As a Trilogy Interactive Summer Fellow, you will play a crucial role on our support team as we manage and develop digital communications strategies for our clients and prepare new web initiatives for launch. Trilogy's staff will also work with you to improve your skills and understanding of political communications and online organizing.
Trilogy offers full-time summer fellowships at its Berkeley office, with a possibility of a position at its D.C. office. This position is available for the summer. Ideal candidates will have an interest and familiarity in electoral politics and campaigning, in particular those interested in the rapidly growing field of digital marketing.
Candidates must have strong communication and quantitative skills, a sense of curiosity, and a willingness to explore the web for new ideas. Basic technical skills (Photoshop, HTML, CSS) are preferred but not required.
- Managing and maintaining the online presence for clients, including social network profiles;
- Performing quality assurance testing on new websites and email blasts;
- Drafting copy for use on client websites, in blast emails and online advertising programs;
- Developing testing plans, analyzing results, and reporting back to clients;
- Exploring and implementing new web technologies;
- Building basic web graphics and web pages.
Who We Are
Trilogy Interactive is a leading political consulting firm focused on helping progressive political causes and non-profit organizations succeed by maximizing opportunities in web marketing, online fundraising, and online advocacy.
Clients include or have included the Senate campaigns of Russ Feingold (WI), Ted Strickland (OH), Barbara Boxer (CA), Patty Murray (WA), Patrick Leahy (VT), Chuck Schumer (NY), and Mazie Hirono (HI); gubernatorial campaigns like Jay Inslee (WA); party organizations, such as the California Democratic Party; unions like SEIU, USW, AFSCME; and non-profits including Everytown for Gun Safety, the NALEO, the National Partnership for Women & Families, and the ACLU. For more information on Trilogy's recent client work, click here.
- This position is available for summer at either our D.C. or Berkeley office, with Berkeley preferred. Please indicate in your application which location you prefer.
2017 Intern Reflection:
From my first day at Trilogy, I was welcomed into the office with warmth and kindness. The office culture at Trilogy, a start-up in Berkeley California, is extremely friendly and hard-working. Because the company is relatively small, I had opportunity to get to know everyone, and their roles and responsibilities within Trilogy. It was phenomenal to have the chance to meet with almost everyone in the office for a training on their work, which ranged from advertising to social media to project management to email production (for political candidates, sitting senators and non-profits). And, through these trainings, I was able to understand the entire company as a whole and thus better figure out the best role for me during my internship.
Since Trilogy is a start-up, I was able to work on a host of different projects that focused on everything from political research, to data management, to web development to email drafting and editing for clients. Trilogy works with a range of political candidates and non-profits, which allowed me the chance not only to be versed in national politics and policy, but local politics as well.
I recommend this job to anyone who wants to combine their love for technology with their passion for politics. I recommend this job to self-starters and motivators. Trilogy gives you the freedom to focus your work on what your passionate about, choosing a long-term project that best fits your expertise when you are not working short-term projects the team needs help with or in meetings with political candidates and non-profits.
I am so happy I was able to spend my summer at Trilogy, learning skills, such as client management, political research, effective fundraising techniques and web development that will serve me throughout my schooling and career. Could not recommend Trilogy enough!
Melia Henderson '19