Hours per week
30 - 35 hours per week
1310 L Street Northwest
District of Columbia
The American Association of University Women (AAUW) is a leader in promoting equity and education for women and girls. AAUW advances equity through advocacy, education, and research.
Summary Description: The Programs Intern assists the Fellowships & Programs team with initiatives focusing on women’s economic security, education, and leadership. This includes AAUW’s Work/Start Smart salary negotiation workshops and Empower training events in cities across the U.S.
The Programs Intern conducts research, assists in the facilitation of marketing initiatives, and provides day-to-day logistical support related to programs and event planning. The internship is a 30-35 hour/week paid position. Candidates available to commit to the full internship period, from October 2018 – August 2019, are preferred.
· Conduct research on select cities, communities, colleges/universities, and other resources in support of Salary Negotiation workshops and other programs, as well as identify target populations for program initiatives
· Carry out strategic, multiplatform marketing, and communication initiatives
· Assist in event planning and logistics, and administrative tasks as needed
· Collect and routinely analyze pre- and post-event survey data to develop program content
· Respond to inquiries pertaining to events
· Incorporate feedback from key stakeholders and marketing team through the event planning process
· Support and contribute to the goals of the larger Fellowships & Programs team
· Bachelor’s degree in marketing, communications, urban planning, sociology, women’s studies, or similar. Recent graduates preferred
· Demonstrated research skills
· Demonstrated ability to write concisely and adapt to different audiences
· Experience creating and implementing multiplatform marketing strategies for events and/or non-profit organizations highly preferred
· Highly detail oriented with a critical degree of accuracy when performing tasks
· Creative thinker who is not afraid to share and take initiative on new ideas
· Excellent interpersonal skills, professional demeanor, self-directed, and independent
· Interest in learning about women’s leadership issues and the functioning of a national non-profit organization
· Passion for gender equity, economic security, and community building