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WASC Leadership Internship  

Are you passionate about marketing and committed to making a positive impact in the community? 

Join the Wisconsin Association of School Councils as a Leadership Intern and contribute to our mission of empowering the next generation of leaders.

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  • Leadership Internship 

  • Hiring up to 4 interns for our team this summer


  • April 1, 2024 to August 31, 2024

  • Fully-Remote with In-Person Opportunities

  • Part-Time, Flexible Work Schedule

  • Must be available for at least one Summer Camp week

    • SHS Leadership Camp: June 14 - 20, 2024

      • (Levels 4, 5, 6)

    • JAM Leadership Camp: July 12 - 18, 2024

      • (Levels 1, 2, 3)

    • For more information on summer leadership camps, CLICK HERE.

    • PLEASE NOTE: Leadership Interns will automatically be part of the Camp Super Staff.


  • WASC Executive Director


The Wisconsin Association of School Councils is a K-12 student leadership organization. For over 88 years, we’ve helped teach, train, and inspire K-12 students across Wisconsin. As the oldest student leadership organization in WIsconsin, and one of the oldest in the United States, we take pride in the work that we do, and we take seriously our desire to expand opportunities for students to learn and grow.


This internship team will be responsible for championing the brand and soul of the WASC through the creation of various marketing materials, internal and external communications, and the development of go-to-market strategies. Additional responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Social Media Management

    • Manage and enhance our social media presence to effectively communicate our mission and engage with our audience.

    • Collecting qualitative and quantitative data from marketing campaigns and social media platforms for better informed posts.

    • Monitor and respond to social media inquiries in a timely manner, including but not limited to direct messages and comments.

  • Content Creation & Graphic Design

    • Develop engaging and compelling content for digital platforms, including social media, website, and newsletters.

  • Campaign Development

    • Assist in planning and executing marketing campaigns to promote our leadership programs, events, and initiatives.

  • Community Engagement

    • Collaborate with team members to develop strategies for community outreach and engagement.

    • Engage with member and non-member schools to grow the organization’s reach and ensure an extraordinary experience with the WASC.

  • Event Support

    • Provide marketing support for organizational events, including promotion, coordination, and post-event analysis.

  • Program Creation

    • Develop leadership programming relevant to the needs of K-12 students

  • Strategic Planning.

    • Develop plans and analyze data that align with the goals and objectives of the WASC.


WASC students, counselors, leaders, employees, and anyone else who touches the organization, understand the inexplicable magic that it radiates. 

However, it’s those students, counselors, leaders, employees, and experienc-ees who create that magic. Here’s how they do what they do best, and how you can too:

  • Agility to jump between initiatives at the drop of a hat

  • Comfortability working in a fast-paced environment that runs on passion and excitement to achieve new things

  • Thinking like an entrepreneur, but for an established (yet ever-growing) organization

  • Being constantly curious and never being afraid to ask questions or say new ideas (big or small…or medium-sized, whatever floats your boat)

  • Feeling inspired and recharged by feedback, not knocked down

  • Plus-es but Not Required:

    • Graphic Design Experience (Canva, Adobe Creative Suite, etc.)

    • Social Media Management Experience

    • College Student Studying Marketing/Comms/Journalism or Related Majors

    • Videography and Photography Experience

    • WASC Experience


  • Hands-on experience with non-profit marketing.

  • Networking opportunities within the non-profit sector.

  • Mentorship from experienced professionals.

  • Contribution to meaningful initiatives that impact the community and its future leaders.

  • Working with the magic of the WASC to inspire our nation’s future leaders.

  • Collaborating with like-minded, passionate individuals of every age.


  • Ability to work as part of a team
  • Can take an idea and "own" it in all phases (development, execution, deliverables)
  • Must have a DFW (down for whatever) attitude
  • Though remote position, must be available to work at least 1 week of summer leadership camp (as intern, not AC/JC/Super Staff)
  • Willingness to think outside the box and find creative ideas to problems
  • Openness to considering the idea that Brown Squirrel > Princess Pat


  • $12 - $15 / hour

  • 5 - 10 hours / week

  • Opportunities for college credit

To apply, submit a Resume and Personal Statement or Letter of Interest here.

Applications will be accepted until 6pm, February 23, 2024. You must be willing to complete a background check upon acceptance of offer.

The Wisconsin Association of School Councils is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage candidates from all backgrounds to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or any other protected class.

Join us in inspiring and empowering the leaders of tomorrow!

Apply Here


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