As announced last night at the first Media Network event of 2010, in support of the Media Network, Mosaic is pleased to offer a rolling programme of internships for youngsters aged 16 – 35 years old to support our media and communications work. Each internship will last between six and 12 weeks, providing successful candidates with exposure and experience of a wide range of communications and media fields. As well as support from Mosaic’s Communications Manager, interns will be provided with exciting opportunities to learn from media professionals across Mosaic’s support base.
In line with Mosaic’s objectives, the Mosaic Media Internship programme is open to young Muslims (aged 16-35) resident in the UK who are interested in pursuing a career in the media. Candidates will be expected to provide evidence of their interest in pursuing a media career and also able to demonstrate their commitment to Mosaic’s objectives.
If you are interested in this opportunity and would like to find out more, please download the word documents found at the bottom of the Media Internships pages.
When applying, you should submit the following to ku.gr1620668165o.cti1620668165b@tne1620668165mtiur1620668165cer1620668165:-
– your CV (of no more than two pages of A4);
– an expression of interest in the opportunity of no more than two pages of A4 – this must state your interest in pursuing a career in the media, evidence of your commitment to Mosaic’s objectives and why you feel this internship would be of benefit to you;
– a statement of support for your application from someone who knows you.
The first of these opportunities will be the position of Mosaic International Summit, Communications Support Officer, May – August 2010.
This role is responsible for supporting the Communications Manager in the implementation and delivery of Mosaic communications and PR activities around the International Summit. The role may also include support to the International Development Manager on wider International Summit activities and objectives.
For more information
Rosie Williams-Wynne, Communications Manager