Remote · Spring 2022
amaxa connects our users to real problems at global nonprofits. Our flagship program is the amaxa student impact program, a one-of-a-kind leadership program specifically designed for high school students. We have 11 nonprofit partners and counting, and our students are currently solving problems ranging from providing electricity to grandmothers in Uganda to creating juggling workshops for students in Palestine - & much more. Learn more about our program and problems at www.amaxaimpact.org. We are a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization in the United States.
While these roles are technically internships because they operate on a semester schedule, our interns are fully part of our team and take on a leadership role within our organization, and as such, we are not only open to, but prefer, candidates who see themselves playing a role in our organization in a longer-term, if possible. While the first semester is unpaid, if you continue with us more than one semester, the role will either become paid or we will provide a one-time stipend (this is simply dependent upon our funds moving forward).
This position is very simple: you will create video content for social media, on TikTok and Instagram Reels. You don’t need to have experience in social media: we’re looking for someone who can make fun, funny, and interesting reels, targeting high school students as the audience. This position is also open to high school students.
Create 2-3 video shorts per week
Post shorts on Instagram/TikTok with appropriate hashtags
Fit well with our brand: you have a demonstrated passion for social impact, and you care about what we’re doing
Energetic and funny - you can’t be afraid to post a ridiculous trend online!
Please send the following to firstname.lastname@example.org & email@example.com (both included on the same email, not separate emails):
In lieu of a cover letter, please create an example of a TikTok/reel using a trending sound about amaxa or the student impact program specifically.
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