Communications Intern

The Hunger Project Communications Intern
Hunger Project Communications Intern
United States

The Hunger Project Communications Interns work within the Advancement Department to promote and uphold the mission of the organization by assisting in the production of the Annual Fall Gala, writing for the Blog, and updating articles on the public website, among other communications tasks. If you are interested in being a communications intern with The Hunger Project, please send a cover letter, resume and writing sample to with "Communications Intern Applicant" and your FULL NAME in the subject line. Thank you!

Blog Posts

Turning the World 'Inside Out' in Malawi

July 24, 2013
Among its many programs, The Hunger Project engages with communities around the world to achieve financial security. Financial security comes in many forms. One community that is, unfortunately, well acquainted with financial insecurity is the fishermen in Malawi. Today we feature a project called Inside Out -- an admirable cause working to empower and give a voice to this neglected population in a creative way.


The 2013 Human Development Report: The Rise of the Global South

April 5, 2013
The 2013 Human Development Report, The Rise of the South: Human Progress in a Diverse World was released on March 14 in Mexico.This year's Report discusses the profound economic and global shifts that have occurred over the past 10 years, specifically focusing on countries in the Global South. Turkey, Mexico, Thailand, South Africa, Indonesia and many other developing nations have become leading examples of countries that have risen in human development over the past 10 years.


One Billion Rising: Demanding An End To Violence Against Women

February 13, 2013
Violence against women is a serious public health issue that has received recent attention with cases surfacing around the world, particularly in India, Bangladesh and Turkey. In response and protest, activists are coming together to raise a global voice this Valentine's Day in a movement called One Billion Rising. The Hunger Project strongly believes it is important to take part in this movement and to take a stand for the 1 in 3 women who are raped or beaten in their lifetime. As an organization, we will take part in a One Billion Rising events around the world. If you, too, believe these women deserve to be heard, JOIN US!


An Investor's Viewpoint: Leadership in Unlikely Places

January 24, 2013
Emma Isaacs, CEO and “Chief Chick” of Business Chicks, a national community for women in business, writes about her unforgettable experience in Uganda for the Business Chicks Immersion and Leadership Program. Emma and her fellow members of Business Chicks plan to continue working with THP-Australia on creating a brighter and more empowering future for the people of Bangladesh and Uganda in the years to come.