The Nelson A. Rockefeller Center for Public Policy and the Social Sciences

Communications

This position supports the Rockefeller Center's communications by "showing and telling" the Center’s longstanding commitment to public policy and leadership development of Dartmouth students.

Bethany Malzman

Bethany Malzman '19 Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for Communications. Photo by Sally Kim '16.

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Alexandrea Gosnell '20 Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for Communications. Photo by Faith Rotich '18.

16X Student Program Assistant

Rachel Favors '18 Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for Communications.

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Niki Bakhru '17 Rockefeller Center Student Program Assistant for Communications. Photo by Phil Son '16.

The Student Program Assistant writes for the website and manages the Center's social media sites. The position requires strong writing and copy-editing skills that incorporate marketing and outreach techniques. Proficiency with social media platforms and software applications is required and strong Excel skills are a plus. The assistant must have and exhibit a high level of professionalism, respond promptly to emails, be able to work independently, and meet deadlines.

At least a three-term commitment is expected.

Hours: 6–8 hours a week.


Schedule: Flexible but must be able to work on a daily basis to include weekends.

Supervisor: Elizabeth Celtrick

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