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Social Media Content Specialist Intern

Are you excited about joining an awarded team? are you familiar with Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram? Can you manage the social media accounts? you will require to work 3-12 hours/week, can work from home, but will report to the office once a month for follow-up on all communications and training as needed.

The Global Paint for Charity, Inc. ("GPC" or "Global Paint") is a notable 501(c) 3 non-profit organization that works with companies, Home Improvement Retailers, households, and manufacturers to salvage paint and supplies to change lives, transforms communities and protect the environment. The paint and supplies are then donated to various channels for the construction, rejuvenation, and beautification of schools, hospitals, churches, women’s centers, and family homes in developing countries and certain communities in the United States. Through our Paint Project & Beautification programs, we have worked with local and international humanitarian, faith, and community groups, and volunteers from many corporations to paint in neglected areas within our local communities.

At Global Paint for Charity, we believe a coating of paint on the walls can have a significant, positive, and powerful impact on people’s lives for many years to come. And we know that here in the United States, people love colors. And colors are an essential component of success, creativity, and commitment to arts and culture. But 1.6 billion individuals can't afford a gallon of paint to paint their homes. The cost of a gallon of paint is simply too high.

It’s estimated that 80 percent of the world’s homes and schools face the dreary reality of unpainted walls, and more than 70 million children have never had access to a painted classroom. Thousands of gallons of paint can be shipped in sea containers paid for by contributions from generous people and corporations. Paint does not only make communities brighter, but it also protects against mold, bacteria, and dangerous germs. The presence of which has a significant the health of less fortunate communities. And of course, the environment is better protected by recycling paint, instead of dumping it in landfills.

Please visit our website at to learn more about the mission, vision, and core values of our organization. GPC now collects unused paint from residences and businesses, recycles it, and provides it to schools, hospitals, orphanages, churches, and family homes worldwide. This generous cause also protects the environment from the improper disposal of paint. As the success of the organization grows, this individual will lead additional team members to ensure all tasks and activities continue to be completed to high standards with maximum efficiency.