Social Media Marketing intern

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Application Due: Applications are considered on a rolling basis

U.S. Work Authorization: NOT required

Volunteer: While Hindi’s Libraries is currently offering positions on a volunteer (unpaid) basis only, students should check with their internship coordinator to determine eligibility for academic credit.

Location: Remote

Part-time: 4-5 hours per week


In August of 2018, our community lost an incredible human being, Dr. Hindi Krinsky, at the young age of 32. To continue Hindi's legacy, family and friends chose to build three free-standing libraries in her children's school. In order to fill these libraries, we reached out to the community for gently used books. Within two weeks, we received approximately 500 books. We knew then that this was going to be much bigger than just three small libraries. Since January 2019, we have collected over 250,000 books which we've donated to more than 650 organizations throughout the world spanning across all 50 states, Puerto Rico, Africa, Haiti, India & Israel. Together, we continue to share Hindi's passion for reading and love of literature with thousands of children.

Your Role and Responsibilities:

  • Management of presence on:
    • Facebook
    • Instagram
    • Twitter
    • TikTok
  • Graphic design using Canva (familiarity with other graphic design platforms a plus)
  • Identification of and engagement with target audience (including other organizations and individual users) on social media
  • Coordinate content and schedule postings across social media platforms
  • Update main website

Hindi’s Libraries interns will be directly supervised by Co-Founder Leslie Gang.

Additional Opportunities:

Hindi’s Libraries encourages open collaboration and would love to hear your ideas for how we can grow and improve our organization. While working with the Hindi’s Libraries team, you will have opportunities for personal and professional growth including professional development workshops, mentoring, and team bonding activities. Eligible students may receive academic credit for their time with Hindi’s Libraries.


  • Must be at least 18 years old to apply
  • Access to a reliable internet connection

Apply Today:

To join the Hindi’s Libraries team, please email your resume along with a convenient phone number to Ms. Leslie Gang at .

Learn More and Contact Us:

To learn more about Hindi’s Libraries, visit us at or email Co-Founder Leslie Gang at .

Find us in the news: Hindi’s Libraries is honored to have been featured by both local and national publications including Broadway World , Newsday , and GirlTalk HQ !

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Mission Statement

Our organization's mission is to continue the legacy of Dr. Hindi Krinsky, a 32 year old High School English Teacher and Literacy Coordinator, who tragically passed away in 2018 from a complications of Crohn’s Disease. Her goal was to share her love for reading and literature with her High School students. Our goal is to ensure that children in need, who are unable to afford books, have the opportunity to read and own a book, something they otherwise may not be able to afford. By giving the gift of literacy, we are sharing Hindi's passion and keeping her memory alive.


Hindi's Libraries is a 501c3 international nonprofit organization that donates new and gently used children's books all over the world, spanning across 50 states, Israel, India, Puerto Rico and Africa. Books are sent to recipients, completely free of charge, as the nonprofit absorbs all fees associated with shipping. Since our inception in 2018, we've collected more than 185,000 books and partnered with 450 organizations worldwide. All books are dedicated in memory of Dr. Hindi Krinsky, 32 year old educator and mother of 5 who suddenly passed away in August of 2018 due to complications from Crohn's disease.


Advocacy & Human Rights
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Advocacy & Human Rights, Children & Youth, Education & Literacy


We'll work with your schedule.


This is a Virtual Opportunity with no fixed address.


  • Literacy / Reading
  • Youth Services
  • Reading / Writing




  • Must be at least 18
  • 4-5 hours / week

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