Emory Healthcare/Emory University Communications Intern | CWW in Decatur, Georgia
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At Children Without Worms (CWW), we are committed to the global control of soil-transmitted helminth (STH) infections, commonly known as intestinal worm infections. We advocate for the delivery of a defined, integrated package of interventions including preventive chemotherapy, sanitation provision, and behavior change communication to achieve adoption of proper hygiene practices. With national programs and partners, we build national capacity to plan for, implement, and monitor effective STH programs and guide governmental policies. By preventing new infections and mitigating existing ones, we help ensure affected communities thrive and contribute to the development of their nations.
Children Without Worms is a program of the Task Force for Global Health, an independent, 501(c)3, nongovernmental organization based in Atlanta, GA, USA, with a field office in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Our programs focus on eliminating diseases and protecting populations. Since our founding, we only take on problems we know can be solved, and we do it through powerful, global collaborations because we are in the business of solving problems.
CWW is seeking a Communications Intern to assist with communications tasks. Under the guidance of the communications team, the Communications Intern will support the maintenance of the website, newsletters and reports; assist in the creation of communications materials for conferences and events; collect and categorize public health resources and project information for sharing via communications channels; develop content for CWW’s social media platforms and perform administrative and other duties as assigned. The Communications Intern may have the opportunity to contribute to specific projects depending on skills and interest.
Specific responsibilities include:
Developing an Audience analysis that would assist in the design and dissemination of various communications pieces.
Support general communications activities, including monitoring digital and social media, assisting in partner outreach, and editing CWW presentations, reports, and fact sheets.
Collaborate with the communications team in creating external communications, including:
Assist with internal communications products, including the development of a presentation style guide, draft or revise SOPs and Policies.
Assist in maintaining CWW’s web presence
Create simple graphics as needed
Assisting in editing CWW photo archives
Assist with communications and related tasks for regional partnership meetings
Perform other duties as assigned
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Job Number 57354
Job Type Temporary Part-Time
Division Affiliated Organizations
Department Task Force for Global Health
This position may involve the following Health and Safety issues: Not Applicable
Job Category Admissions & Student Life
Location : Name Task Force for Global Health
Campus Location (For Posting) : Location US-GA-Decatur