Until There’s A Cure® Foundation is seeking responsible and motivated individuals to intern remotely from home. We understand that during this uncertain time the world is facing with the COVID-19 pandemic, it may be harder to find internships that offer remote positions. This is an incredible opportunity to learn and engage in cutting edge, meaningful work for a nationally renowned nonprofit AIDS organization. Our interns play a vital role in our organizational success, and can anticipate a challenging, fun, and rewarding experience.
UNTIL consists of a small staff, which will present its interns with the opportunity to develop skills in specific areas of personal interest. The interns will assist the entire team in a wide range of areas relating to graphic design, social media marketing, business development, and advocacy. Interns will obtain a meaningful understanding of how to approach the needs of those affected by HIV/AIDS.
The internships are designed to be both educational and practical. In this position, interns will learn how to take skills they have acquired in school, related to their particular areas of interest, and apply them in a professional setting. Interns have the opportunity to promote the values, products, and services offered by Until There’s A Cure®. All interns will receive internship credit for their school after the completion of the program. Please review our available remote internship opportunities and pick one that you see most fit.
Available Remote Fall 2020 Internships
Remote Social Media Marketing Internship (Middle/High School and College)
Marketing interns will focus on promotion of our products, reaching a larger and younger demographic, and expanding our customer base. You will be creating content for social media (Instagram, Facebook, Twitter) and focus on tailoring the content specifically for each social media platform. Some examples of this would be creating Instagram stories, posts that include visuals of either our message or our products, creating videos for marketing purposes, ect. We want to give our interns the opportunity to create new content for us from different perspectives. This internship requires someone who is: consistent, creative, personable, strategic, able to meet deadlines, and reliable. Previous experience with marketing is NOT required
Remote Fundraising Internship (High School/Middle School)
A Fundraising intern will focus on finding new and fun ways to raise funds and awareness through our product line. This role will entail creating greater opportunities to spread our message and introduce ways to better market and sell our products while also coming up with creative ways to fundraise and spread our organization's message. This internship requires someone who is dynamic, creative, forward-thinking, and dedicated. Previous experience with fundraising and Sales is NOT required.
Remote Graphic Design Internship (Middle/High School and College)
As a graphic design intern your main focus will be to help us with creative design that we can use for our customer base and on our website. We are always looking for new and creative ways to change our website content and design as well as our email marketing. Some tasks that you will complete in this role will be creating visually appealing email blasts for our products to our email subscriber list. You will also be helping us with website design such as graphics and layouts and creating informational animated videos to post to our Youtube and other social media platforms. While it is not required for this role, having knowledge with an editing software such as photoshop may be useful. This internship requires someone who is creative, has good time management, accurate, and pays attention to detail. Previous experience with graphic design is NOT required.
Remote Advocacy Internship (Middle School/High School)
As an Advocacy Intern you will be focusing on our sister website, How I Value Life. This website contains a lot of information about HIV/AIDS and how it intersects with social injustices (homelessness, race, LGBTQ, drug abuse, etc). You will be updating information on the website as well as looking at new topics and gathering new information that we can add. This may also include writing papers that discuss further in detail the topics listed on the website. This internship will give you the opportunity to build skills learning more in-depth about HIV/AIDS. This internship requires someone who is driven, passionate, motivated, and creative. Previous Advocacy experience is NOT required.