The Multicultural Arts Exchange is a nonprofit that presents, produces and promotes performing arts programs in the underserved community of Northeast Philadelphia. We are currently looking to hire a team of social media interns to build and maintain our online presence. Interns will work as a team, collaborating on various projects and duties. The following are the type of interns we are looking for:
Learn more about the Multicultural Arts Exchange on our website www.maephila.com, on facebook @maephila, or our YouTube channel (https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC2ZVNDrUpm3r-xbU8WmwBDw).
Social Media Intern Job Qualifications
Requirements to work as social media interns include majoring in business, marketing, communications, or a similar field and a solid understanding of social media and related web services.
Since a social media intern’s basic work is to highlight the company’s presence in the social media, s/he needs to be extremely knowledgeable of the various tools and procedures used in doing this.
Chaos organizer — assist in creating and implementing social media marketing strategies and tactics, handle social media market research, update social media accounts with our events, handle content management tasks, and plan/execute special events.
Tech Guru -- possess a clear understanding of advertising using digital ecosystem, manage analytics on several platforms (Google, Facebook,MailChimp, Eventbrite, Website), collect and analyze marketing data to develop and adjust correlating marketing plans, and track the growth and impact of social media on the business and create and submit progress reports.
Creative genius — research, find, create, and manage multimedia content (photos, graphics, videos, etc.) that are relevant to constituents to create awareness along with planning and executing special events. Create presentations and agreements and assemble client activity reports. Must possess a clear understanding of advertising using digital ecosystem.
Storyteller-in-chief – research, find, write, and manage online content (blog posts, articles, tweets, etc.) along with with planning and executing special events. Perform research activities to find articles, stories, and resources, relevant to the constituents and post links to social media profiles.
Social Butterfly – Monitor and respond to social media activities regularly and foster relationships with new and existing audiences. Build a community!
Timeframe: To provide a meaningful contribution to specific projects and sufficient work experience, we ask for a minimum time commitment of 10-15 hours per week for 15-20 weeks with possible nights and weekends, especially closer to the MAE events dates.
Location: Flexible with a combination of working from home (college), office(s) and event locations.
Compensation: Internships are generally unpaid, but MAE pays bonuses for outstanding work on special projects and provide expense reimbursements. Arrangements could be made to count this work as course credit. Depending on the student performance the offer could be made to become a minor partner in the organization upon the conclusion of the internship.
To Apply: Please, send a resume and cover letter to describe why you are interested in the position to Mr. Michael Zorich, Project Director, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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