Newsletter Communications Intern
Internships Available for Both Fall and Spring 2023-2024
We are looking for a creative and strategic intern who can design and produce our organization’s quarterly newsletter. The primary task is to create a newsletter that represents Roosevelt Park Ministries to its potential donors through the use of anecdotes, data, and other related material. This internship is heavily dependent on being able to work with templates and to have a posture of curiosity for Roosevelt Park Ministries and our mission.
This is an unpaid internship. Expect to work about 10-12 hours a week.
- Proficient with Canva and manipulating text and photos
- Proficient in written English
- Moderate proficiency in Spanish helpful when communicating with the Director of Operations and understanding transcriptions of student/client interviews
- Basic computer knowledge and skills required
- Previous experience or stated interest in Spanish, English, journalism, communications, marketing or other related fields preferred
- Citizen of the United States
- At least 18 years of age
- High School Diploma or equivalent
- Create a quarterly newsletter that features highlights of Roosevelt Park Ministries
- Take pictures for newsletter
- Write short paragraphs describing photos and events occurring at Roosevelt Park Ministries
- Provide occasional translations between English and Spanish
- Manage and update address lists
- Contact a printing service company chosen by Roosevelt Park Ministries and coordinate with the company until printing is complete and newsletters are distributed
- Pay attention to detail
- Work with precision and tidiness
- Be familiar with Roosevelt Park Ministries activities and ask for clarification when necessary
To Apply: Please send cover letter and resume to: email@example.com
All volunteers must complete a background check.
About us: Roosevelt Park Ministries provides Christ-centered, holistic support to individuals and families living in and around the Roosevelt Park area. RPM bridges a community in need by promoting the development of strong families and community leaders, fostering an environment that celebrates inclusion, and providing opportunities to build strong economic bases. RPM was established through an initiative of deacons of Roosevelt Park Community CRC in partnership with the Christian Reformed World Relief Committee (World Renew) and is based on the Christian Community Development model developed by Dr. John Perkins. Incorporated in 1996, RPM is a separate non-profit organization responsible for its own program development and funding. For more information about our organization, visit http://rooseveltparkministries.org/.
Roosevelt Park Ministries