Project Code: STATE-DEU-163
|Project Title||Develop visual content for American Spaces & EducationUSA Germany network|
|Project Summary||Create engaging - primarily visual - content for web, social media and print to inspire young people in Germany to come study in the United States and use resources in our American Spaces|
|Country/Region of Focus||United States|
|Agency||Department of State|
|Number of Interns||1|
As a network, EducationUSA Germany has a Facebook account (FB: EducationUSAGermany), and will soon move to a mobile-friendly website coordinated through staff at the Public Affairs section at the U.S. Embassy. EducationUSA advising centers in Germany are part of the German-American Institutes/American Spaces which have their own web & social media. Intern would be working with Public Affairs staffer to produce factual content for these web & social media channels and revamp text-heavy information sheets/handouts. We want to tie (animated?!) images together to explain & promote concepts & resources with far less text. Think Canva & Prezi. Or, maybe you have an exciting tool you can recommend to us. Occasional opportunities for direct interaction with German students may arise - depending on center programming & your own interest. Not sure about your level of German? Our requirement is somewhat flexible, so don't hesitate to apply. Wir freuen uns schon auf die Zusammenarbeit!
EducationUSA Advising Centers actively promote U.S. higher education around the world by offering accurate, comprehensive, and current information about educational institutions in the United States and guidance to qualified individuals on how best to access those opportunities. Millions of prospective students learn about U.S. study opportunities through EducationUSA centers around the world each year. EducationUSA network in Germany is comprised of 7 standard & 2 smaller reference centers. Germany sent approx 10,000 students to the U.S. last year.
German-American cultural institutes/American Spaces bring people together to exchange ideas of interest and concern on both sides of the Atlantic.The centers organize and co-sponsor conferences, lectures, panel discussions, readings by American authors, poetry slams, concerts, film showings, photography exhibits, and much, much more.