IN-19027 Celebrity & Entertainment Relations Intern

World Wildlife Fund - Washington, DC4.3

30+ days ago
Overview
World Wildlife Fund (WWF), the world’s leading conservation organization, seeks a part-time Celebrity and Entertainment Relations Intern, at our Washington, DC office, to support WWF’s celebrity and entertainment industry engagement efforts, in order to increase awareness of WWF’s brand and mission to target audiences and deliver on communication and conservation goals.

Responsibilities
Collaborate with Specialist and Director to enhance celebrity engagement opportunities at WWF
Conduct celebrity and entertainment industry research
Aid in recruiting new influential supporters
Write and/or edit internal and external content on various topics which may include climate change, wildlife, oceans, forest, freshwater and food
Update and maintain celebrity database
Other duies as assigned

Qualifications

Minimum Requirements:
Undergraduate or graduate student pursuing a degree in the entertainment industry or communications-related field (i.e. television, film, music, journalism, sports, media, public relations, marketing)
Exceptional writing, editing and proofreading skills
Natural curiosity and interest in conservation
Strong research skills
Ability to work in a fast-paced environment, collaboratively, and independently
Strong interpersonal skills crucial for developing working relationships, internally and externally
Superb organizational skills and self-motivated
Solid experience using Microsoft World, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook
Photoshop skills a plus

Location:
Washington, DC

Compensation:
Unpaid. For all unpaid internships, applicants must be enrolled in school and be able to obtain academic course credit from their university.

How to apply: Please submit a resume & cover letter through our Careers page.

https://careers-wwfus.icims.com/jobs/search , IN-19027

  • Please note that WWF does not provide VISA sponsorship to interns
As an EOE/AA employer, WWF will not discriminate in its employment practices due to an applicant’s race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, disability, or protected Veteran status.