Intern

Status: Flexible
Job Location: Reston, Virginia or Remotely
Education: Bachelors Degree in progress
Job Category: Various
Sector: Not Profit
Start Date: Immediately

Administrative and Research Internship

Description: This internship is designed for individuals with an interest in office management, as well as Internet and digital safety for children and preventing Internet-initiated crimes against children. Under the supervision of the Office Manager, the Administrative and Research Intern will support daily office functions and complete online research about issues related to digital safety.

Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include answering the telephone; coordinating Internet Safety 101 orders; keeping supplies organized; data entry; tracking grant deliverables; researching studies related to EIE's mission. Interns are responsible for reporting to the Executive Director on a weekly basis about progress made.

Eligibility: Strong written and verbal communications skills are critical for this internship. The intern must be proficient in using Microsoft Office applications: Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc. Language skills and knowledge of Internet safety issues are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive, have good organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to gain requisite office management skills while being able to actively participate in making the Internet safer for children and families through supporting the education and empowerment of adults. Part-time and full-time hours are available.

Marketing Analytics Internship

Description: This internship is designed for students with an interest in marketing analytics, as well as Internet and digital safety for children and preventing Internet-initiated crimes against children. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Analytics Intern will review EIE's online analytics data and make suggestions to improve outreach of EIE's marketing communications.

Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include interpreting analytics, tracking analytics and documenting trends for each of EIE's web sites and social media pages (Twitter, Facebook and YouTube). Interns are responsible for creating and submitting a weekly analytics report to the Executive Director. This report will highlight trends and include suggestions for increasing outreach based on the data collected and interpreted.

Eligibility: A strong understanding of online analytics programs (e.g. Google Analytics and Piwick) is critical for this internship. The intern must be proficient in using Microsoft Office applications, as well as possess strong verbal and written communications skills. The intern needs to be proactive and have good organizational skills

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to gain experience interpreting analytics while being able to actively participate in making the Internet safer for children and families through identifying methods to increase the outreach efforts of EIE. This internship is part-time and can be done remotely. Hours are flexible.

Business Development Internship

Description: This internship is designed for students in marketing, business development or other related fields with a passion for Internet and digital safety for children and preventing Internet-initiated crimes against children. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Business Development Intern will assist in writing proposals, grants and contracts for Enough Is Enough®.


Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include the development of support for Enough Is Enough's current and ongoing marketing, fundraising and grant related projects. Other duties include the maintenance of current partnerships and identification of new partnerships and funding opportunities. Interns are responsible for reporting to the Executive Director on a weekly basis about the progress made.


Eligibility: Proficiency with basic Microsoft Office applications: Word, PowerPoint, Outlook etc., and with quantitative analysis programs such as Microsoft Excel. Language skills and previous work experience in fundraising, strategic marketing or business development are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive, have good organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks. Strong writing and communication skills are essential to this internship.


Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in interesting projects and networking events in Washington D.C., as well as potentially design their own micro projects. Part-time and full-time are opportunities are available.

Communications and Public Relations Internship


Description: This internship is designed for students in communications, public relations, journalism or other related fields with an interest in Internet and digital safety for children and preventing Internet-initiated crimes against children. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Communications and Public Relations Intern will design and implement communications projects, including social media projects, web projects and press releases.

Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include publishing press releases, articles and email blasts, establishing media contacts and maintaining a database of those contacts, pitching bloggers, the media and other like-minded organizations, as well as generating content for the web site and social media such as Twitter, Facebook, etc. Interns are responsible for reporting to the Executive Director on a weekly basis about the progress made.


Eligibility: Strong written and verbal communications skills are critical for this internship; Knowledge of print and electronic media, as well as the new social media; Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications and the Adobe Creative Suite, as well as with social media platforms such as Twitter and Facebook. Language skills and knowledge of Internet safety issues are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive, possess good organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks.


Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in interesting projects, as well as potentially design their own micro projects. Full-time and part-time positions are available.

Education and Training Events Internship


Description: This internship is designed for students studying events management and/or education. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Education and Training Events Intern will coordinateInternet Safety 101 trainings.


Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include coordinating logistics associated with training events (i.e. venue, media visual equipment, timing, product distribution, etc.); working with the communications intern to publicize training events; extrapolating and recording information from participant surveys; managing relationships with Internet Safety 101 facilitators and ambassadors.


