Community Commons Digital Content Creation and Curation Intern
IP3 has multiple internship openings for undergraduate students for the 2022-23 Academic Year. Community Commons Digital Content Creation and Curation interns will participate with and support the Community Commons Team. Community Commons is a collaborative initiative that exists to serve the healthy communities’ movement by helping change-makers advance equitable community health and well-being. For the last decade, IP3 and its partners have stewarded Community Commons by connecting those driving change to the best tools, resources, data, and stories to support the work.
IP3 is currently seeking one or more undergraduate student interns to support digital content development, and resource curation and indexing for Community Commons. Over the course of the internship, interns will significantly contribute to the creation of data driving CommunityCommons.org, and develop a digital portfolio of published works, including original and curated content for CommunityCommons.org.
Anticipated activities include:
Working as part of the team that develops and maintains our data. This may involve writing metadata, working in the database to build relationships, modifying database and other duties as assigned.
Helping create digital content that advances well-being and equity. This may involve conducting research, curating sets of resources, and writing original blogs and other web copy, and other duties as assigned.
Supporting website needs. This may involve supporting user engagement and engagement through social media, incorporating best practices from marketing, communications, and user experience design, and supporting website analytics to evaluate the impact of digital content.
Undergraduate students from public health, community development, community organizing, communications, computer science, library science and other relevant programs are encouraged to apply. Interns may have the opportunity to earn course credit and a stipend. As an organization with a core mission to advance well-being and equity, IP3 is committed to equity, diversity and inclusion in hiring. First-generation students, students with disabilities, LGBTQIA2+ students, and students of color are highly encouraged to apply.
Commitment and Compensation
Interns will commit to 10-20 hours per week from approximately mid-September 2022 through mid-June 2023. Interns will receive a stipend. The IP3 team is fully remote and utilizes collaboration platforms including Zoom, Google Workspace, Slack and Basecamp. Interns are expected to telecommute for this position.
Students interested in applying must submit a resume, cover letter and one-page writing sample via this link. Open until filled.
Institute for People, Place, and Possibility
Institute for People, Place, and Possibility (IP3) is a nonprofit organization working to create healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities. Through years of experience, the IP3 team has found that the best way to support thriving people and places is by sharing what works, what doesn't, and where communities should be headed next. Our work—both as the life force behind Community Commons and through our offering of web-based data solutions—is founded on a commitment to improving community and population health. We provide strategy, knowledge, and know-how surrounding data, rooted in our deep passion for community partnerships.