Nearly every spring, summer, and fall NAS offers two or more paid internships. Through these internships, NAS staff train and mentor college students and recent graduates (and occasionally high school students). Interns are given responsibilities comparable to those of staff members, and they have opportunities to engage with our mission by writing articles for NAS, speaking with NAS faculty members, and representing NAS publicly at our events. Internships are one of the means by which NAS educates the next generation about intellectual freedom and reasoned debate. Applications are open year-round.
Current NAS Opportunities:
Administrative and Events Assistant
President, & Director of Development
- Oversee and manage the planning and logistics for conferences and events across the U.S.
- Identify and correspond with vendors for events
- Identify event spaces fr potential NAS events
- Work with NAS staff to invite speakers, attendees, press, and sponsors for events
- Schedule calls and meetings
- Assisting with the drafting and editing f letters and articles
- Organizing physical news clippings
- Collaborate with NAS staff on projects as needed
- Desire to further NAS’s mission to improve higher education
- Highly organized
- Attentive to detail
- Familiar with event planning and logistics
- Professional in correspondence
- Takes initiative
- Strong writing and editing ability
- Proficient in Microsoft Office programs
Salary and hours
- 40 hours per week
- The position will pay in the $40,000 range, with competitive benefits and insurance.
- This position is for a one year term, from January 2020 through December 2020. There is a possibility for the position to become permanent, dependent on NAS’s needs.
Applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, and two professional references to Chris Kendall at [email protected].
Current Career and Internship Opportunities From Other Organizations:
Associate Professor or Full Professor Department Chair, Communications Studies. Download the full announcement here.