Policy and Communications Intern
Internship - Washington, DC area - office is in Alexandria, Virginia near the King Street Metro station.
Read more - http://www.menshealthnetwork.org/internships
Organization: Men's Health Network
Area of Focus: Health, Mental health, Family and Parenting, Men's Issues, fatherhood, Veterans’ Issues, policy
Experience the excitement of an intership in DC.
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This internship opportunity could include, but is not be limited to:
* Social media:
Using social media to build the network and promote advocacy. Develop videos, Infographics, and more.
* Public Policy: Direct advocacy - preparation of educational briefings for Congressional staff Attending Congressional hearings and local seminars
Watch examples of MHN public policy initiatives:
Congressional Briefing - What's Happening With Boys
White House event -
Congressional Briefing - TBI
* Health outreach: Development and/or update of health informational brochures and literature hand-outs.
* Represent MHN at trade shows and public policy events Internet correspondence with various health e-mail groups
* Research issues such as: Health disparities in education and medical research Family issues such as adoption, child abuse, custody, foster care and welfare
MHN is the founder of and manages activities for -
Men’s Health Month
We also manage –
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MHN on Twitter
MHN on Facebook
This is a hands-on experience in public policy. Qualifications include enthusiasm, basic computer skills, confidence in written and oral communication skills and being an independent initiator. Work hours are negotiable and flexible.
A learning plan is tailored to best suit your interests upon arrival at the Men's Health Network.
Send resume, your goals, and a writing sample.
Longer internships are available, and are flexible to meet your needs.
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