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SCOOP PR Internship 2012

category dublin | arts and media | other press author Wednesday September 05, 2012 13:15author by Claudia SCOOP - The SCOOP Foundationauthor email claudia at thescoopfoundation dot com Report this post to the editors

Attention graduates!

SCOOP are recruiting again and we're looking for a bright and enthusiastic graduate to work as our PR Intern on a six month placement.

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The SCOOP, an innovative, creative and talented young non-profit based in Dublin, building schools in the poorest parts of Cambodia and India, wish to work with a PR Intern in the hope of creating a working relationship that will see the organisation grow in the public eye. We also have a vault of event and campaign ideas, unlike any other charity or similar organisation, which we feel anyone with PR experience would love to work with.

Two of the bigger fundraiser events coming up this year are the annual SCOOP Art Auction taking place on October 14th and our Better Than Socks event in December. This intern will be on a six month placement working along side the SCOOP's main operators and design team. They will also be given guidance and support from PR professionals. Another big project will be helping to tie in our new partner organisation United Speech who will be working to recruit and support volunteers who work and teach at our schools in India and Cambodia.

We can guarantee your working day will be fun and instrumental to our cause!

To find out more about the SCOOP check out our new website and keep up to date with us on facebook!

www.thescoopfoundation.com

https://www.facebook.com/scoopcharity

If this sounds like something you might be interested in contact claudia@thescoopfoundation.com with your CV and a brief description of yourself and what you can bring to SCOOP.

Related Link: http://www.thescoopfoundation.com

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