Human Rights Internship
Location: New York City
Deadline: Dec 15, 2015
Start Date: January 2016
New Media Advocacy Project Description
The New Media Advocacy Project (N-Map) is a non-profit organization that combats human rights violations by using digital video and other media to strengthen social justice advocacy in courts, legislatures, and communities. N-Map’s lawyers, advocates, and media professionals help human rights organizations integrate this new technology directly into their strategies, enabling them to win their cases and achieve their clients’ goals more effectively and efficiently.
N-Map is looking for a part-time Human Rights Intern in our NYC office! We are a small non-profit organization, which will allow our intern to get a deep look into many facets of our organization: communications, administration, human rights law and advocacy, media production, and grant writing.
The ideal candidate has a deep commitment to human rights and public service, with some knowledge of media and film production. Applicants must be able to commit at least 18 hours/week. While the schedule is somewhat flexible, we prefer the intern to be able to work on Tuesdays and Thursdays. We will not give academic credit for this internship.
- Commitment to human rights advocacy
- Strong research skills with an ability to synthesize data
- Advanced writing and editing skills
Responsibilities may include:
- Provide administrative support to N-Map team;
- Conduct prospect and development research for Development Team;
- Assist communications team with social media outreach, including researching relevant materials, drafting potential tweets and blog posts; and
- Develop creative solutions for N-Map photo and video archive.
How to Apply:
Please send a cover letter and resume to Meryl Friedman at email@example.com in a single attachment by December 15th, 2015.