Campaign Organizing Internship Position (Minneapolis)

My name is Jasmine Ruddy and I'm working in Minneapolis with a non-profit organization called Corporate Accountability International. This spring, we're continuing our Value [the] Meal campaign to target McDonald's negative influence on public health and targeted marketing in public schools. Coming out of the recent announcement from Abbott Northwestern Hospital to end its contract with McDonald's, we're working with parents and teachers in the community to build on that progress by ending fundraising partnerships between McDonald's and public schools in Minneapolis.

We have a few internship positions open for the spring to help us with this campaign. Would you be willing to send the internship information (below) to your class listervs? Our internship application deadline is this Sunday, January 17th.

Thanks so much, and I look forward to hearing from you!
-- Jasmine Ruddy Corporate Accountablity International Minneapolis Field Organizer (252) 725-2466

Campaign Organizing Internship Position

Corporate Accountability International Mission: Corporate Accountability International protects human rights, public health, and the environment from corporate greed and abuse around the world.


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Internship description:

The Campaign Organizing Internship is a hands-on, skills-building internship in which interns will take on significant projects to advance Corporate Accountability International’s mission in the Value [the] Meal campaign to challenge corporate abuse of our food. In Minneapolis, the campaign will focus on stopping McDonald’s targeted marketing towards children and teenagers through educational institutions. This project will be coupled with training sessions on action planning, power mapping, campaign research, media outreach, fundraising, and many other skills and topics. Interns will come away from the experience ready to apply these skills to social change they want to see in their local communities or schools.

Major Responsibilities:
· Outreach targeted constituencies to get people involved the Value [the] Meal campaign, to develop Corporate Accountability International’s core of activists;
· Recruit activists by organizing and participating in campaign actions and organizing events;
· Respond to requests for information and management of campaign materials;
· Design and layout organizing materials for different constituencies;

· Demonstrated commitment to human rights, the environment and public health;
· Highly effective written and verbal communication skills;
· Organizational skills and the ability to juggle several tasks while meeting deadlines;
· Experience in a high-energy campaign or non-profit setting preferable;
· Commitment to bringing the campaign back to your campus or community;

Duration: Spring 2015 Compensation: Unpaid, class credit available.
Application deadline: Sunday, January 17th at midnight
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