Thank you for your interest in joining a dynamic team of professionals working to save land and promote sound land use planning on Maryland’s Eastern Shore.
The Eastern Shore Land Conservancy is a leading regional land trust on Maryland’s rural Eastern Shore responsible for preserving nearly 65,000 acres since 1990. Do you want to be engaged in the future of the beautiful Eastern Shore? Then come join our exciting and dynamic team at the award-winning Eastern Shore Conservation Center in Easton’s charming historic district!
Eastern Shore Land Conservancy is currently seeking candidates to fill the following roles:
Communications Coordinator, Bethany Straus
Internship will run 12 weeks from Mid-May through Mid-August, with a flexible start and end date based on applicants’ school schedule. Minimum 3 days per week, 8:30 AM – 4:30 PM. Flexible scheduling available with Supervisor approval.
Eastern Shore Conservation Center, 114 South Washington Street, Easton, Maryland. This position will be a combination of in-person and teleworking to be determined with Supervisor.
Purpose: In efforts to preserve the prime farmland, wildlife habitats, and unique natural assets of the Eastern Shore, ESLC assists landowners in exploring and implementing various conservation options for their properties, as well as working with other organizations with similar missions along the Eastern Shore and beyond. Social Media plays a key role in this, seeing as information and opportunities are being shared online now more than ever. For more information about the Conservancy, please refer to our website at www.eslc.org.
Job Duties: The Social Media Intern will assist the Communications Coordinator with achieving ESLC’s communications objectives, including bringing an increased awareness of ESLC to the Eastern Shore, sharing updates on ESLC’s progress and achievements, and creating content to connect ESLC to landowners and communities that would benefit from working with us. There may also be several larger scale projects to be completed by the Intern, based on their interests.
Training/Benefits: The Social Media Intern will have an opportunity to learn about and work with a variety of tools for mass communication, including graphic design software, publishing tools, and performance metrics. In addition, those interested in exploring other aspects of conservation and non-profits management – including our Lands, Towns, and Advocacy work – may have opportunities to work with our staff and learn about those fields. The administrative and technical skillsets gained through this internship will be highly valued and transferable to a variety of entry-level positions in the field of communications.
Qualifications & Skills Required: The ideal candidate will be pursuing an associates or bachelor’s degree in Mass Communication, Public Relations, or a related field. The candidate should possess strong communication and interpersonal skills, enjoy working with people, have an interest in the intricacies of online communications, and have an eye for creativity and detail. Experience with all major social media platforms required (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and LinkedIn). Strong writing skills necessary, including storytelling and AP style. Experience with Canva and/or Adobe graphic design products strongly preferred.
Compensation: $12.20/hour, up to $2,000/month
To apply, send an email with your resume, cover letter, and a writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org
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