NRDC is seeking an enthusiastic and strong writer to be a spring Energy Communications intern in our Washington, DC, office. He or she must care about environmental issues, be able to meet deadlines, take initiative, be familiar with social media, and possess an understanding of how video, photos, and graphics can help communicate a story. This is a 15-20/hour per week, semester-long unpaid internship. Applicants must be able to receive college credit for this internship.
The intern will be working with the Senior Energy Communications Strategist on using various tools to promote energy efficiency and support NRDC’s energy advocacy work. Duties will be varied and are expected to include assisting with Twitter outreach; helping to edit and/or generate fact sheets, news releases, and statements; and assisting with drafting and/or editing blogs for program staff.
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