What is The DEI Collective?
It’s an initiative launched at Johns Hopkins for students to get summer internships at companies who are committed to improving access to students from underrepresented communities.
Some things to keep in mind:
1. TAILOR YOUR RESUME FOR THIS ROLE: Companies will be selecting your resume based on how well it aligns to this job description. (It’s the #1 feedback we get from them – if it’s not immediately obvious how your experience/background is right for the role, it’s likely you’ll get overlooked.)
2. SHARE YOUR STORY: Submit a brief story that shares your interest in the DEI Collective and/or how your experiences reflect your commitment to diversity through one or more of the following attributes: first generation status, limited income, racial minority, LGBTQ+, international/national origin or disability/differently abled. Please submit this to the job posting in addition to your resume – you can attach it as an additional document and reuse it for each company and job you apply for. NOTE: Your story should not exceed one paragraph and please include your name, phone number, and email. Companies will skip your resume without this component.
3. KNOW YOUR DEADLINE: The deadline for you to apply to this job (and this program) is 11:55 pm on November 14th, no exceptions!
4. MAKE IT EASY FOR US TO CONTACT YOU: Please be sure your email notifications from Handshake are enabled. You will be receiving notifications about interviews directly from Handshake.
5. ATTEND THE ORIENTATION!: You’re encouraged to attend the DEI Collective Student Orientation. Last year, 88% of student attendees for our prep. sessions got at least 1 interview offer compared to the overall interview selection rate of 16%.
By submitting your resume, you agree:
1) To let us share your resume outside the bounds of this event with companies who are hiring talent from JHU.
2) You’re available for one or multiple 30-minute interviews between 9 am- 5pm Tuesday Jan 18 through Friday, Jan 21. (We send interview notifications out around December 10.)
3) To attend interviews that you have scheduled with employers. Failure to do so will result in expulsion from the DEI Collective process and removal from all other company interviews.
4) If you accept an internship offer with a DEI Collective company, you agree to follow through on your commitment to them. Failure to do so will result in ineligibility from LDL summer grants and future Hire Hopkins hiring initiatives.
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Technical Writer Intern
Product Experience | Chicago, Illinois
This position is not eligible for employment in the following states: Alaska, Hawaii, Maine, Mississippi, North Dakota, South Dakota, Vermont, West Virginia and Wyoming.
Our agreement with employees
DocuSign is committed to building trust and making the world more agreeable for our employees, customers and the communities in which we live and work. You can count on us to listen, be honest, and try our best to do what’s right, every day. At DocuSign, everything is equal. We each have a responsibility to ensure every team member has an equal opportunity to succeed, to be heard, to exchange ideas openly, to build lasting relationships, and to do the work of their life. Best of all, you will be able to feel deep pride in the work you do, because your contribution helps us make the world better than we found it. And for that, you’ll be loved by us, our customers, and the world in which we live.
Our Product Experience team – Design, Information, and Insights – focuses on our customers and their business needs. We contribute from the concept all the way to the building of world-class product experiences by partnering with Product Managers, Program Managers, Software Engineers and other cross-functional teams. Together, we are a team of craftspeople who aim to make the complex look easy. We employ insights, pixels, and words to solve big problems and make delightful experiences.
The DocuSign Information Experience team is seeking a problem solver with lots of curiosity and great attention to detail. The ideal candidate is enthusiastic about information and data and hungry for a challenge that makes an impact.
Over the course of a 12-week paid internship, the Technical Writer intern will have an opportunity to learn about how structured authoring is used in technology and SaaS products (start/end dates flexible). During the work, your dedicated mentor will help you apply DITA authoring best practices and standards, optimize content reuse based on advanced single-sourcing techniques, and restructure content that is used by the business to improve customer adoption of our products. You will design reports and perform gap analysis to discover stale content, navigation opportunities, and metrics on the effectiveness of content types. You will get the opportunity to know how our authors work and interact with other teams, including product management, engineering, user research, and product designers. You will also participate in departmental meetings to gain an understanding of organizational culture.
This position is an individual contributor role that is a 12-week internship reporting to the Senior Manager, Product Information and is designated Flex.
- Optimize content reuse with keys, content references, relationship tables and shared topics to improve efficiency and consistency of content authoring
- Design custom reports and develop content metrics to inform authors about content health
- Apply taxonomy and supporting metadata to improve content navigation
- Apply predefined content structure standards to improve SEO and content findability
- Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree or above in technical writing, English, journalism, communications, or related degree
- This role is not eligible for sponsorship or CPT
- An interest or knowledge of structured authoring tools and frameworks
- Natural communicator who clearly articulates informational design decisions when collaborating with others
- A strong command of English, both written and verbal
- An interest in technology, information design, terminology and enabling others to learn and understand through content and information
- Extremely organized and detail-oriented
- Curious and open-minded with a growth mindset who thrives on continuous learning
- Personal motivation and drive to get things done in a dynamic, rapid growth environment
Pay: $38-43/hr (based on location) for Undergrad roles
DocuSign helps organizations connect and automate how they prepare, sign, act on, and manage agreements. As part of the DocuSign Agreement Cloud, DocuSign offers eSignature: the world’s #1 way to sign electronically on practically any device, from almost anywhere, at any time. Today, over a million customers and hundreds of millions of users in over 180 countries use DocuSign to accelerate the process of doing business and simplify people’s lives. And we help save the world’s forests and embrace environmental sustainability.
It’s important to us that we build a talented team that is as diverse as our customers and where all employees feel a deep sense of belonging and thrive. We encourage great talent who bring a range of perspectives to apply for our open positions. DocuSign is an Equal Opportunity Employer and makes hiring decisions based on experience, skill, aptitude and a can-do approach. We will not discriminate based on race, ethnicity, color, age, sex, religion, national origin, ancestry, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, genetic information, physical or mental disability, registered domestic partner status, caregiver status, marital status, veteran or military status, or any other legally protected category.
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