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SCOPE OF WORK:
The Campaign Intern will support the Campaign Manager in a variety of tasks, primarily focused on Coalition building, outreach and related administrative tasks. The position is a fantastic opportunity for graduate students interested in learning about and building skills in human rights advocacy, advancing gender equality, and issues related to statelessness. The position is for 16 hours/week, though hours are flexible depending on intern availability and Campaign needs. This unpaid internship includes a small monthly stipend to cover transportation and minor expenses.
Among other activities, the communications intern will contribute directly to the WRC's social media, reports, major events, and email appeals. She or he will also provide overall support to the Women's Refugee Commission’s communications department. The internship is an opportunity to work closely with professional communications staff, develop strategic communications skills, learn large-scale event planning, and learn about the humanitarian field.