- Website administration (e.g., creating webpages with HTML and CSS, updating site construction based on Center’s needs)
- Blogging (e.g., translating drafts into final posts, finding images and other relevant media to include in posts)
- Social media management (e.g., posting articles and other media on behalf of Center, increasing subscriptions and followers)
- Design and branding (e.g., formatting documents in InDesign, working with leadership team to brand products)
- Graphic design (e.g., translate graphic mockups into final products via Photoshop, create interactive graphics for web-based products)
- Contributing to Center's ongoing PR, marketing and donor engagement efforts (e.g., drafting/editing correspondence, finding images and content for slide decks)
- Providing support for Center events and educational programs (e.g., drafting and preparing materials, logistics support)
- General office support as needed
Communications and IT Intern (SEMS Job #16432, work study preferred)
The Center for High Impact Philanthropy (CHIP) was founded in 2006 by the by the dean of the School of Social Policy & Practice (SP2) and a small group of anonymous Wharton alumni. We provide the information and decision-making tools that allow philanthropists to allocate their dollars to where it can make the greatest difference in improving the lives of others. More at: www.impact.upenn.edu.
The Center is seeking a Communications and IT intern (work study preferred) to assist in its website administration, social media management and design projects.
Additional responsibilities might include:
The ideal candidate has experience working in an office environment, strong computer literacy skills, and the ability to troubleshoot problems as they arise. Also required is an eye for design and experience with and solid understanding of Photoshop and InDesign. The ideal candidate will possess excellent organizational, communication and interpersonal skills; the ability to handle details as well as multiple projects; self-direction and motivation; and an interest in tackling new projects.Prior experience working in the nonprofit sector and/or teaching, education policy, or nonprofit evaluation is preferred. Interest/experience in policy analysis, and strong quantitative analytic skills would be helpful.
Start: Spring Semester 2014
Wage Rate: negotiable pending experience
Hours per week: 10-15
Send resume and cover letter via email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Center for High Impact Philanthropy
School of Social Policy and Practice
3815 Walnut Street
Philadelphia, PA 19104-6179