Membership Programs Intern

Purpose of the Role
The Membership Programs Intern supports the planning and implementation of Global Ties U.S. professional development programming designed for our members. This includes webinars, online courses, Network-wide calls, our signature Network DC program, annual National Meeting, and Diplomacy Begins Here Regional Summits.

This internship is geared toward candidates seeking a career in instructional design or educational program management, specifically within the nonprofit or international exchanges field. The ideal candidate should possess relevant experience, be meticulous in their attention to detail, and be comfortable using (or learning to use) various learning management systems (LMS), virtual meeting platforms, databases, and website content management systems (e.g. WordPress).

Global Ties U.S. is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We value diversity in experience, background, and perspective, and encourage applicants of diverse or unique perspectives to apply to our internships. Applicants should feel free to identify their unique talents, strengths and experiences in this area. Read more about our commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion here.

Core Responsibilities
Assisting with online training content creation
Writing and editing digital marketing and program materials
Maintaining membership contact information
Customer service to members

Interest in customer service and direct membership support
Experience in tutoring, teaching, or training is preferred
Interest in online course development assistance (e.g. test courses, line edit scripts, develop quizzes/activities)
Strong writing, editing, communication, and organizational skills
Experience with MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and virtual meeting software (e.g. Zoom Webinars)
Experience in other platforms such as Articulate 360, Bridge LMS, Salesforce, and WordPress are a plus
Background and interest in public diplomacy, nonprofit management, and leadership, or international education and exchange preferred

Learning opportunities to engage with the U.S. Department of State and other international exchange partners.
Mentorship from Global Ties U.S. staff
$3,000 stipend
Academic credit and ability to meet other academic program requests
Well-rounded experience in all aspects of project and grants implementation


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