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ScoutComms Fall 2016 Internship – Advocate for Veterans & Military Families

ScoutComms, the nation’s leading communications, advocacy, and philanthropic strategy firm providing services that support veterans and military families, seeks one motivated, hard-working student interns for the fall semester. The interns will provide support to Fortune 500 companies, veteran-owned businesses and veteran-focused non-profits.

ScoutComms interns provide support to staff by conducting media and issue research, media and stakeholder outreach, project and event support, report creation, and other company tasks

Ideal candidates have outstanding written and oral communications skills, an interest in veteran and military family causes, and strong academic, technology and research skills. Student veterans, military family members and those with a communications or journalism background are encouraged to apply. Experience in public relations, digital media, design or marketing is a plus. 11807565_948221311867264_6843139802136356653_o

For these tasks, interns are paid a monthly stipend and receive a grant from the ScoutComms Intern Education Fund towards unfunded educational expenses.

ScoutComms is a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business and a Certified B Corp that works to create greater awareness of veterans’ needs and expand their access to resources promoting their economic, physical, and mental well-being.
To apply: Email a resume, cover letter, and two short writing samples to Vice President Brian Wagner at with the subject “ScoutComms Fall 2016 Internship.”

Timeframe: Fall internships generally start in mid-to-late August and run through early December.

Internship location: Fredericksburg, VA, with limited local travel to support client projects


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