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Social Media Intern

Hello Everyone...
I came across this position and thought it might be interesting for some of you, specially that now we are learning about social media, social internetwork and web 2.0 more and more.

If you are applying and need help with your application, I would be more than happy to help out by reviewing your application.
(I am not part of this organization, I just have experience with application-writing)

Application Deadlines: April 25, 2013.

http://www.makeeverywomancount.org/index.php?option=com_content&view=art...

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mrbeckbeck's picture

This is great!

This is great! Can you please post this in the Resource Exchange so that the entire community can see it?

You can just click here to do that: http://worldpulse.com/pulsewire/exchange/submit

Thank you so much for sharing...

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

Somaye Dehban's picture

Glad it's helpful

Hi Scott
Sure I will do that, I guess I need to navigate around the website a bit more carefully :)
best
Somaye

mrbeckbeck's picture

No worries

Hi Somaye,
No worries! By the end of this month I'm sure you'll be a professional at it, able to advise any new member. :)

In the meantime, we're all here for each other!
Thanks again,

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

loretta's picture

blank!

Somaye I don't see anything. Tried to click on the link, but it tells me something else, about not being able to view this post.

Loretta.

A successful woman is one who can build a firm foundation with the bricks others throw at her. Author Unkown.

Hello Loretta
I checked the link just now and it works!

for your access, I copy/paste the call here:

Make Every Woman Count is seeking a self-directed, driven individual with strong social media and communication skills to join our social media team up to 6 months.

We are seeking an intern who is motivated and passionate to advocate for women's rights in Africa and ready to take initiative on new programs with strong knowledge and understanding of social media campaigning. The ideal candidate has excellent English writing skills, is well-acquainted with Twitter, Hootesuite, Facebook and Blogging and is ready to work independently, take initiative and is available for regular working hours. Generally our social media interns do 8 hour shifts, where they post every 30-60 minutes on our social media outlets.

There is some flexibility with pre-loading posts but in general we would like someone for 8 hours, Monday- Friday. The ideal candidate is doing flexible work or studies and will be able to manage our social media networks throughout the day on their personal computers.

The internship also provides opportunity to be involved in research, writing and analysis, monitoring women's rights in Africa, administrative work, and significant involvement in our advocacy projects such as our women's political participation and the African Women's Decade if the candidate so desires.

This internship is unpaid and home-based, which makes it quite flexible as you can work from anywhere around the world.

Intern Duties:
Specific internship duties include, but are not limited to:

Engage professionally with social media such as Twitter, Facebook
Lead online outreach and promotion using Facebook and Twitter under the supervision of the Social Media and Campaigns Coordinator
Post daily news, updates, reports and information on social media outlets while engaging with followers
Creativity in leading online social media campaigns and events i.e. our #factFriday, International Women’s Day online event or African Women’s Decade Awareness Day
The intern will also be encouraged to take part in other projects being pursued and implemented within the organization. They will be a very important addition to all of the project teams. This a great opportunity for anyone who is looking to get involved in Women's rights in Africa.
Qualifications:
Highly motivated, undergraduate or recent graduate with a strong interest or background on women related issues or studies in Africa with the ability to keep deadlines and commitments;
Possess strong writing skills
Strong analytical and research skills
Ability to work independently
Good problem-solving and inter-personal skills
Direct experience working with Social Media Channels (Blogging, Facebook,Twitter, etc.)
To Apply:
If you are interested in this position, please send us your CV and a Cover Letter (Please detail why you want to intern with MEWC, your internship objectives and career goals) to info@makeeverywomancount.org.

Application Deadlines: April 25, 2013.

Website: http://www.makeeverywomancount.org

Therese kasindi's picture

Thank you so much Loretta.

Thank you so much Loretta. Helping people is the best thing we must do in our life.

THERESE( Maman Shujaa, Drc)

CHINYERE MMA OKOH's picture

amazing

Wow...this is amazing. This really educates and exposes us to a whole new world fully equipped.
Thank you

Gracious's picture

Tagging

Hi Somaye, please help check my week 1 assignment if I tagged it the right way.. Any detailm concerning week 2 assignment I have not accessed it. Thank you in aadvance

Love

mrbeckbeck's picture

Week 2 info

Hi Siru,
The Week 2 info is here: http://worldpulse.com/voices-of-our-future-application-classroom/week2

Good luck and have fun!

Scott Beck
World Pulse Online Community Volunteer

Gracious's picture

Thank you

I appreciate your help mrbeckbeck

Love

Gracious's picture

Tagging

Please help me check whether I tagged my week 1 assignment

Love

Hello Siru
I looked it up and your tag is there...all is in order

all the best
Somaye

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