|Project Title||Storytelling & Marketing for the Fulbright Program|
|Project Summary||The Office of Academic Exchange Programs in the Bureau of Educational and Cultural Affairs (ECA/A/E) seeks one or two eInterns to support communications and outreach initiatives for the Fulbright Program.|
|Agency||Department of State|
|Number of Interns||3|
In 2016, the Fulbright Program is celebrating its 70th anniversary. The Fulbright Program fosters mutual understanding between the people of the United States and the people of other countries, impacting local communities and the world through innovative and inclusive educational opportunities for current and future leaders. With more than 370,000 alumni, there are many amazing stories of Fulbrighters to share. eInterns will assist in creating recruitment and marketing materials that tell the story of the Fulbright Program’s past seven decades and highlight the achievements of Fulbrighters around the world.
eInterns will be responsible for developing engaging graphics that highlight fast facts and information about the Fulbright Program. They will also be charged with developing data visualization campaigns that highlight the growth and success of the Fulbright Program in all world regions.
In addition, eInterns will help catalogue and populate the Fulbright Source, a digital asset management system used by Fulbright program staff around the world. The Fulbright Source gives staff ready access to store and use photos, videos, and other program-wide resources such as one-page informational fliers, brochures, press kits, logos and annual reports. eInterns will work with ECA/A/E and its implementing partner organizations to build a catalogue of existing open-source platforms (e.g., social media channels, websites) of Fulbright Commissions and Fulbright Program properties and to archive digital assets (e.g., photos, articles) from those platforms in the Fulbright Source.
-Graphic design experience
-Access to graphic design software
-Data visualization experience
-Capable of working independently
-Public relations, marketing, communications major preferred
-Experience with digital asset management systems preferred