Humanity Road Digital Disaster Response Internship Program

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Driven by Need, Led by Experience, Powered by Volunteers

The Humanity Road Disaster Response Internship Program is a volunteer* virtual emergency response internship program designed for college students and those needing other supervised experience. Interns learn online how to do crisis mapping, support first responders during a disaster, work with emergency management professionals and gain valuable experience.  Join us for an internship like no other.  Use emerging innovative  information aid tools and check online messages for urgent needs of those affected by disaster.

Humanity Road provides interns with expert knowledge in social media for emergency management (SMEM) offering participants  the potential for real-world, valuable learning opportunities.

About Our Work

Disaster Response

We specialize in retrieving actionable information online at the onset of disaster by finding urgent messages in the noise on social media. By request, Humanity Road will activate to give surge support online for media monitoring and on site for community based communications solutions.

Disaster Preparedness

We aid in exercises, drills, and table top events. We can help in social media planning and execution for exercises including simulating the crowd and simulated crowd maps. We also provide public service campaign amplification in social media.

Process Improvement

We work to improve the disaster response process and to offer customized training for emergency responders on the use of social media and crisis mapping.

Examples of Disasters
  • USA Tornadoes
  • Haiti Earthquake
  • Philippines Typhoon
  • Japan Tsunami
  • Hurricane Sandy
  • Nepal Earthquake
 Join us for this unique volunteer* internship experience!

Humanity Road Internship applicants may choose among three cycles.  Exact positions, and scope may change depending on current needs, and applications.

Fall Cycle

September 1st – December 15th*  (Closed) * May be adjusted to comply with academic calendar

Spring Cycle – January 1 – April 30 (Closed)

Summer Cycle – June 1st  – August 31st (Open)

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Disaster Response Program Intern

 

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  Applicant Requirements:

  • Commit to the entire internship session
  • Have computer and internet access (microphone and earphones useful too)
  • Be flexible to respond online when disasters strike

All Applicants

  For Academic Credit

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 We look forward to sharing our extensive digital disaster response experience with you!

* volunteer – unpaid (Maybe someday that will change.)

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