Social Media Management Intern Needed for the Service Learning Initiative
Are you a student who is interested in digital marketing and social media management? Do you want real-world marketing experience? Do you like working with a team? Do you enjoy being creative?
The U of A Service Learning Initiative is looking to hire a social media management intern. Apply today for the opportunity to earn money, gain marketing experience and interact with faculty and staff on campus!
Description: This is a paid internship with an expected five to seven hours of work per week. Expected start date is Oct. 10.
Duties: The social media intern will post multiple times a week on the Service Learning Instagram, Twitter and Facebook while also brainstorming new and engaging content to help promote service learning on campus. Additionally, they will engage with faculty and students over email to schedule interviews, deliver swag and be the face of service learning on campus! They will work directly with the Service Learning Graduate Assistant and members of the Core Service Learning Team. Social media marketing or management experience is preferred.
How to Apply: Upload and email a copy of your resume and course schedule (availability) to the Service Learning Graduate Assistant (firstname.lastname@example.org) by Sept. 29.
Hiring Process: The Service Learning Initiative team will start reviewing applications after the closing date. Interviews will be conducted before a hiring decision is made. Candidates will be emailed regarding scheduling if they have made it to the interview round.
Other Info: This is a paid hourly position (minimum hourly wage). For more information, please email email@example.com.
Visit the Service Learning website to learn more about our initiative!
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