Fall 2021: Richmond Racial Equity Essays - Marketing & Social Media Intern (PAID)
Aug 10, 2021
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Using the Just City Essays as a model, which is an e-book of 26 essays reflecting on how to create a just city, urban planner and DEI consultant, Ebony Walden is working with activist and urban farmer Duron Chavis and Meghan Gough from VCU's Wilder School to create a similar e-book of essays along with video interviews (similar to Black Space Matters) and a virtual summit focused on racial equity In Richmond. We hope to capture voices from all walks of life and sectors in Richmond. The goal is to explore what an equitable Richmond looks like, especially as it relates to racial equity and highlight the strategies that will help us get there. We’d like the essays, videos and online summit to culminate in a draft framework for advancing racial equity in the City of Richmond.
Scope of work:
The organizers are looking for assistance with marketing the project, namely social media and website content creation and management. They need assistance developing graphics, posting web content and videos, social media strategy/management drafting, project materials and light administrative tasks.
Interested persons should have one or more of the following skills: Content development, graphic design, social media management, marketing strategy, development of marketing materials, copywriting and editing and administrative experience. Juniors, seniors or grad students preferred.
Work to be done during August 15 – October 15. This is an estimated 30-40 hour project, ranging from 2-4 hours a week generally. There is an opportunity to extend support past October if there is interest.
We open to a flat free or negotiable hourly rate between $15-20/hr.
For students who are interested, please send resumes, cover letters and portfolios to email@example.com. She’ll review candidates and reach out to those who may be a good fit.