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Learn & Earn- Communications & Marketing Internship

Learn and Earn Internship Program
 All In Energy
Communications and Marketing Internship
Anticipated Start and End Dates:  September 1 – December 16
Remote or In Person: Remote
Hours Per Week: Part-time or Full-time possibilities
Work Schedule: Flexible schedule
Pay Rate and Travel Stipend:  $18/hour and one-time $240 travel stipend
Internship Class: If chosen for the internship, you will take the three credit INT-299 Learn and Earn internship course during fall semester (you pay for the course but if an internship course is not part of your program, we can try to see if a required course can be replaced but this is not always possible). 
Organization Overview:
Do you want to advance racial and economic justice while tackling climate change? Join an innovative young nonprofit organization, All In Energy, working to expand access to climate solutions and green jobs across the Commonwealth. Our mission is to accelerate an inclusive clean energy economy. We work hand-in-hand with cities and local community organizations to connect communities of color, non-English speakers and renters/landlords to energy-saving programs and affordable renewable energy. These programs help families save money, make their homes healthier, and combat climate change. We are also increasing green career opportunities for people of color, multilingual individuals and women.
All In Energy is an equal opportunity employer who values diversity. In particular, we’re dedicated to broadening opportunities for individuals from demographic groups that are historically underrepresented in the clean energy economy. We’re committed to building an inclusive workplace culture where talented people of widely diverse backgrounds can thrive. We are actively seeking people who bring diverse backgrounds and perspectives to join us in this work.
Job Description: 
We’re seeking a passionate college student with experience in graphic design and social media to expand our reach and ensure residents and small businesses across the Commonwealth can benefit from nation-leading energy efficiency programs. This is an exciting opportunity not only to learn valuable skills but also to shape the future of a new and innovative non-profit organization. 
The Communications and Marketing Intern plays a critical role in developing digital and print communications materials that support 30+ communities in Massachusetts, as well as our field operations, to effectively engage residents, including in 9 different languages. Your work will directly support our community partners and help to expand a more inclusive clean energy economy in Massachusetts.
Responsibilities will include the following:
·       Customize marketing materials for each of our 30+ community partners, with high attention to local details to ensure accuracy. 
o  This includes adjusting materials to represent specific community partners, direct residents and small businesses to the correct local websites and phone numbers, creating and updating QR codes, and organizing materials in Drive and SharePoint folders for community access. 
·       Support in maintaining the website, including updating blog, partner pages, Community pages and staff pages. 
·       Design and adjust event materials, collateral, and giveaways for tabling
·       Support in the creation of social media graphics and maintenance of social media presence on platforms such as Facebook, Instagram and Twitter
·       Miscellaneous tasks associated with starting up a new nonprofit organization, as needed
Basic Qualifications:
·       Passion and feeling of urgency for addressing global climate change, equitable clean energy access, or economic and environmental justice
·       Experience using tools such as: Canva and/or Adobe illustrator, photoshop
·       Details-oriented and able to keep tasks, records and systems organized
·       Creative with strong eye for graphic design
·       Strong written communication skills with minimal spelling or grammatical errors
·       Experience with social media, maintaining website content and/or creating fliers for a business, non-profit, team or club
·       Experience writing blog posts, published articles, or letters to the editor
·       Demonstrated ability to creatively problem solve and overcome obstacles
·       Ability to work independently and as a part of a small, nimble team
·       Ability to work remotely and stay on task and in good communication with team
Desired Qualifications:
·       Successful experience working remotely with a team
·       Experience communicating with the residents of low-income and/or majority-minority communities
·       Experience gathering and analyzing data
·       Graphic design experience or aptitude
·       Bilingual in Spanish or Portuguese
·       Basic knowledge of how homes use and lose energy
·       Some knowledge in creating marketing strategies inside or outside classroom
BHCC Vaccination Requirement:
In order to create a safe and inclusive environment for our students working in the field, BHCC is requiring:
·       All students who are doing in-person internships to BE VACCINATED AGAINST COVID19
·       Students seeking a medical or religious exemption may request an exemption at Exemptions and accommodations are not guaranteed.
To Apply:
Follow these steps on Handshake (BHCC’s career platform):
  1. Log into your Handshake account using BHCC email and password: 
  2. On the left sidebar follow the “Jobs” link
  3. Scroll down until you see “Label” - select the drop down menu
  4. Click on “Add Label”
  5. Type in “learn and earn internship”
·       This will filter through all of the positions available and show you any Learn and Earn internships that are open to apply for. 
·       You can select each internship position to read the job description and you can apply by uploading your resume. 
·       Once your resume is uploaded a Learn and Earn Internship Coordinator will contact you about your application. 
Katie Colello - Learn and Earn Coordinator ● Office: B-101E ● 617-936-1943 ●