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5 Internships that Need Amazing Applicants
Disruptive Media Lab. Social Media Intern. Unpaid. This is a great opportunity to work with leading and emerging brands in both luxury and fashion categories. You are a proficient writer, who has a broad knowledge of social media tools and emerging trends in the industry. If you have a Twitter or Tumblr account that you’re proud of, we’d love to see it! Internship available for class credit only. Send cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
Artsicle. Artist Community Manager Intern & Social Media Manager Intern. Unpaid, with opportunity to become paid after 1 term. Remote or on site. Artist Community Manager Intern will work on recruiting new artists, developing blog content (such as studio visit interviews), and curating artwork for corporate clients, events, and other opportunities. Social Media Manager Intern will create a strategy for platforms including Facebook and Twitter, develop blog content, and assist with event planning. Apply here.
5min Media. AOL Video Marketing Spring Intern. Unpaid. 5min Media is the leading syndication platform for broadband instructional, knowledge, and lifestyle videos. Duties: Analyzing data and updating documents to reflect trends in market activity, writing for marketing initiatives, researching industry publications to support company objectives, managing and updating calendar of marketing events, and logistical support. Apply here.
Shootart.com. Photography Assistant Intern. Unpaid. Duties: Assistance on location shoots and in studio, Photoshop and computer support, and other duties as assigned. For the right candidate, this could lead to a part-time paid position. Apply here.
DoSomething.org. Graphic Design Intern. Paid. DoSomething.org is one of the largest organizations in the U.S. for teens and social change. Duties: Design web and print assets for national cause campaigns and DoSomething.org programs and events. Contribute ideas for DoSomething.org’s graphic design growth, including our new website design. Increase site usability and appeal through design. Help with the creation of visual aids, including infographics, for our news blog.
5 Entry Level Jobs that Need Amazing Applicants
VaynerMedia. Associate Community Manager. VaynerMedia is a brand consulting agency with a focus on social media. Duties: Actively monitor and engage with online communities on Twitter and Facebook in coordination with clients. Apply here.
SnagFilms. Advertising Coordinator. SnagFilms offers free movies and documentaries online. Duties: Forecast and manage inventory for on-site, in-video, and mobile. Schedule and launch interactive advertising campaigns in a timely and accurate manner using the ADTECH ad serving platforms. Work directly with advertisers and media designers to collect creative assets, troubleshoot technical issues, and correctly implement rich media creative. Apply here.
Porter Novelli. Social Media Community Manager. Porter Novelli is a public relations firm dedicated to social causes and nonprofit organizations. Duties: Manage all consumer social media content and distribution related to a global technology account. Community management for this client will operate like a newsroom – always-on content creation, distribution, and optimization. Apply here.
Hachette Book Group. Editorial Assistant. Hachette Book Group is a major U.S. trade publisher and a division of Hachette Livre, the second largest publisher in the world. Duties: The Editorial Assistant is responsible for providing editorial and administrative support to the editorial team and Publisher of Little, Brown and Company. Apply here.
Bloomingdale’s. Merchandise Coordinator. Duties: Oversee sample management and organization, primarily in the studio, as well as in the corporate offices. Aid in the operational aspect of the studio, from tracking and reporting to generating a weekly checklist, troubleshooting missing imagery, and general office maintenance. Apply here.
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