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313Reads Internships

Do you want to join the 313Reads team this summer? We’re hosting three internships this year with multiple positions for each! We will be seeking applicants until all three positions have at least one intern.

  1. Social Media Coordination and Strategy Internship
    • Develop social media campaigns that align with the 313Reads Strategic Plan
    • Create and implement social media planning calendar
    • Analyze and present 313Reads social media metrics to contribute to the social media strategy
    • Develop separate Facebook and Twitter strategies
    • View full posting here!
  2. Early Language and Literacy Research Internship
    • Locating, reviewing, summarizing, and synthesizing evidence-based research on early language and
      literacy development and instruction
    • Use online research databases to search and access evidence-based research; active access to university
      library digital databases required
    • Read original research articles– both qualitative and quantitative
    • Write about research in ways that make it accessible to a broad audience of community stakeholders
    • View full posting here!
  3. Literacy Equity and Justice Research Internship
    • Locating, reviewing, summarizing, and synthesizing evidence-based research on culturally sustaining
      literacy practices, and the intersect of literacy, access, equity, and justice.
    • Use online research databases to search and access evidence-based research; active access to university
      library digital databases required.
    • Read original research articles– both qualitative and quantitative
    • Write about research in ways that make it accessible to a broad audience of community stakeholders.
    • View full listing here!

 

How to apply: Because we are committed to access, equity, and justice, we strongly encourage native Detroiters and those
identifying with historically marginalized groups to apply. Contact 313Reads@brilliantdetroit.org with your
resume, a brief statement of interest, and a writing sample showing that you have accessed, synthesized, and
summarized research. We look forward to hearing from you!