Posted On: February 24, 2016
Media Organization: Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs
THE MISSION of Carnegie Council is to enlarge the audience for the simple but powerful message that ethics matter, regardless of place, origin, or belief.
Since our founding by Andrew Carnegie a century ago, we have been one of the world's top creators of nonpartisan educational resources on international ethics used by professionals, journalists, educators, students, and the greater public. Carnegie Council is a non-profit 501(c) (3) institution.
Carnegie Council is a forum for the world's leading thinkers, experts and decision makers. Each year, we convene more than 50 public events. Through lectures, workshops, panel discussions, conferences, interviews, articles, and a wealth of free multimedia online resources, the Council has earned a reputation as an honest, objective voice for ethics in international affairs.
Articles from Ethics & International Affairs, our peer-reviewed journal, are used in hundreds of classrooms in dozens of countries around the world. Carnegie Council's resources are featured in the international textbook World Politics: Trends & Transformation, used by over 200 colleges in 20 countries. Our website is part of the U.S. Library of Congress collection of Public Policy Internet Materials. Our Global Ethics Network connects educators and students from 113 countries, and includes our Global Ethics Fellows representing universities across five continents. Our weekly TV series, Global Ethics Forum, airs on several public television stations and on YouTube.
We BROADCAST AND PUBLISH:
Carnegie Council's multimedia resources are available to everyone, at anytime, anywhere in the world. Carnegie Ethics Studio records the Council's lectures and interviews and produces original content focusing on the ethical issues that challenge international leaders and global citizens. We offer our materials free of charge to the public via our online, TV, and radio outlets, and have a prominent presence on iTunes, iTunes-U, YouTube, Twitter, Facebook, and other social media sites.
Carnegie Council for Ethics in International Affairs' media studio is seeking an intern, whose primary role will be helping with research and outreach for Carnegie Council productions.
This will include:
-Researching story ideas, interview subjects, and potential partners; maintaining an outreach database
-Leading outreach to promote Carnegie Council's Impact podcast
-Pitching new ideas for outreach strategy
-Assisting with social media content and strategy
-Conducting research on various topics within international affairs, foreign policy, business, economics, and ethical theory
-Researching and identifying potential interviewees for Carnegie Council's Impact podcast
-Assisting with other various projects as needed, including administration and program management
-Providing staff support at Carnegie Council events
This is a great opportunity for a serious, driven student looking to work on a hands-on assignment with clear goals and outputs. Depending on ability/capacity, intern may have additional opportunities to work within the organization on writing, research, and production projects. Interns will also have opportunities to attend Carnegie Council events and meetings, learn about various departments within a well-established ethics/foreign policy organization, and pitch project ideas.
-Undergraduate (junior or senior preferred) or graduate student in political science, international relations, communications, marketing, journalism, or other relevant field of study
-Excellent written communication skills required; experience in journalism and marketing/outreach for media products preferred
-Complex research skills required; strong familiarity with MS Word, Excel, Google Docs
-Interest in and strong knowledge of global politics and international affairs issues
-Well-organized, reliable, very close attention to detail, ability to remain organized while working on multiple projects and meeting tight deadlines
-Previous internship experience desirable
TERMS AND CONDITIONS
This is an unpaid internship. School credit can be arranged and a transportation stipend of $25 a day will be provided. The intern will work approximately 20 hours per week, 2-3 days per week.
This internship will begin early June. Interviews will be scheduled for late March/early April.
To apply, please send resume, cover letter, and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org with subject line SUMMER 2016 STUDIO INTERN.