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Are you a passionate person who wants a job that makes a difference in the world? Do you have creative skills and talents that connect with and inspire people? Do you want a job that involves going to a chill workspace every day to collaborate with some of the most passionate, fun, and genuine people you’ve ever met? Perfect. We are always on the lookout for talented individuals who can help us take this worldwide movement to the next level.

INTERNSHIPS

Fight the New Drug is a non-religious, non-legislative, nonprofit organization that exists to provide individuals the opportunity to make an informed decision regarding pornography. We do this by raising awareness on its harmful effects using only science, facts, and personal accounts. We believe that interns are a valuable part of our FTND team and family, and play a crucial role in the success of organization. Our goal for all those interning with Fight the New Drug is furthering the movement and helping us accomplish our goal of spreading awareness on the harmful effects of pornography, while gaining invaluable experience in the process.

Seasons

FTND brings in new teams of interns three times a year (Fall, Spring, Summer) and these trimesters will coincide with the academic calendars of educational institutions. Internships will be a maximum length of 4 months, however, they can be shorter depending on the season and the needs of Fight the New Drug at the time.

Compensation

We are happy to be able to provide internships for financial compensation and/or school credit. Compensation is based on skill set and experience. These are part-time positions (20 hours max./weekly), in house positions at our main office. Interns must be located in the area or willing to relocate for the duration of the internship. Housing will not be provided by FTND.

General Info

Prior to the beginning of each internship, a weekly schedule will be set and agreed upon and will remain consistent for the entire duration of the internship. Interns will be expected to be in the Fight the New Drug main office in Salt Lake City during the scheduled hours of each shift.

We are currently accepting intern applications for:

GRAPHIC DESIGN
Spring & Summer 2017

FTND is looking for stellar graphic designers who understand responsive web design and the power of dynamic visual design to assist our design team in pushing the movement forward.

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VIDEOGRAPHY
Spring & Summer 2017

We are seeking a driven aspiring filmmaker with experience in storytelling to help our creative team make powerful shorts and promos to bring about positive change.

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SOCIAL MEDIA
Spring & Summer 2017

Our team is looking for a social media guru that knows the in’s and out’s of Facebook, Instagram and Hootsuite to lend a hand to our social media team and help maximize FTND’s reach

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APP CAMPAIGNS
Spring & Summer 2017

We have openings for a responsible, organized individual with excellent writing skills to help lead the charge through building compelling campaigns for our new Fighter App.

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FULL-TIME OPENINGS

Director of Social Media

The Director of Social Media is a valuable and critical role within Fight the New Drug. As an awareness-raising organization, our mission is to educate on the harmful effects of pornography, and the only way we can do that is by mobilizing this movement. Our social media is crucial to spreading this message and continuing to build a global community of Fighters. It is preferred that this individual has a vast knowledge of social media platforms, as well as experience in creating and executing social media strategies. It is also preferred that this individual is a comfortable and confident writer.

If this sounds like you:

  1. Complete this survey.
  2. Email a resume and any other information you feel is pertinent to us at [email protected].
Fight the New Drug is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we do not discriminate against applicants due to race, ethnicity, gender, veteran status, or on the basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class. All applicants applying for U.S. job openings must be authorized to work in the United States.