Social Media and Communications Interns


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It's flexible! We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
Logo by David A Mills


Redemptive Work is looking for Social Media Communications Interns to build our brand, manage and write copy for our website, and social media platforms. As a growing company and a small non-profit working with displaced, disabled, formerly incarcerated, or other socially outcast persons to create sustainable living situations, we need help building our brand.

RW’s Social Media and Communications Interns update our website, grow our social media presence, and attend virtual team meetings. Interns understand effective social media strategy and audience engagement, enthusiastically take ownership of new initiatives, contribute ideas to help grow subscribership and improves content quality. Interns will use these skills to contribute to our Google Suites, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram accounts. They will manage content creation for the website and ensure that information is both up to date and effective.

The ideal candidate will have experience with social media platforms, be a strong and engaging writer, and will have a passion for social and economic justice.

This position is an excellent opportunity to gain experience in copywriting, web design, marketing, and non-profit operations. To serve our organization best, we ask that our Communications Interns commit to social media updates (at least 1) 5 days a week for a minimum of 6 months. Student interns may be eligible to receive a letter of recommendation after each semester of service. As an intern, you will report to the Social Media Director who will lead your team in creating an effective, meaningful social media presence.

This opportunity is excellent for those studying or interested in communications, social media, English/writing, advertising, marketing, or social work.


  • Public Relations
  • Marketing Strategy & Planning
  • Copy Writing / Copy Editing

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Requirements & Commitment

  • up to 5 hours weekly
  • a computer or tablet capable of editing documents through videoconference platforms

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