Learn Liberty Opportunities
The Institute for Humane Studies seeks an intern to assist in the Learn Liberty Opportunities team from September through December 2014. This position would focus mostly on LearnLiberty.com. It is not a technical position – no prior knowledge of coding or graphic design is necessary. It’s ideal for someone with a passion for excellent and clear user experience design and a drive to get things built.
LearnLiberty.com is looking for a self-starter with a basic understanding of social media and online marketing, an interest in the ideas of liberty, and strong communication skills.
Possible Projects Include
- General Support for LearnLiberty.org/opportunities: updating and maintaining quality web content and data, proposing innovative ways to improve Learn Liberty Opportunities, and assisting the Opportunities team with other technical and creative duties such as customer service.
- Social Media/Digital Strategy Development and Implementation: building Learn Liberty Opportunities social media presence using current channels and employing new tactics.
- Measurement and Data Assessment: assisting the Learn Liberty Program Coordinator with marketing measurement.
Qualified candidates will possess the following
- Self-motivation and willingness to ask questions
- Strong writing skills
- Attention to detail
- Basic familiarity with Excel
- Interest in digital strategies and tactics
- Innovative ideas for addressing marketing challenges
- Ability to learn basic software quickly
- An understanding and appreciation of classical liberal principles—individual rights, free markets, limited government, voluntarism, and peace.
Prior experience is not required. We accept interns of all ages and experience levels, and international applicants with a visa status that allows employment in the U.S.
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To apply, submit a one-page cover letter and one-page resume to Sarah Taylor, Hiring and Professional Development Assistant, at email@example.com. In your cover letter, please specify:
- How you learned about IHS’s internship program
- Why you are interested in working with IHS, specifically the Online Programs team
- Your experience with or exposure to classical liberal/libertarian ideas
- Your professional and academic experiences that are relevant to the internship
Founded in 1961, the Institute for Humane Studies (IHS) is a non-profit educational organization that works with college students and professors around the country to advance the principals of individual and economic freedom. IHS offers education, scholarships, mentoring, and other programs that help college students and professors contribute to a future of greater freedom, opportunity and well being for all.