Communications & Social Media Intern

At FMP we are looking for a creative, self-starter Communications & Social Media Intern to work alongside our Deputy Director. The Communications and Social Media Intern will be responsible for planning social media calendars, creating social media posts and assisting the Deputy Director with brainstorming social media campaigns. This position requires 15-20 hrs per week. This is a hybrid position, with some in-person participation at actions/rallies required.

A successful candidate for this position must have a passion for social justice, advocating for immigrants' rights and challenging the current immigration system. As well as an understanding of the important role social media plays in contemporary movement-building. To apply please send the following materials to Adrianna Torres-García at [email protected] with the subject line “COMMS AND SOCIAL MEDIA INTERN”:

  • Resume or CV
  • List of two relevant work references

Social Media Intern Responsibilities:

  • Manage the social media calendar under the supervision of the Deputy Director.
  • Brainstorm social media outreach ideas for various campaigns.
  • Assist in maintaining WordPress websites, and post on various social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn.
  • Research and summarize relevant immigrant rights topics for posts.
  • Create original, educational content about our campaigns and general immigrant rights issues.
  • Manage social media during actions, rallies and certain in-person events.
  • Conduct social media analysis to gauge the success of outreach.

This is not an exhaustive list of responsibilities.

Social Media Intern Requirements:

  • Creative mindset, highly organized, attentive to detail
  • Excellent communications skills
  • Strong organizational and problem-solving skills
  • Spanish/English fluency required
  • Social media competency required
  • Experience in immigrant rights or racial justice advocacy and/or organizing strongly preferred
  • Social media management tools competency preferred
  • Must be work-study eligible

FMP is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer committed to assembling a diverse, broadly-trained staff. Women, people of color, Black, Indigenous, LGBTQIA+ folks, migrants, people with disabilities, previously-incarcerated, and other marginalized communities are strongly encouraged to apply.