Location: Inland Empire, California
The Nigerian-American Public Affairs Committee (NAPAC) is looking for a hard-working, independent and dedicated individual to serve as its Research/Administrative Intern.
The Research/Administrative Intern is a paid position that will provide an individual with hands-on experience and learning. Intern will work directly with the NAPAC executive management and assist with NAPAC website maintenance, content development and other duties. Experience with social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter, as well Wild Apricot website software preferred but not required (training will be provided).
Duties would include:
- - Research local and national stories and issues relevant to the Nigerian American community (ie. Obama 2012 re-election campaign, Nigerian-American politicians).
- - Biweekly reports with NAPAC Website Supervisor and/or NAPAC President.
- - Website content updates (at least 1-2 posts a month).
- - Maintenance of social media accounts (ie. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIN, etc.).
- - Demonstrate strong writing skills.
- - Perform a number of office administrative duties that would include note taking, prepare memos/reports, refer messages, and maintain filing system.
- - Please submit your resume by October 31 via email to Ed E-Nunu (email@example.com) with SUBJECT: Research/Administrative Internship
- - 20 hours/week for 3 months (internship length can be extended, if desired)
Undergraduate applicants may be eligible to receive college/internship credit if permitted by their university/college.
Nigerian-American Public Affairs Committee (NAPAC) is a political action group created to form a united front for Nigerian-Americans in the United States to participate in the political process of the United States. NAPAC impacts policies and public offices in the best interests of Nigerian-Americans in the United States and Nigeria. NAPAC is a non-partisan political action committee (PAC) which has no political or corporate affiliation. Membership is open to individuals eligible to vote in U.S. elections.