Communications Intern at the MA Department of Energy Resources (Summer Internship)
Approximate Deadline: August 2012
This represents an opportunity to work in clean energy communications for the state agency leading energy efficiency and renewable energy policy and program development. The intern will have an opportunity to create blog posts, case studies, tweets and more. S/he will also learn about clean energy and contribute to the understanding of energy saving, greenhouse gas reducing actions businesses and residents can take, while learning about public service.
Communications interns will work with the marketing team in a variety of ways. Responsibilities will include attending policy meetings, developing communication strategies, organizing events, working with social media and working with communities and stakeholders. It can be part-time or full-time and one should contact Susan Kaplan (Director of Marketing and Stakeholder Engagement) at email@example.com with questions. You can send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Some qualifications: Communications and/or education background and experience with social media preferred. Good writing, research, and interviewing skills are a plus.