Advocacy Communications Intern – Spring/Summer 2021

Position Summary

Are you passionate about international affairs and international development? Would you like an internship with a global organization working to empower women and men to end their own hunger and poverty? Are you an excellent writer and active social media user? Join our communications team!

The Hunger Project is seeking individuals with a passion for serving others and an interest in supporting our work during Spring and Summer 2021. This is a full or half-time, unpaid internship with our Global Office, located in New York City. In light of the current health crisis, however, this position will report remotely to the Communications Officer for Executive Communications.

This is an opportunity for passionate, creative and adaptable individuals who are eager to learn to actively support many facets of advocacy and communication through content development and supporting THP’s commitment to the widespread adoption of women-focused, community-led development. This individual will build relationships, grow their mindset and skillset as they eager put into practice their formal educational training. The ideal candidate is a student interested in gaining hands-on experience through projects that are designed to raise THP’s visibility within the international development sector. 

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How to Apply

Please forward your letter of interest, resume, writing sample and references for immediate consideration to recruitment.comms@thp.org. Please note “Advocacy Communications Intern” in the subject line of your e-mail.

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