Marketing and Social Media Intern

YIP is working on creating a social media presence on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Linkedin. We are seeking interns who can help with content creation and rollout strategy.


We want fun, interactive social accounts. As such interns may have the opportunity to become the face of one or more of our platforms. ONC is a merit based company; dedication and passion are noted and rewarded.

Interns will always receive volunteer hours and possibly networking opportunities dependent on the department. Good communication and regular meeting attendance are crucial for success.

Number of positions available: 15


Strong research and writing skills are required. Good communication and speaking skills are also useful. YIP is a multimedia nonprofit (501c3) so a variety of skills is encouraged. Be prepared to wow us in your interview. PLEASE LET US KNOW IN YOUR APPLICATION WHICH SOCIAL MEDIA YOU'RE GOOD WITH.

Marketing and Social Media Intern
role type
Virtual Internship (Ongoing)
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Frequently Asked Questions

What is YIP?

YIP stands for "Institute for Youth in Policy". The Institute for Youth in Policy conducts and communicates independent, high-quality research to improve nonpartisan education policy and practice. Working with policymakers, researchers, educators, community groups, and others, the Institute seeks to advance evidence-based policies that support empowering and equitable learning for each and every teen. Nonprofit and nonpartisan, the Institute connects policymakers and stakeholders at the local, state, and federal levels with the evidence, ideas, and actions needed to strengthen the education system from preschool through college and career readiness.

What does a typical day at YIP look like?

YIP's current operations are conducted entirely remotely, with a diverse team spanning over 7 time zones. We use 21st century tools like Slack to keep all team members in the loop about what's going on at any given time. All meetings are held virtually as of July 2021; however, we plan to expand our Chapters into schools across the country in hybrid and in-person models, adhering to CDC guidelines.

With regards to leadership structure, our operations are divided into four main "departments": Publishing, Programming, Networks, and Strategic Innovations; each team has a director and most departments have sub-departments. There are also smaller teams that handle our internal affairs: HR, Legal, Tech, and Finance. We are governed by a Board of Directors and meet with members of our Advisory Board on a monthly basis.