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ProSocial is always on the lookout for motivated, creative, and multi-skilled individuals who believe in the power of strategy-driven social change and are on the hunt for innovative ways of making it happen. Our employees have a wide range of educational and professional backgrounds and life experiences, but share a common passion for making the world a better place.
Our team spans a wide range of expertise and experiences. We are writers, organizers, researchers, strategists and campaign managers. And on each of our projects, we often partner with designers, online strategists, publicists and evaluation experts. All of us bring a common passion for making the world a better place. What would you bring?
- To express interest in a full-time position, please submit a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org.
- To be considered as a contractor or vendor, please email email@example.com with your resume and no more than one page with a brief description of your (or your company’s) services, links or samples of past work and rates. See below for more details on specific contracting opportunities.
Current openings are listed until filled.
As our business grows we are seeking to expand our pool of independent contractors who can help as we develop and execute our public engagement campaigns:
Researchers: Research and landscape analyses drive each of our projects, and we often need researchers who can go deep into specific topics, analyzing the literature and interviewing experts, to uncover key findings needed to develop the best strategies. Accordingly, we're always on the lookout for people with experience moving quickly through significant stores of information to find answers to key research questions.
Graphic design: From teaching material and fundraising collateral to invitations and PowerPoint presentations, our engagements often require design expertise. While we tackle much of it in-house, we often add designer talent for quick projects or multi-month engagements.
Digital and social media strategy/web design: We are always looking for professionals who can augment our campaign strategy offerings with specific expertise reaching and activating audiences with digital tools, from basic design to app development.
Writing/editing: Many of our engagements involve long form writing, from handbooks and curriculum guides to content rich websites and media materials. We’re all writers and editors here, but are always looking for others to bring additional talents.
Outreach and partner development: Partner groups play key roles in many of our campaigns, providing valuable counsel and credibility and extending our clients' reach and impact. Again, much of this work is done in-house here at ProSocial, but there are projects where we expand that functionality with outreach experts.
Grantwriting: A number of our nonprofit partners and clients depend on public and private grants to help them achieve their mission, and there are times we help identify and pursue grant funding to grow and sustain their campaigns. We're experienced grant writers, but also contract with others when needed.
We want to hear from you! If any of these are of interest to you or someone you know, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org clarifying which area is of interest to you and including detail on specific and relevant areas of experience and expertise (e.g. “researcher with particular depth of knowledge in women’s issues” or “outreach expert with significant relationships in international aid arena”). Include your resume/portfolio, a list of clients and your hourly rate.
ProSocial internships are not your typical "make copies and get coffee" internship experience. Our interns dive head-first into the research, strategy and campaign management, working with us and alongside nonprofits, corporations, media makers and others, playing an integral in the day-to-day efforts of our small and dedicated team. A ProSocial intern is a dependable team player, but also enjoys taking a project and running with it. He or she is constantly thinking, always asking questions, challenging us to think more deeply about how the work we do can help make the world a better place.
Start Date: to be determined
End Date: to be determined
Schedule: full-time/40 hours per week (summer); part-time/18-24 hours per week (fall, winter, spring); some work each week may be done remotely, depending on the position
Compensation: unpaid; applicant must be eligible to receive academic credit
Internship duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
- Researching information for specific client campaigns, including new business and outreach projects
- Supporting the planning and execution of online and offline events, panels, and discussions
- Supporting development and distribution of internal and external communication collateral, including social media and a quarterly e-newsletter
- Assisting with organization and management of current projects
- Limited administrative duties
- More specific duties will depend on intern's interests, and the particular internship position
Education: Ideal undergraduate candidates will be enrolled in or entering the third or fourth year of school, with a strong interest in media, grassroots activism and affecting social change. Ideal graduate candidates will be enrolled in an MBA or other graduate level program with a strong interest in media, grassroots activism, and affecting social change.
Experience: Minimum 2 years of relevant experience involving client contact, research and analysis, written communication and/or social media. Experience may include on-campus involvement, jobs, or other internships in a business or nonprofit enterprise.
Additionally, candidates should have:
- Strong research, writing, and computer skills
- Strong interest and experience in social media
- Ability to stay organized and meet deadlines
- Attention to detail and pride in one’s work
- Experience and drive to work in a fast-paced environment
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Strong interest and/or experience in fundraising and development
- Knowledge of nonprofit organizations and operations preferred, but not required
- Strong interpersonal skills, experience with research, and an ability to report findings in a concise manner
Interested parties should submit to email@example.com:
- Cover letter outlining both the interest in and suitability for this position
- Chronological resume, including specific dates and results for each significant work and volunteer role and educational study
- Sample of written communication from a non-confidential work experience or similar
Please note your name and “INTERNSHIP” in the subject line.
Contact (310) 826-0123 with any questions.
ProSocial is an equal opportunity employer.