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The intern will be a valuable contributor to the communications and coastal teams at Audubon North Carolina, the state office of the National Audubon Society. The intern will create digital content in support of Audubon's coastal resilience program, which is based at our 2,600-acre Pine Island Sanctuary in the Outer Banks. At Pine Island, Audubon studies rapid coastal change and engages community partners in creating solutions for birds and people.
Audubon is seeking candidates who are undergraduate or graduate students majoring in communications, journalism, marketing, or another related field. The intern will create impactful content (reported articles, blog posts, social media, possibly print) for Audubon's coastal resilience program at Pine Island. The content will vary and will be dependent in part on the intern’s interests and skillsets. In addition to gaining storytelling and communication skills, the intern will have opportunities to network with Audubon staff and volunteers in North Carolina and around the nation, and will leave with a robust communications portfolio. The internship lasts 8 weeks at 40 hours per week, fully remote. Start and end dates are relatively flexible, and the internship will likely span a period from mid-May to mid-July. There may be an opportunity for the intern to visit Pine Island Sanctuary during the internship. Mileage for travel will be reimbursed and overnight accommodations will be provided or reimbursed for trips.
Applicants must upload a one-page cover letter and one-page resume describing their interest in the position and relevant experience. Applications lacking a cover letter will not be reviewed.