The communications assistant will work closely with the Vice President of Public Policy and Communications and the Policy and Communications Associate to implement Woodstock Institute’s communications plan, adapt Woodstock’s content for web and email campaigns, and develop new web content. The communications assistant will ensure that Woodstock’s style guide is applied consistently across all external communications; evaluate, track, and report usage of the website and other communication channels; and assist in implementing new solutions as necessary. Preference will be given to currently enrolled students in communications, public affairs, graphic design, or related field. Recent graduates or other candidates interested in part-time employment will also be considered.


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How to Apply


Send cover letter, resume, two examples of recent work, two references, and salary history to Patricia Woods-Hessing at by no later than 5:00pm on September 7. No phone calls, please.