Social Media Intership Opportunity

Monday October 14th, 2019

Jameson Seeks Social Media Intern

Position Title: Communications Social Media Intern
Job Type: Internship
Hours: 10-15 hours per week
Remuneration: Unpaid
Location: 1199 Cuttings Wharf Road, Napa, unless otherwise specified
Reports to: Communications Director as well as Social Media & Content Development Consultant

About Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch

Founded in 2014 by David and Monica Stevens (proprietors of 750 Wines), Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch (JARR) is a 501(c)(3) registered nonprofit organization that is transforming the way we think about animal welfare and advocacy. Seeking to engender systemic change in the outdated industry of animal rescue, which suffers from a significant lack of transparency and accountability, JARR is committed to ending animal hunger, cruelty, and overpopulation. To do so, JARR offers a variety of programs and services to stem the tide of animal deaths from euthanasia; and solve some of the most pressing problems regarding animal abandonment, maltreatment, and negative environmental impact. JARR also collaborates with and acts as a liaison for various animal welfare groups locally and statewide.

About the Communications Social Media Internship

JARR exists to foster harmony between humans, animals, and the environment to create a kinder, more compassionate world. We invite you to come with us along this journey. Working to affect real change in the world, you will help us by translating your passion for animal welfare and advocacy into our communication social media efforts. This internship is also the perfect opportunity to build your resume. There’s room for you to collaborate with pioneers and luminaries, with vast and powerful networks.

Responsibilities Include:

  • Work hand-in-hand with the Communications Director and Social Media Consultant to help drive our mission forward through story telling via social media and other channels, as well as thru communication management activities

  • Leverage your excellent knowledge of social media platforms (FB, IG, Twitter, etc.) and their associated photo/video specs (i.e., square and stories):

    • Assist with post development for social media

    • Prepare visual content for posts

    • Shadow leads for story content development

    • Perform social media administrative tasks (i.e., consent form signature acquisition, photo categorization, etc.)

  • Be onsite at our Ranch to facilitate your efforts

  • Dedicate 10 to 20 hours per week to accomplishing the job

  • If applicable: Earn internship credits through your school’s department


  • One year minimum experience using social media in a professional or academic setting

  • Patience and ability to work in tight turnaround, high-stress settings and emotional situations

  • Good communication skills

    • Oral Communication – Engaging effectively in dialogue

    • Writing – Communicating effectively in writing, editing, and proofing

  • Photography

  • Passion for helping animals and people, a willingness to accommodate animals in the workplace and a commitment to JARR’s mission and brand attributes

  • Strong desire to learn the ins and outs of communication management

  • Duration: 6 months; or, if applicable, semester long

Email for more information:
Brad Schomburg, Director of Communications
Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch

Collaboration at its Finest!

Tuesday September 17th, 2019

This past weekend, Jameson Animal Rescue Ranch partnered with Spay Neuter Imperative Project (SNIP) and Pet Food Express to spread the word about the importance of spaying and neutering.

Did you know?

  • Just one female dog and her offspring can produce a staggering 67,000 puppies in only six years.
  • In seven years, one female cat and her offspring can produce an incredible 370,000 kittens!

Reasons for Spay/Neuter: Prevents millions of animals from being born that would otherwise suffer from neglect, cruelty or face euthanasia.

The medical benefits:

  • Spaying helps prevent uterine infections and breast tumors, which are malignant or cancerous in about 50 percent of dogs and 90 percent of cats.
  • Neutering prevents testicular cancer and some prostate problems.

And behavioral benefits:

  • Your spayed female animal won't go into heat and present behavioral issues.
  • Your neutered male animal will be less likely to roam away from home.
  • Your neutered male animal may be better behaved.

Interested in being part of the solution? Please ask about sponsoring a spay/neuter clinic or donating $100 for a spay/neuter!


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