Need Storytellers @ Residence

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Social Enablers is an Incubated — Funded New Media platform for the global exchange of ideas and stories of social innovations and entrepreneurship. Our journalists and technologists utilize storytelling skills to promote socially benefiting business models and ideas happening around the world, and thereby motivate people to get inspired by the impact created by those activities. At Social Enablers, we believe in using journalism for the greater good of the society and promote humanity.

We are looking for Interns to help our research and communications team.

Discover new ways of conveying what social innovations all about

Storytellers @ Residence

Start date: now

Location: Interns Residence/Country

Position type: Internship, 3 months

Salary: Certificate + Recommendation Letter + Pay per article

What you would CHANGE:

You know how to bring a story to life. This is your opportunity to try your hand at a variety of formats, including blogging, social media, photography and perhaps even film. Have an idea for a new blog section about social business? Go for it! A small video about a young entrepreneur in West Africa? Great! With guidance from our communications team, you can come up with your own projects while receiving expert feedback — and plenty of inspiration to boot!

Your profile:

-Recent graduate/Final year student, a talented writer and/or photographer

-The desire to take your story-telling skills to the next level

-Ideally : Strong editing skills

-An Interest in the world of social entrepreneurship/good business/startups/NGO’s

-A desire to connect with people from all kinds of cultural professional and linguistic backgrounds.

-Lots of Curiosity.

That’s in it for you:

This is your opportunity to join vibrant international team of Innovators with flat hierarchies and an international network of Change makers and renowned experts.

Contact us : se@socialenablers.co

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