Job Overview: Nourishing Schools Foundation is on a mission to enable young changemakers to take charge of their own nutrition and profess the same knowledge within their communities. The intern will support in the development of digital materials that are consistently engaging and propel interest and action. The ideal candidate is a digital media enthusiast with design skills that entertain, educate, and persuade the user.
Responsibilities and Duties:
Co-lead in developing strategies for automating toolkit training and monitoring of toolkit use in schools and communities
Create design ideas for digital content using design softwares like Canva, Adobe Photoshop, etc.
Help in testing prototypes of the automated tools with partners
Devise best solutions to optimise toolkit reach and use among rural children and improve its usability through digitisation
Participate in workshops held with other technology teams to discuss optimal solutions.
Required skills/Personal skills:
Experience in producing, editing, and disseminating multimedia content for online audiences.
Sophisticated understanding of multimedia content, including how it can best be produced, packaged, published, and shared on websites, on social media and for partner organizations.
Necessary computer skills (MS Office essential; knowledge of design softwares like Canva, Adobe Photoshop, and/or Adobe Premiere Pro would be great).
Demonstrated problem-solving abilities and creativity
Strong execution capabilities
Attention to detail with strong analytical skills
Skills gained by the end of internship:
Experience in designing and measuring digital impact
Creating content for positive social and behavioural change
Nourishing Schools Foundation is on a mission to enable young changemakers to take charge of their own nutrition and profess the same knowledge within their communities.
The programme aims to develop young change makers aged between 9-14 years who can take charge of improving their own and their communities' nutrition. We provide toolkits to schools with games and activities for children between 4th and 9th grade. These activities help children learn about nutrition and how they can improve it e.g. by managing school gardens to access a diverse source of nutrients or building a hand washing station to preventing diarrhoea. Over two cycles of engaging with the toolkit, children solve problems in their schools and communities related to nutrition.
Over the years, we have partnered with various organisations to roll-out the Nourishing Schools programme in over 200 schools across India.
Children & Youth
Health & Medicine
We'll work with your schedule.
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.
February 11, 2021
Adobe Creative Suite
20-40 hours per week
We seek candidates with relevant coursework in graphic and media design, multimedia, and visual art.