Campus Representatives

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Description

Whether it’s parties, food truck rallies, concerts, or networking events, college campuses are always buzzing with events and fun things to do with friends. As one of the most important members of our team, you will be responsible for getting as many users on campus as possible.

This position entails reaching out to, being involved with, and spreading the word to your student population. Reps will be responsible for actively posting events on Evntr’s live feed, engaging various on-campus organizations with our app, executing marketing campaigns, and overall finding ways to promote our brand across campus.

Note* : We will be tracking new users in your area, and this is one way we will evaluate your performance.

Bonus: set up partnerships with networking groups, promotions companies, and other local businesses. This helps improve the quality and diversity of the local feed.

This is an unpaid internship but these are the benefits you will receive:
Gain hands on experience with a hot new start up for your resume
Personalized Letter of Recommendation from CEO & COO
Possibility for internship credit for your university/college

* There is the possibility of being promoted into a paid position once the internship finishes based on your performance and availability.

Responsibilities

Find and create events based on your local region.
Runs local social media accounts.
Learn email marketing, social media marketing, and start up business process.
Reaching out to campus organizations

Requirements

Current full time student at a University located in the United States
Must own an iPhone with IOS8 or more recent upgrade
Full understanding of Evntr and how it works
Ability to take initiative and carry out social and marketing ideas
Engaged in campus activities and has connections to many students and organizations on campus (preferred)

Skills

Required - Social Media, Highly personable, Outgoing, iPhone, Mobile Phone Apps

How To Apply

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