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Social Media Internship

Internship Description

Forward-thinking and fast-paced nonprofit organization, looking to recruit interns with strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including various social media platforms. 


Floyd Rights is a nonprofit organization located in Boulder Colorado, that is fully dedicated to achieve a human-Rights-First policing framework that promotes human dignity and the sanctity of life, while, at the same time, transforming police behavior. The mission is to effectuate substantive legal change at the federal, state and municipal levels through scholarship, research and legislative lobbying efforts.  We believe that Police officers have a job to do, which must include protecting each of us in a manner that respects our dignity as fellow human beings.  


The intern recruited for this position will need strong critical thinking skills to integrate into our vibrant and passionate team, who are very excited to share the social media campaign launch with an intern to gain extensive online experience.



  • Monitor and post on blogs, forums, and social networks

  • Assist with online outreach and promotion using Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and more

  • Optimize website and social media

  • Perform keyword analysis

  • Perform cost/benefit analysis

  • Provide suggestions to management for improving customer experience on social platforms and internal processes



  • Marketing/Business or Language major

  • 2 to 3 years of experience with the Internet and social media platforms

  • Solid understanding of youth markets

  • Energetic and creative

  • Hard-working and team-oriented



  • Practical experience with a website launch and social media campaigns

  • Shadowing, mentoring, and training opportunities with experienced, knowledgeable professionals

  • Opportunity to participate in networking events and: Floyd Rights" meetings

  • Flexible schedule for students


Hours Required


Students can get involved at various commitment levels depending on their interest and availability, including: 


Five Hours: Students looking to fulfill their community service requirements can volunteer for one or two shifts to hit their volunteer hours for the semester. We will teach you the basics of the campaign, the issues we're running on, and how to talk with constituents. 


Five to Twenty Hours: Students looking to get more involved can work with the campaign to help us reach more constituents and ensure we're victorious in getting legislation passed. We will go more in-depth on various aspects of the campaign and the issues facing police reform. 

All interested candidates should send a resume, letter of interest, and two references to The email subject should be titled “Floyd Rights Social Media Internship”.

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