The Gender and Education Association (GEA) is currently recruiting for two paid internships:
- GEA Social Media Internship
- GEA Virtual Events Internship
GEA Social Media Internship
You will be working with the Gender and Education Association as a feminist charity and member association to enhance visibility of GEA activities through the website, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.
Download the full GEA Social Media Internship description for details
GEA Virtual Events Internship
You will be working with the Gender and Education Association as a feminist charity and member association to ensure the smooth running of the virtual seminar series.
Download the full GEA Virtual Events Internship description for details
Terms and Conditions
Each internship will cover up to 10 hours per month at £15 per hour for an initial 6 months. You will liaise with GEA Co-chair Dr Jessica Gagnon. You will produce a brief half page report and invoice for the billable hours and send to GEA Treasurer Dr Kate Hoskins to be paid monthly.
Who Should Apply
We welcome applications from feminists from anywhere in the world. Preference will be given to applicants who are currently or have previously been active GEA members and/or are currently or have been active members in organisations that GEA often partners with or have a similar feminist ethos as GEA (such as #FEAS or FSA). Active membership can include, but isn’t limited to, attending or presenting at events/conferences (virtual or in person), engaging in GEA’s online community, writing for GEA’s blog.
Submit a CV and brief covering letter (one page) detailing your interest in the internship and the skills you have that make you suited to the responsibilities of the post to GenderAndEd@gmail.com by Monday 14 June 2021
If you would like to apply for both internships, please submit an individual covering letter for each post.
The Gender and Education Association (GEA) is a volunteer-led international intersectional feminist charity. Since 1997, our community of educators, researchers, activists, leaders, artists, and more have been working to challenge and eradicate gender stereotyping, sexism, and gender inequality within and through education. UK charity number: 1159145