Interns have the opportunity to interact with numerous local, state, and federal policymakers and community leaders, as well as attend and facilitate special events and community meetings. Interns will have a key role in the maintenance of our department’s social network sites, such as Facebook and Twitter. Interns also receive opportunities to gain and sharpen skills key to any future career: writing briefs, strategic plans, correspondence, and media releases; research and data compilation, critical thinking and analysis; skills in organization, prioritization, and multi-tasking; and interpersonal communication skills. In addition, they will gain exposure to a wide range of possible careers in healthcare, government, business and public relations.
- The internship will be primarily located at our office in Hillcrest, however prospective interns should expect to work anywhere in San Diego County.
- A minimum of 3 days/week at 12 hours/week is required.
- This is an unpaid internship.
To apply, prospective interns should send a resume/curriculum vitae, along with a cover letter to Manager Zach Schlagel at firstname.lastname@example.org
. For additional information, please call 619-709-4677.