Show-Me Cannabis is a non-profit spearheading public education efforts around medical cannabis policy in Missouri. We wish to launch a "Collegiates for Cannabis" internship program the summer of 2017, rallying 1000 college students from around the State of Missouri to earn experience in public affairs / relations, marketing / advertising, business, communications, management, and grassroots politics while helping to bring light to this great cause throughout our communities.
Risk & Challenges
It takes a lot of resources to coordinate a project this big. This is great cause and no easy task. We need a website, welcome packets, t-shirts, printed materials, and paid field managers to pull it all off.
What is Collegiates for Cannabis?
Collegiates for Cannabis is an eight-week volunteer and internship program managed by KAOH Media on behalf of Show-Me Cannabis. The Collegiates for Cannabis program is geared towards all college students, with Missouri residencies, who have an interest in grassroots fundraising, public policy, public relations & affairs, politics, or simply just want to be part of making history.
Am I able to earn college credit?
Every college or university has its own requirements for internships counting towards credit hours, programs, etc. It is your responsibility to check with your institution regarding eligibility. Feel free to contact info@KAOHmedia.com for help supporting your role as an intern. We want the internship to work toward enhancing your skills and helping build your resume. Even if you are not able to earn college credit, working on a major grassroots campaign is an amazing resume builder. You will be gaining valuable experience in the areas of politics, advertising, marketing, business, public affairs & relations, and strategic communications among others.
What is KAOH media?
KAOH media is public relations and digital communications agency founded by Allan Hug and Kelly O’Neil. This agency is helping to manage the Collegiates for Cannabis program. KAOH has worked closely with corporations, non-profits, grassroots movements, and coalitions with an emphasis on social and economic progress. See more about KAOH media @ www.KAOHmedia.com. Collegiates for Cannabis is the brainchild of co-founder Allan Hug and college students, Kayla Everett (University of Missouri) and Dominic Vaiana (Xavier University).
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