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Communications and Media Intern

Red Sweater Project
Job Description

Communications and Media Intern

Red Sweater Project collaborates with developing communities in the creation of affordable, accessible and

innovative educational opportunities for children in rural Tanzania. The organization operates the Mungere School

near the town of Mto wa Mbu in the northern Arusha Region.


Working with Red Sweater Project’s Development Team, the Communications & Media Intern will assist in telling

the story of Red Sweater Project and the Mungere School through the lens of a local presence in Tanzania. Being

the eyes and ears on the ground, the position plays a critical role in breathing life into the stories and success of

this successful development project.

The position’s main focus is content and story generation, creating and managing a body of content to be

effectively leveraged and shared to our growing network of supporters using multiple social media platforms

including e-newsletters and website material. This position is best suited for an outgoing personality; a candidate

who will get to closely know students, staff, volunteers and local community members.


  • Develop and create focus stories relating to individual students, teachers, staff, program partners, local

families, volunteers, etc.

  • Capture and organize photographs and video content of all organizational-related activities, people and


  • Manage organization newsfeeds, including content submissions and updates
  • Track program progress in written format to be shared through general communications activities
  • Assist with preparation and editing of organizational publications
  • Draft press releases as necessary
  • Serve as school campus visitor liaison


  • 2 years minimum work experience with demonstrated passion for

communications and story-telling

  • Communications field experience
  • Experience traveling, working and/or teaching abroad
  • Passion for working with youth
  • Organization and attention to detail
  • Flexibility to work individually and as part of a diverse team
  • Professionalism and excellent communication skills
  • Interest in East Africa’s indigenous cultures and traditions
  • Ability to live in a developing community
  • Humility. We require individuals joining our growing organization combine

leadership skills with humor, patience and a humble approach to service

Other Details

  • Minimum 3-month commitment
  • Shared housing available
  • Stipend available depending on experience
  • Professional and cultural orientation program (language training options available)
  • We do not charge program fees; Volunteers are responsible for their own travel and living costs

To Apply

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