Media and Communications Internship, The ARCHIVE Institute,
Parlin, New Jersey
As a member of the media and communications division, you will be
expected to provide administrative and editorial support. Duties
include: assisting with proofreading; assisting with media/press
outreach; layout and design of promotional material for awareness
campaign; website maintenance as needed.
Qualifications: Detail-oriented individual with good writing and
computer skills; knowledge of Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Illustrator;
Quark Xpress or other desktop publishing software preferred; familiarity
with Microsoft Word and Excel required; layout and web design experience
with HTML, Flash or Dreamweaver a plus.
The ARCHIVE Institute seeks interns who are highly organized and detail
oriented while also possessing strong communications and interpersonal
skills. You have the drive to excel in all situations and at all times.
Most importantly, each intern will have the ability to work as part of a
decentralized team while completing their tasks in a non traditional
work environment. Familiarity with international public health,
architecture or planning will be of benefit.
The ARCHIVE Institute is committed to diversity and encourages people of
all cultural, economic and academic backgrounds to apply.
The Fall Internships run from September to December, and the Spring
Internships from January to May. Starting and ending dates are flexible.
These are unpaid, part-time positions. We ask that Interns work at least
10 hours per week.
Interested candidates should submit a letter of interest specifying the
internship for which they are applying accompanied by a resume to the
Internship Coordinator at the email address below.
The ARCHIVE Institute
P.O. Box 172
Parlin, New Jersey 08859, USA