Eligibility: Interns must possess strong organizational skills and excellent written and verbal communications skills. Prior experience planning events, language skills and knowledge of Internet safety, technology, social web and mobile technology issues are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive and possess the ability to multitask, as well as be a proficient user of Microsoft Office Applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).


Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in interesting projects and networking at local and national training events, as well as potentially design their own micro projects. Full-time and part-time positions are available.

Research & Global Programs Support Internship


Description: This internship is designed for students with an interest in Internet and digital safety for children and preventing Internet-initiated crimes against children. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Research & Programs Intern supports one or more of Enough Is Enough's Internet Safety 101program initiatives.


Internship responsibilities: Supporting the creation, update and implementation of projects, as well as the identification of new opportunities for projects; Researching current trends and statistics related to Internet safety; Other areas of support include data entry and analysis, social media content development and budget management. Interns are responsible for reporting to the Executive Director on a weekly basis about the progress made.


Eligibility: Strong writing and communication skills; Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.) as well as with Google Scholar, Google and other online research engines. Language skills and knowledge of Internet safety, technology, social web and mobile technology issues are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive, possess good organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in interesting projects, as well as potentially design their own micro projects. The Research and Programs Intern may work remotely and keep the Executive Director apprised of work completed via e-mail and occasional telephone meetings. Full-time and part-time positions are available.

Graphic Design Internship


Description: This internship is designed for students with an interest in visual arts, advertising and graphic design. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Graphic Design Intern will create graphics for Enough Is Enough's (EIE) Internet Safety 101 campaigns.

Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include creating design content for EIE's web site, online portals, blog posts and email blasts, as well as for EIE's traditional and social media campaigns.

Eligibility: Interns must possess a good eye for aesthetic design, be a proficient user of the Adobe Creative Suite and be able to meet deadlines. Language skills and knowledge of Internet safety, technology, social web and mobile technology issues are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive, have good organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks.


Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in interesting projects and increase the size of their portfolio with work completed for a national campaign, as well as potentially design their own micro projects. This internship can be completed remotely. Remote interns will keep the Executive Director apprised of progress via email and phone conferences. Hours are flexible.

IT and Web Development Internship

Description: This internship is designed for students in information technology, web development or other related fields with an interest in Internet and digital safety for children and preventing Internet-initiated crimes against children. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the IT and Web Development Intern will be a member of the IT and web management team responsible for the maintenance of Enough Is Enough's web sites and other online content.


Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include supporting the maintenance of Enough Is Enough's web sites, integrating new widgets / tabs to the existing web sites, as well as troubleshooting web site problems. The IT and Web Development Intern will work closely with the Communications and Public Relations Intern and the Communications and Development Coordinator. Interns are responsible for reporting to the Executive Director on a weekly basis about the progress made. The report must include details about the accomplishments, updated timeline and strategy plan as well as obstacles encountered, so that the Executive Director can help sort out potential issues.


Eligibility: Proficiency with HTML, PHP, CSS, JavaScript and JQuery, as well as with web content management systems and Microsoft Office applications. Language skills and knowledge about Internet safety issues are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive, have good organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks. Strong written and communication skills are essential to this internship.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. The IT and Web Development Intern will work remotely and update the Executive Director on progress via email and phone conferences. Intern may be given the opportunity to design their own micro projects. Hours are flexible.

Written Communications/Editing Internship

Description: This internship is designed for students with an interest in writing and editing. Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the Writing and Editing Intern will edit Internet Safety 101 program materials.

Internship responsibilities: Responsibilities include editing Internet Safety 101 content, writing/editing blog posts, writing/editing grant applications, writing/editing email blasts, as well as writing/editing collateral materials.

Eligibility: Strong writing and communication skills; Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.). Language skills and knowledge of Internet safety, technology, social web and mobile technology issues are a plus for this internship. The intern needs to be proactive, have good organizational skills and be able to handle multiple tasks.

Compensation: This is an unpaid internship. Interns will have the opportunity to participate in interesting project, as well as potentially design their own micro projects.


Become a EIE Intern

Thank you for your interest in becoming an intern at Enough Is Enough® (EIE).

If you are interested in applying as an internship please fill out our Internship Application. Call 1-703-476-7890 or email Lillian at lillians@enough.org for more information.


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