Values Partnerships is looking to hire three fellows for summer 2018.
Why join VPI?
At VPI, you will join a small team of consultants, applying your skills to a range of administrative and substantive tasks for clients in the government, non-profit, faith, advocacy, and entertainment space. You will assist with drafting, editing, and preparing written content as well as performing various outreach and client follow-up tasks. You may be asked to complete other office tasks as they arise. You will be included in regular staff meetings and occasional client meetings; working closely with Nicholas Wiggins and Courtney Brown who will provide program support.
Responsibilities and detailed projects will be determined based on your educational background, interest and skills.
Currently enrolled in a Bachelor’s or Master’s degree program and maintaining student status throughout the program.
Returning to education on a full-time basis upon completing the internship.
Ability to commit to a minimum of 8 weeks at Values Partnerships.
Previous experience and/or interest in digital communications, social media, business consulting, advocacy, or community building.
You will be expected to work at least four days a week for at least seven hours a day at a rate of $15 an hour between June and August. The details and schedule for each fellow will be set on a case-by-case basis.
Housing will not be provided. You should be prepared to find housing arrangements in the Washington, DC metro region for the duration of the program.
We encourage you to use your own computer and mobile phone while working for VPI. Please note on your application if this is not possible, so that one may be provided for you.
About Values Partnerships
Values Partnerships develops creative engagement campaigns for diverse sectors and audiences, provides strategic advice on complex issues, and markets and produces films and television programs with meaning and value. You can find out more about our work and the clients we serve at www.valuespartnerships.com.
Submit a cover letter, resume, two writing samples and two letters of recommendation. Letters of recommendation should be from those who can recommend you for your professional and academic accomplishments, and may not be from a relative or peer.
You can expect to receive notification about the status of your application within two weeks. Finalists will participate in a phone interview and/or an in-person meeting in Washington, DC with various members of the Values Partnerships team.
Send application materials and/or questions to Nicholas Wiggins – firstname.lastname@example.org.