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NARN Communications Internship

Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN)

Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN)

United States

Marketing or communications

Government, policy, lobbying, or legal







Mgmt responsibilities: 


Date posted:



About the Role

The Northwest Animal Rights Network (NARN) is excited to offer a fully remote communications internship to undergraduate students who are seeking communications or nonprofit development opportunities in animal and human rights advocacy and activism, and experience working with a small but tenacious nonprofit focusing on animal rights and social justice. Internships are conducted on a rolling basis and typically last between four and six months.

Current enrollment working towards a degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Policy, Non-profit Management, or other applicable degree relevant to NARN’s work and mission.
Dedication to animal rights activism or interest in becoming involved in animal rights activism.
Sincere interest in ethical veganism and advancing animal rights.
Willingness to accept a variety of assignments.
Excellent organizational and time management skills.
Excellent research and writing skills.
Ability to commit to a full-time or part-time schedule.
Creativity and the ability to think critically.
Familiarity with Canva is a plus.
Familiarity with Facebook, Instagram, TikTok, and other major social media platforms.
Basic knowledge of social media analytics and tracking tools (e.g., Facebook Insights).
Members of racially diverse backgrounds, women, non-binary folx, members of the LGBTQIA+ community, and individuals with a disability are highly encouraged to apply.

Specific duties may include:
Assist in creating written and visual content for various platforms, including press releases, blog posts, and newsletters.
Assist in the development of engaging and shareable content for various social media platforms, including text, images, graphics, and videos.
Manage and monitor our social media accounts, including scheduling posts and sharing with our partners on social media.
Respond to comments, messages, and mentions on social media platforms in a timely and professional manner, fostering a sense of community.
Track local and regional rule and comment processes for pressing issues pertaining to wildlife, animals used in agriculture or labs, environmental justice/sustainability, and/or climate change.
Craft comment responses to government rulemakings or other administrative procedures.
Webpage content creation.
Participate in NARN meetings and events and write up/create press releases, social media, and/or blog posts that succinctly inform our followers.
Develop existing social media accounts, including plans to grow followers and increase NARN’s media reach.
Research and compile media lists, draft pitches, and support media outreach efforts for press coverage.

Interested candidates should submit a resume and cover letter to, addressed to Hannah Thompson-Garner. Applications received on a rolling basis.

About the Organisation

NARN advocates for the rights inherent to all sentient beings to live full lives, to be free, and to not be used and exploited. We engage in campaigns to expose, challenge, and alleviate the suffering and abuse of non-human animals. Learn more at our campaigns page.

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