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VOYCE-formerly Long Term Care Ombudsman Program

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Are you looking for real experience to help boost your resume and add recognizable pieces to your portfolio while having a fun time helping with the launch of our new name-VOYCE. The Social Media internship at VOYCE (formerly the Long Term Care Ombudsman Program) is perfect for a self-starting student or recent graduate from a Communications, Journalism or Marketing program.

The Social Media intern will assist with developing and designing on line content to reach individuals and families who need long-term care options as well as those who need advocacy in long-term care settings as well as assist in the production of social media content including video, photographs, podcasts, etc.

Tasks will include creating online content before, during and after special events, educational programs and workshops.

Candidates should have solid writing skills and practical experience with online media applications and tools including Twitter, Facebook, You Tube, and Photoshop.

Internship dates: (3 months)

Spring: mid-January-mid- April

Summer: mid-May-mid-August

Fall: mid-September-mid-December

Hours: 10-20 hours a week.

Compensation: Unpaid but may be arranged for college credit.

Apply now by contacting Mary Lynn Donovan. Send resume, writing samples, and examples of web content and/or new media.

Contact person:

Mary Lynn Donovan, CFA

Executive Director



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About VOYCE-formerly Long Term Care Ombudsman Program


8702 Manchester Road, St. Louis, MO 63144, US

Mission Statement

To educate and empower persons and their families for quality living across the continuum of long-term care.


VOYCE offers advocacy services to the 20,000 individuals who reside in more than 300 skilled nursing, assisted living and residential care communities in Greater St. Louis and northeast Missouri. More than 50% of these individuals have no one to advocate on their behalf.

VOYCE also delivers options to those making long-term care decisions. As the demand for long-term care continues to grow, an estimated 70% of those 65 and older will need long-term care and 43% will spend some time in a long-term care community.


VOYCE is a principle source of information for those who need long-term care and their families. Our free VOYCEconnect service illuminates choices on the long-term care continuum and assists you with making the best decisions.

Advocacy & Human Rights
Health & Medicine


We'll work with your schedule.


VOYCE-formerly Long Term Care Ombudsman Program8702 Manchester RoadSt. Louis, MO 63144




  • People 55+


  • Driver's License Needed
  • Background Check
  • Must be at least 21
  • Orientation or Training
  • 3 motnhs
  • flexible schedule

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