or remote communities. Founded in 2016, PjT has worked in East Africa by donating solar systems to households and public establishments. Educating our solar energy beneficiaries on the technology and benefits of renewable energy is a primary component of PjT.
PjT uses social media to convey its message to the public: relatable Clean Affordable Energy for All. In other words, we try to make the topic of renewable energy accessible to everyone. We do this by creating relevant, digestible, and fun social media posts every week to engage our audience.
As the PjT social media intern, our expectations to fulfil the role are as follows:
Applicants must have a strong interest in social media strategy. Background in graphic design and digital media is an asset.
The social media intern will have a point person from the PjT board. They will send weekly post suggestions and posts are unanimously shared across all three PjT platforms: Instagram, Facebook, Twitter. The intern will gain experience in communications, research and accumulate knowledge of global energy status, while working virtually from anywhere around the world. Suggested hours for research and post development is 2-4 hours /week. Post suggestions must be submitted weekly by Monday 12pm EST.
To apply, Please send resume and cover letter to:
Deadline: March 30th 5PM
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Current status: Open/apply now. Date posted: Feb 24 2020 ID: 56189