Story Telling Intern
City Repair facilitates artistic and ecologically-oriented placemaking through projects that honor the interconnection of human communities and the natural world. The many projects of City Repair have been accomplished by a mostly volunteer staff and thousands of volunteer citizen activists. We provide support, resources, and opportunities to help diverse communities reclaim the culture, power, and joy that we all deserve.
The Story Telling Intern sits in our communications and media team while interfacing with all projects. This team is responsible for our newsletter, website, general social media, graphic media, and will have a high focus on creating article and blog content. With a dynamic mission and community, 20 year history, and bustling year round projects, this internship will help document the past, present, and our dreams for the future. The title of “Story Teller” is important because as a community building and nature based organization, humanizing our roles and being playful with metaphor is fundamental to our ethics and operations.
Weekly meetings and coworking times with flexible scheduling. Much remote work possible.
While this is an unpaid internship, it is an amazing opportunity to work in placemaking and diverse. Additionally, as an educational non-profit we will train you in any relevant skill you want to learn or hone within this program.
Skills employed in this program include:
Writing and editing
Social media management
Equity and diversity competency
Teamwork with self initiative
Specific tasks or outcomes of this internship include:
2 articles written per month
Weekly social media management
Help create publications for annual Village Building Convergence.
Commit 5 to 12 hours per week
Additional skills that can benefit the program include:
Architectural and planning background training
Fundraising and grant writing
Second language proficiency
City Repair holds dear equity, consensus, shared leaderships, and earth care in our service to the community and to our own collective. We encourage applications from candidates with diverse backgrounds, particularly those from historically underrepresented groups, whose professional and personal experiences will help us work toward our vision of a just and healthy world.
Applications for the Story Telling Intern will be reviewed on a rolling basis with the position open until filled. If you are interested please email a cover letter, resume, and three references (preferably combined as a single document) to Kirk Rea, Volunteer Coordinator and Placemaking Community Organizer at firstname.lastname@example.org. With questions call 307-287-0005.