The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice in the Lewis Katz School of Medicine at Temple University is seeking partners in the #RealCollege movement who are passionate about addressing structural inequality and racial disparities and committed to joining a team that gets into what John Lewis called “good trouble” on a regular basis.
It is an exciting, rewarding, and challenging time to work with The Hope Center on creating significant social change. We seek teammates who are committed to our mission, committed to creating and sustaining a diverse, equitable, and inclusive work environment, and who are capable and comfortable with working effectively in a fast-paced environment.
Manager of Marketing
Summary of Position
The manager will report to the Director of Communications to support The Hope Center with strong writing skills to advance and grow our communications approach ensuring that we promote a comprehensive understanding of the research, practice and policy around basic needs insecurity among students in colleges. The position will involve a mix of copyediting and writing related to our research and policy analysis as well as designing marketing materials and campaigns around our various initiatives.
Temple Salary Grade: T26
Accepting applications until: TBD!
Summer Internships – Applications Opening Soon!
The Hope Center for College, Community, and Justice is offering a paid summer internship program for #RealCollege students. Participants will develop their leadership skills, experience how to place action into practice, and gain relevant hands-on experience. Interns will be assigned across our action research center that is redefining what it means to be a student-ready college with a national movement centering #RealCollege students’ basic needs. Our researchers, practitioners, policy analysts, and communications professionals blend evaluation expertise with real-world experience. Interns will be paid and they will participate in scheduled activities, including sessions with senior leaders, volunteer opportunities, professional development, and project-based learning. The internship will be offered June 2 – August 13 (10 weeks) for approximately 20-30 hours each week.