We exist to end the abuse of animals raised for food by influencing the policies of the world’s biggest companies, demanding legislation, and empowering others to take action and leave animals off their plates.

The Humane League Remote
Jul 10, 2019
Intern
WHO WE ARE The Humane League is an international nonprofit ending the abuse of animals raised for food through institutional and individual change. The Humane League fosters a high-energy culture of teamwork and mission-driven problem solving, and we have earned recognition as Top Charity from Animal Charity Evaluators for all of their rating periods. We are seeking a fellow to help us redefine The Humane League’s YouTube strategy! Our Communications fellow will research YouTube strategies for brands similar to The Humane League, present and implement their findings, analyze what’s working/isn't working, and will present a final project to improve our strategy moving forward. YOUR OPPORTUNITY Experience the work culture of The Humane League, and learn what it’s really like to work within the animal protection movement. Experience what it's like to work on an organization’s YouTube channel and work with a communications and marketing team. Hone your research skills. Learn strategic thinking and marketing tactics geared towards a niche audience. Dive deep into analysis and organizational optimization. CORE RESPONSIBILITIES Work on benchmark research for The Humane League’s YouTube strategy. Develop and execute your YouTube strategy, with guidance from the Social Media Manager. Conduct performance tracking and analysis. Make recommendations based on findings.  Work closely with The Humane League’s video team to come up with content ideas and possibly learn some basic video editing. QUALIFICATIONS Age over 18 years old, with a high school diploma, GED, or college diploma. Exemplify a strong commitment to The Humane League’s philosophy and activism methodology.  Excellent communication skills — verbal and written. Experience working with YouTube, either personally or professionally. Understanding of YouTube and Social Media best practices. Data analysis and performance tracking experience. Video editing skills preferred. Research experience preferred. *Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis and must not now or in the future require sponsorship for employment-based visa status. OTHER DETAILS YOU NEED TO KNOW: This fellowship requires a time commitment of 20 hours per week. The Humane League offers school credit or a paid stipend as compensation for your time.  The stipend for this fellowship is $2400. The Humane League does not provide health benefits to fellows. Fellowships are project-based, 3-month programs, starting in January, May, and September. All fellowships are remote, allowing you to work from the comfort of your own home. *Please note, this application closes on July 19th.
The Humane League Remote
Jul 10, 2019
Intern
WHO WE ARE The Humane League is an international nonprofit ending the abuse of animals raised for food through institutional and individual change. The Humane League fosters a high-energy culture of teamwork and mission-driven problem solving, and we have earned recognition as Top Charity from Animal Charity Evaluators for all of their rating periods. The corporate relations department is seeking a fellow who is interested in gaining a deeper understanding of corporate welfare reform. The fellow in this position will be responsible for researching and updating company data for The Humane League’s corporate work, assist in the development of new strategies, and will have an opportunity to connect with companies in direct dialogue about their welfare policies.  YOUR OPPORTUNITY Experience the work culture of The Humane League, and learn what it’s really like to work within the animal protection movement. Gain a deep understanding of welfare reform and will contribute to tangible improvements for potentially billions of chickens. Hone research skills and the ability to solve problems creatively. Learn about the food industry, supply chain, and current welfare standards.  CORE RESPONSIBILITIES Create and update company data for our corporate database. Assist with developing company-specific strategies conducting research and organizing in a provided strategy portfolio document. Correspond with corporate contacts about their broiler welfare policies. Based on interest, the fellow will keep up to date on the latest industry news relevant to a particular sector and create quick summaries to update the corporate relations team. Research assigned food companies, potentially to include information about corporate structure, products, relationships to other entities, investors, and executives. Help build our strategy around outreach and meetings. QUALIFICATIONS Age over 18 years old, with a high school diploma, GED, or college diploma. Exemplify a strong commitment to The Humane League’s philosophy and activism methodology.  Impeccable written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational skills and attention to detail and accuracy. Creativity and self-motivation. Highly proficient in word processing and spreadsheets. Experience with research preferred. Experience or education related to business or finance not required, but a plus. *Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis and must not now or in the future require sponsorship for employment-based visa status. Other Details You Need to Know: This fellowship requires a time commitment of 20 hours per week. The Humane League offers school credit or a paid stipend as compensation for your time.  The stipend for this fellowship is $2400. The Humane League does not provide health benefits to fellows. Fellowships are project-based, 3-month programs, starting in January, May, and September. All fellowships are remote, allowing you to work from the comfort of your own home. *Please note, this application closes on July 19th.
The Humane League Washington, DC, USA
Jul 10, 2019
Intern
The Humane League is an international nonprofit ending the abuse of animals raised for food through institutional and individual change. The Humane League fosters a high-energy culture of teamwork and mission-driven problem solving, and we have earned recognition as Top Charity from Animal Charity Evaluators for all of their rating periods. We are seeking a fellow to work behind the scenes with our operations team to help us to build out the process for managing our volunteer materials for our nationwide network of activists. The successful candidate is a solution-oriented person who is ready to research the most cost-effective options, work through creative solutions, and implement a new process. Although this opportunity allows you to work remotely from your home, you must reside in the Washington, D.C. area to be considered for this fellowship opportunity.  YOUR OPPORTUNITY Experience the work culture of The Humane League, and learn what it’s really like to work within the animal protection movement. Learn about the internal workings of a nonprofit with regard to material management and logistics. Hone your project management skills and build your work portfolio. Learn the basics of e-commerce. CORE RESPONSIBILITIES Help the operations manager to organize and ship materials to volunteers across the country. Create a process for ordering, creating, distributing, and tracking tabling materials. Conduct in-depth product and process research to ensure we are choosing the most cost-efficient options for our organization. Potential to work on marketing and promotions for The Humane League’s Online retail store. QUALIFICATIONS Age over 18 years old, with a high school diploma, GED, or college diploma. Exemplify a strong commitment to The Humane League’s philosophy and activism methodology. Highly organized and detail-oriented with the ability to handle time-sensitive administrative tasks. Must be self-directed and able to plan and coordinate multiple projects simultaneously. Ability to write and speak clearly and effectively, and to interact with staff in a positive and professional manner. Highly proficient in using contemporary office software applications, including word processing, spreadsheets, and the like. Prior knowledge of e-commerce is desirable, but not required. *Applicants must be currently authorized to work in the United States on a full-time basis and must not now or in the future require sponsorship for employment-based visa status. Other Details You Need to Know: This fellowship requires a time commitment of 20 hours per week. The Humane League offers school credit or a paid stipend as compensation for your time.  The stipend for this fellowship is $2400. The Humane League does not provide health benefits to fellows. Fellowships are project-based, 3-month programs, starting in January, May, and September. *Please note, this application closes on July 19th.