Contact: Gretchen Zalkind
Keywords: alternative currency, community capacity, local currency, sustainable communities, economic justice, service exchange, volunteerism, permaculture, social capital, social media, marketing, communications, community assets
Descriptions: - Provide media relations support; liaise with local and national media; support web-based and print communications - Serve as lead technical and creative writer; information resource to the general public and internal and external audiences; assist with coordinating marketing including publicity, advertising, and development of collateral materials
Final Product Special Instructions:Expected outcome is the increased awareness of NOLATB, expanded outreach, and improved communication with our target audiences, including non-digital outreach.
This service activity is availble for Service learning students Intern students Volunteers.
Evaluations/surveys will be requested by community partner to be completed by students.
Evaluations for improving the internship experience at NOLA TimeBank Students allowed to take pictures or video.
Specific Policies: Members' private information will be respected
Availability Requirements:Thursdays and occastional Saturdays
Minimum Service Hours per month: 16
Minimum Positions: 1
Our office is at 3929 Fourth St in Broadmoor. Occasional events at Freret Neighborhood Center and Rosa Keller Library Community Center.
Transportation options:Public Transportation less than 45 ride from Tulane
good to have vehicle
15-20 minute bicycle ride from Tulane
Carpool rides may be available
Check-in at the site: say "hello"
Students track their hours at site: hours are tracked on a shared worksheet in Google Docs
Students will work unsupervised:If the student is comfortable with this
Dinner with final presentation to leadership team
Tulane University, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5000 email@example.com