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Healthy Harbor Internship Opportunity
Potential Majors – under graduate or graduate
(other relevant majors will be considered):
- Environmental Studies
- Public Relations/Communication
- Urban Planning
- Environmental Science
Come help us build grassroots support for a clean and healthy Baltimore Harbor! Waterfront Partnership of Baltimore, a non-profit business responsible for promoting and maintaining Baltimore’s Inner Harbor, is seeking an unpaid intern to conduct work related to the Healthy Harbor initiative – a plan to make Baltimore Harbor safe for swimming and fishing by 2020.
The intern will be responsible for creating the first ever Healthy Harbor e-newsletter. Tasks involved include building an email list of recipients, generating a buzz on social media platforms, and researching and writing content for the e-newsletter. The intern will get to work first hand with everyone from web developers to environmental scientists working to clean up our waterways.
You will have an opportunity to learn about nonprofit marketing, public/private partnerships, environmental justice, urban water pollution issues, and urban planning, while working from an office in the heart of Baltimore’s downtown Harbor East neighborhood.
Ideal candidates will be studying at either the undergraduate or graduate level and have an interest in related fields including public relations, social media, environmental studies, and urban planning. The time commitment is flexible, but should be approximately 16 hours a week
Please send resume and brief introductory email to Adam@WaterfrontPartnership.org.
Waterfront Partnership is located at 650 S. Exeter Street, Baltimore, MD 21202
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