Position Summary Women are on the cusp of becoming the most powerful force in America. But to fundamentally transform this country, we need to pull together the millions of women who are already engaged and amplify and expand their civic participation. Supermajority Education Fund is a new effort to build women’s power across the country by training and mobilizing a multiracial, intergenerational community who will lead the fight for gender equity. We will provide women with the tools, resources, and knowledge they need to channel the energy and activism of this moment and build it into a long-term movement for change.

Our goal is to engage millions of women and others who share common values on the need to achieve gender equity. Supermajority Education Fund will provide the training and community-building to help people both stay engaged and also increase their skills and confidence as advocates and grassroots organizers. We seek to build a national cohort of leaders that is multiracial and intergenerational, representing the diversity of our country, who learn from us and from each other about the powerful possibility of women. Through ongoing exposure to leaders, community efforts and issue education, we will create a united force across America that can work together to create the will to make substantive progress on issues that affect millions of women – from reproductive equity to affordable child care to equal pay. Supermajority Education Fund was created out of the belief that women know how to solve these problems but we need a trained, organized and united national movement in order to make real lasting change.

Supermajority Education Fund is recruiting for our internship program. Reporting to the Social Media Manager, the Social Media Intern will provide support to the Communications team.

The successful candidate must have the following skills and qualities:

  • An ongoing desire to stay up-to-date with social media platforms, emerging news/content trends and hashtags
  • Interest and knowledge of pop-culture and feminist communities online and is excited about ways to creatively engage young women and women of color with audience-first content that speaks to our lives and journey
  • Ability to multitask and think creatively about how to get as many eyes (both new and current audience) as possible on Supermajority Ed Fund’s content
  • Working for racial equity: Willingness to integrate an understanding of key racial equity concepts into work projects and interactions by addressing structural implications and disproportionate impacts of policies, activities, and decisions on race, class and other group identities within the context of job responsibilities and projects.
  • Knowledge of digital content creation with the ability to create relevant and engaging content using social media applications such as Instagram, Twitter, and TikTok
  • Ability to research and collect relevant stories to be shared with the Supermajority audience on all platforms daily

Supermajority Program Overview
Supermajority is eager to introduce new and developing leaders, with a commitment to advancing women’s equity, into our organization. We are looking for individuals with a commitment or interest in advancing women’s equity and making sure those most impacted, particularly women of color, are at the center of decision making. If you’ve demonstrated some sort of work in the community, leadership, interest, enthusiasm, or work in marginalized spaces or communities and are excited about our mission, we’d love to hear from you!

Compensation

  • The salary for this position is $15/hour.
  • Interns are required to work no more than 20 hours per week.

How to Apply Please submit a resume and submit answers to the prompts provided via the link above. Applications will be reviewed as they come in.

Application Questions
Please answer the three questions below. Each answer should be 250 words maximum.

  1. How do your goals and values match the work and mission of Supermajority?
  2. Supermajority’s staff is diverse across many different identities-- race, gender, sexual orientation, background, etc.
    1. What comes to mind when thinking about working across difference?
    2. What skills, practices and perspectives might allow you to thrive in a diverse workplace?
    3. How does your own identity inform how you work and collaborate across difference?
  3. Describe a time when you had to stay on top of a large volume of work while managing competing priorities.  How did you stay organized and make sure you didn’t drop the ball on anything?  Did working while you were over-capacity impact the outcome of the work?

New Venture Fund Careers Supermajority Education Fund is a project of the New Venture Fund, a 501(c)(3) public charity that incubates new and innovative public-interest projects and grant-making programs. The New Venture Fund is committed to attracting, developing and retaining exceptional people, and to creating a work environment that is dynamic, rewarding and enables each of us to realize our potential. The New Venture Fund's work environment is safe and open to all employees and partners, respecting the full spectrum of race, color, religious creed, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, political affiliation, ancestry, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, and all other classifications protected by law in the locality and/or state in which you are working.

Super Majority Education Fund collaborates and shares resources with Sixteen Thirty Fund’s Supermajority project.

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