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Posted: 08/16/2016

Civil War Trust

Social Media Intern
Internship Opportunity
Washington, DC

The Civil War Trust is the country's largest battlefield preservation organization and has saved 43,000 acres of land in 23 states. We are seeking a social media intern to assist with web and communications projects. These could include:

  • Managing grassroots advocacy Facebook pages.
  • Analyzing current Trust social pages and providing suggestions for increasing engagement.
  • Researching and assisting with strategy to build relationships with social influencers on Twitter.
  • Gathering assets for Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
  • Working with other departments to create new content for Civilwar.orgCampaign1776.org and related promotional materials.
  • Providing support and suggestions for creating timely content and testing new approaches to social platforms.

We are looking for a strong writer who is detail-oriented and eager to present original, creative ideas. Applicants should have some experience with community management and data analysis. A background in marketing, journalism or public relations is a plus, as is experience with the Adobe Suite.

The position is part-time, up to 30 hours a week, with hours to be determined with some flexibility. You will work in our downtown Washington, D.C. office. We would like to hire immediately for a three-month period, with the possibility of extension.

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How to apply
To apply, please send your cover letter and resume to mmartin@civilwar.org. Please indicate availability and how many hours you would like to work a week.
Meg Martin

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