We are recruiting for a talented and hard-working intern to join a team determined to prove that creativity can change the world. As an intern at Moleskine Foundation, you will be exposed to many different aspects of the non-profit world, including providing project management support, assisting with communications, and supporting new project development efforts. The internship will offer outstanding opportunities for personal development. In addition to working as part of our team, you may be expected to undertake a personal project, which will allow you to further your knowledge about a detailed aspect of our work and demonstrate your skills to our senior team.
This is a paid internship position.
• Day-to-day communications activities including assets creation, social media, newsletters, and website backend management • Day-to-day support to the project management of AtWork and the WikiAfrica Education programs • The drafting of the Foundation's annual impact report • Occasional research for the Foundation's work on education and creativity • Proposal development to help fund new projects
The successful candidate will have completed his or her undergraduate studies at a high level and will be able to demonstrate: • Creative mindset • Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English and preferably Italian • Experience in social media management • Excellent skills in graphic design (Adobe Suite, mostly Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign) • Ful MS Office proficiency • Good knowledge of WordPress CMS is a big plus • Hands-on kind of person • Passion for arts, culture, and social change • Prior experience in non-profits and consultancy is desirable but not essential.
APPLICATION DEADLINE: OCTOBER 25TH 2020. Please send your CV, an accompanying cover letter (max. 300 words) in English as separate PDF documents, and your portfolio to: firstname.lastname@example.org. Please write "Internship Application" in your email object.