Communications Intern Job Description

Equality Florida’s Communications Department aims to support other departments while maintaining consistency in strategy and branding and maximizing the impact and reach of messaging. The Communications Department is responsible for statewide and local eBlasts, social media, analytics and reporting, online and print materials, branding, and strategic support.

Supporting the Communications Department:

The intern will work closely with the Communications Director and Communications Manager to learn best practices in non-profit communications with an emphasis on social media management. This is a remote position and the communications intern will be required to work up to 10 hours per week and may be asked to assist in-person at special events.


  • Help manage Equality Florida’s social media networks (including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Snapchat)
  • Keep track of social media metrics and learn about analytical reporting
  • Help develop and implement digital engagement strategies
  • Proof online and print materials
  • Participate in Equality Florida’s 2021 Virtual Lobby Days and help provide digital engagement support
  • Provide support for operations/database team as needed

Successful interns should:

  • Be present on and have practical knowledge using social media platforms (including Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Snapchat)
  • Have the ability to work in a fast ­paced, dynamic work environment
  • Have strong writing skills (writing sample required)
  • Be organized with proven attention to detail
  • Have experience working with Google Docs

Location: Statewide/Remote

Commitment: 10 hours a week per semester

Pay: $15/hour for the semester

How to ApplyClick here to apply, select Communications, and submit a current resume and cover letter.