Seattle PR Internships
The Borgen Project offers PR internships in Seattle at the organizations headquarters. View the latest information on Seattle PR Internships.
PR Internship (Seattle)
– Edit content for the web and magazine site.
– Manage PR and Media Campaigns
– Utilize and coordinate social media strategy
– Assist with fundraising.
– Take on assignments as they arise.
Details: 360-hours required. Full-time preferred but hours can be completed part-time if need be. Minimum of 4-days per week.Must be available Monday’s 4:30PM – 6:00 PM for The Borgen Project’s national conference call.
Location: Seattle, WA.
To Apply: To be considered for the PR Internship in Seattle, please email your resume to [email protected].
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History of The Borgen Project
In 1999, while working as a young volunteer in refugee camps during the Kosovo War and genocide, Clint Borgen recognized the need for an organization that could focus U.S. political attention on extreme poverty. In 2003, after graduating from Washington State University and interning at the United Nations, Borgen began developing the organization.
In need of startup funding, Borgen took a job living on a fishing vessel docked in Dutch Harbor, Alaska (the same location as “The Deadliest Catch”). From humble beginnings in one of the most remote regions of the world, The Borgen Project was born. One man with a laptop and a budget that came from his Alaska paychecks has evolved into a national campaign with volunteers operating in 220 U.S. cities.
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