|Project Title||Spanish-Speaking Virtual Talks Manager: Climate Change and Community Service|
|Project Summary||This project is for the U.S. Embassy in Argentina's Cultural Section. We're looking for a creative, dynamic student of environmental science or a related discipline to plan and implement two 4-month series of virtual talks for youth audiences related to climate change and community service.|
|Agency||Department of State|
|Number of Interns||1|
Help us increase our outreach to the Argentine public about important topics! You will:
- Develop a virtual outreach plan including creating a schedule of virtual presentations related to climate change / environment (September, October, November, December) and community service (February, March, April, May). Find an appropriate online platform (such as Google Hangout) and presentation style to engage young audiences.
- Identify experts: Find U.S. experts at your university, city or elsewhere to serve as speakers in Spanish about these topics, and coordinate their participation.
- Act as a virtual coordinator between the U.S. expert, the Embassy and (as needed) Argentine audiences.
- During the events, moderate, filter questions from the audience, and maintain the flow of the presentation. Occasionally, you may also introduce the speakers.
- Draft social media posts to spread the word about the virtual presentations for use on the Embassy's Facebook and twitter accounts.
To learn more about what we do in the Cultural Section, please see: