Stories

Are you a CSA College student (age 18-25) who wants to learn, earn AND summer at the CSA? Are you good at writing, photography/videography, social media and have good technical skills?

Can you:

  • Write clear and engaging communications?
  • Come up with creative ideas to engage the CSA community?
  • Create videos and interactive content?

If so, this may be the Internship for YOU!

The job entails working 40 hours a week for the 9-week CSA season. Pay is $15/hour.

  • Work 20 hours a week as the Communications Intern:
    • Write articles and create videos for the website, YouTube page and weekly emails. See http://summerassembly.org/stories
    • Provide engaging and expanded coverage of summer activities for our Facebook and Instagram pages. This includes attending CSA activities and taking photos/videos to post on the sites
    • Post White Board (Monday-Friday) and Youth Board (weekly) pictures to website
    • Write a “Fun Facts” column 2-3 times a week on interesting things from the CSA archives
    • Look for opportunities to better engage teens and young adults, including coverage of teen activities
  • Work 20 hours a week as the Archives Intern:
    • Use technology to digitize and organize our records and preserve our history
    • Help create educational presentations of archival material for Assembly gatherings and for youth activities. Bring the Assembly history to life!
    • Help make the archive material interesting and accessible to our community

LEARN: Work with the Communications Committee, including an international journalist. Learn how the CSA works, as well as fun things about our history.

BUILD YOUR RESUME: Writing, reporting, social media, idea generation, and videography.

APPLY BY April 1, 2020

  • Write 500-600 words on what it is about the CSA that is important to you . . . and how the CSA will be a part of your future.
  • Send your resume and the communication you wrote to:
  • Beth Congbalay at AND Jane Cooper at

Questions?  Contact Beth Congbalay at 847-682-8614 or .