Assist our team and empower women in the Charleston community to learn, thrive, and succeed while gaining priceless experience in the nonprofit industry and beyond!
Interns should be able to commit 12-15 hours per week, with room for flexibility. This internship is unpaid but provides the opportunity to attend all Center for Women events, including networking opportunities with some of the top professionals in Charleston.
Gain valuable experience in communications and digital marketing! This will involve creating and publishing content, developing brand awareness, generating inbound traffic, customer service, and cultivating leads.
• Engaging with the Center for Women’s online community
• Creating, scheduling, and publishing content across all social media channels and blog
• Analyze and report social media results
• Research and monitor the social media efforts of similar organizations and community partners
• Coordinating with Development VISTA for online marketing and advertising campaigns
• Collaborating with staff on projects and assignments
• Best practices for monitoring, posting, and tracking analytics on social networks
• Workflow for social media communications
• Effective strategies to increase traffic, brand awareness, and content engagement
• Must be a student currently enrolled in a degree seeking program and able to receive college credit for internship hours
• Provide links to 1-3 social networking profiles to demonstrate interest and knowledge
• Possesses experience in writing and able to provide two writing samples
• Skilled in presentation, interpersonal relations, and customer management
• Performs well in environment that values creativity, flexibility, and variety
• Exhibits personal qualities, such as open-mindedness, enthusiasm, and adaptability
Be a part of conducting research and analysis that guides our programming and keeps our audience informed about the progress and challenges faced by women in our community.
The Research Intern’s primary responsibility will be to compile a scorecard that measures various indicators of gender inequality in South Carolina, which will function as an update to the Status of Women Report we released in 2015. The original report can be viewed HERE.
- Research the status of women’s leadership, health, and economic security in South Carolina
- Work with communications staff to compile most recent data into a scorecard for publication
- Communicate findings through articles for the Center for Women website and newsletter
- Assist with data entry and analysis from program and membership surveys
- Contribute to ongoing development of program evaluation mechanisms
- Excellent written communication skills
- Ability to synthesize information and tell a meaningful story with data
- Academic research experience
- Attention to detail
- Demonstrable interest in women’s empowerment
- Understanding of research methods and sources for national, statewide, and local data
- Effective strategies for communicating issue-based data to a broad audience
- Introduction to nonprofit workflow and management