Advocacy Knowledge Management Internship Spring 2021 at CARE International: (Deadline 15 February 2021)
CARE calls for Advocacy Knowledge Management Internship Spring 2021 in Washington DC, United States of America. The intern will work with the Knowledge Management Specialist and other colleagues to improve data collection, analysis, storage, and communication. They will design tools using Excel, Powerpoint, and other software to communicate advocacy results in a user-friendly and understandable way.
Audio, video, and graphic content will present results to CARE staff, supporters, and policy-makers. By the end of the internship, CARE will have improved data systems for global advocacy, and the results of this advocacy will be better communicated to multiple audiences outside CARE.
Candidates on Advocacy Knowledge Management Internship Spring 2021 at CARE will perform the following duties
- Compilation of a monthly advocacy dashboard and other data visualizations.
- Draft advocacy success stories based on inputs from the country and regional offices.
- Co-write one or more blogs about advocacy learning.
- Maintain and add to advocacy content on CARE’s internal knowledge management platform, CARE Shares.
- English verbal and written communication skills; French, Spanish, or Arabic desired.
- Knowledge of statistical software and social media platforms is desirable but not required.
- Familiarity with quantitative and qualitative data analysis; use of the internet and social media for public communication.
- Experience translating data into user-friendly communication materials, including infographics and visually appealing documents.
CARE (Cooperative for Assistance and Relief Everywhere, formerly Cooperative for American Remittances to Europe) is a major international humanitarian agency delivering emergency relief and long-term international development projects. It is one of the largest and oldest humanitarian aid organizations focused on fighting global poverty. CARE International is a confederation of fourteen CARE National Members, each of which is registered as an autonomous non-profit non-governmental organization in the country and four affiliate members.