Paid Summer Fellowship Washington, D.C. / Berkeley, CA

As a Trilogy Interactive Summer Fellow, you will play a crucial role on our team as we manage, develop, and launch digital communications strategies for our political and nonprofit clients. Trilogy's staff will also work with you to improve your skills and understanding of political communications and online organizing.
Fellowship Details
Trilogy offers full-time (30 hours per week), paid summer fellowships at its Berkeley office, with a possibility of a position at its D.C. office. Ideal candidates will have an interest and familiarity in electoral politics and campaigning, in particular those interested in the rapidly evolving field of digital marketing.
Candidates must have strong communication and quantitative skills, strict attention to detail, a sense of curiosity, and a willingness to explore new ideas. Basic technical skills (Photoshop, HTML, CSS) are preferred but not required.
Responsibilities include:
    • Producing and performing quality assurance testing on email blasts;
    • Drafting copy for use in blast emails, social media, and online advertising programs;
    • Pulling performance metrics and preparing reports for clients;
    • Exploring and implementing new digital tools;
    • Managing and maintaining the online presence for clients, including social media profiles;
  • Building basic web graphics and web pages.
Who We Are
Trilogy Interactive is a leading digital consulting firm focused on helping progressive political causes and non-profit organizations succeed by maximizing opportunities in digital marketing, online fundraising, and online advocacy.
Clients include or have included the Senate campaigns of Patrick Leahy (VT), Chuck Schumer (NY), and Maria Cantwell (WA); gubernatorial campaigns like Jay Inslee (WA); congressional campaigns of Dean Phillips (MN-3); party organizations, such as the California Democratic Party; unions like SEIU, USW, AFSCME; non-profits including Everytown for Gun Safety, League of Conservation Voters, the Malala Fund, and the ACLU; and PACs such as Eric Garcetti's Democratic Midterm Victory Fund.
How To Apply
If you are interested, please email us your cover letter and résumé to Cover letters should address what interests you about Trilogy and why you think you would be an exceptional fit for our summer program; we strongly urge you to refrain from sending generic or "fill-in-the-blank" cover letters. Applications for Summer 2019 fellowships are due no later than Friday, March 8, 2019.
This position is available for summer at either our D.C. or Berkeley office, with Berkeley preferred. Please indicate in your application which location you prefer.
Fellows will be paid the prevailing minimum wage for their location (in Berkeley, $15.00/hour).