ABA ROLI’s WAGE Program requires an unpaid intern to support the WAGE Consortium’s communications and outreach efforts. Among others responsibilities, the intern:
- Supports WAGE and its programming to advance the status of women and girls across the globe.
- Creates, designs, edits, and produces outreach publications and materials.
- Monitors and updates the WAGE website, posts new publications such as newsletters, reports and surveys.
- Creates graphics and imagery for the website and updates all relevant program materials.
- With WAGE team, develops and manages content for WAGE social media.
- Assists in organizing WAGE events and promotional efforts and collaborates with other ABA ROLI sections and entities to optimize results.
- Possession of a Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university.
- Previous work experience in graphic design, media, or publications.
- At least two years of general office administrative experience.
- Previous experience with publication, HTML, and other software supporting the production of marketing and/or outreach materials.
- Previous experience producing written content for an international or domestic NGO/non-profit.
- Experience managing social media accounts.
- A track-record of planning high-impact events.
- A passion for working on women’s rights / gender issues and advancing the rule of law.
- Creativity and the ability to use storytelling to build support for our work.
About the OrganizationThe Rule of Law Initiative is a public service project of the American Bar Association dedicated to promoting legal reform efforts in over 40 countries around the world. The Rule of Law Initiative believes that rule of law promotion is the most effective long-term antidote to the most pressing problems facing the world community today, including poverty, economic stagnation, and crippling levels of corruption.
The Rule of Law Initiative concentrates its technical legal assistance efforts in the following substantive areas: 1) Anti-corruption & public integrity; 2) Criminal law & combating trafficking in persons; 3) Gender issues; 4) Human rights & conflict mitigation; 5) Judicial reform; 6) Legal education reform; and 7) Legal profession reform.
The Rule of Law Initiative enlists talented individuals who possess the skills and commitment necessary to effectively promote the rule of law in our host countries. We regularly seek experienced attorneys, judges, and law professors interested in lending their expertise to our programs for both long- and short-term pro bono assignments overseas.
For more information please visit our website at www.abarol.org.