Austin Creative Reuse is Hiring an Intern!

Austin Creative Reuse is Hiring an Intern!

Do you have a passion for art, reuse or the environment? Do you want to learn more about start-ups and how to create a business?

About the Internship

Austin Creative Reuse (ACR) is seeking interns to work 15-20 hours per week.

We are looking for students who are ready to use their creativity, innovation, enthusiasm and skills to help move ACR forward.

This is an unpaid internship but can count towards school credit and is a great resume builder and opportunity to gain valuable experience.

You’ll have the chance to see what it takes for a non-profit organization to go from an idea on paper to a sustainable community organization.

We offer super-flexible hours seven days a week. You will work remotely most of the time, but must be located in the Austin area. We’ll have regular in-person meetings to check in and offer help and guidance where needed.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Assist with the opening of a retail location.
  • Support Reuse Alliance ReuseConex 2014 conference setup
  • Coordinate a marketing brand development project.
  • Coordinate an online giving campaign.
  • Coordinate collection of materials for ACR.
  • Attend events hosted by ACR that build awareness in the community.
  • Create internal and external communications that excite audiences about ACR

Skills:

  • Well-organized and detail-oriented.
  • Strong written, oral, and visual communication skills.
  • Able to work both independently and as part of a team.
  • Familiarity working with Google Drive, Trello or other task management tools.

Requirements:

You must have access to a computer and the Internet.

About Austin Creative Reuse

Austin Creative Reuse is a nonprofit organization that collects, sells, and distributes donated reusable materials. We’re giving materials a second life! We are currently working towards opening a public community and retail space.

How to apply

Email your cover letter and resume to Rebecca@austincreativereuse.org

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