Internship opportunities are available through the Human Rights Education Institute. If you are interested in applying for an internship, or know someone who might be interested, please contact us at InternCoordinator@hrei.org.
Interns will work with the Programs and Development Manager and Education Committee to learn to develop and implement educational programs that focus on celebrating the diversity in our community. Interns will also learn to develop education projects that utilize technology.
Marketing Interns will learn the process for branding a product and distributing the new brand out to the community through a variety of media. Interns will learn how to set up fundraising and program events and market those to the public, aligning that with HREI brand. Interns will learn different communication tools to use in an effort to connect with community leaders and agencies to develop ties with the community.
Public Relations Intern
Intern will work closely with the Programs and Development Manager to learn how to develop press releases and identify media channels and developing relationships with those channels based on programming. Intern will also work with HREI community partners, Marketing Committee and Resource Development Committee.
Manage HREI website and social media. Work with Programs and Development Manager and Marketing Committee for cohesive social media message. Interns will gain skills in posting events on Eventbrite, Facebook and other developing social media sites. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in Administration and Marketing Committee meetings.
The Resource Development Intern will work with the Resource Development Committee and Programs and Development Manager to work on fundraising campaigns, research funding sources and write grants. The Intern will also assist with overall budget and event budgets. Learning goals will focus on developing funding sources for operational needs, as well as individual program needs. The Intern will develop skills in communicating with potential donors and sustaining donors. Grant writing is also an opportunity for learning to search funding sources, literature searches to develop the grant proposal and detailing administrative guidelines for a grant.
The Human Rights Educational Institute is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer which promotes the free exchange of ideas in an environment that celebrates the dignity, worth, and contributions of all individuals. In that spirit, we seek a broad spectrum of candidates including women, people from all cultural backgrounds, and individuals with disabilities.
The Human Rights Education Institute is an At Will employer.
We would like to invite the North Idaho community to the 4th Annual Diversity Symposium at North Idaho College on Tuesday, April 16