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LifeBound is a student success and transition publishing company that provides books, trainings, and free online resources for students, educators, and parents. Our mission is to help students from all backgrounds succeed in college, career, and life. We have worked with many student interns interested in marketing, business, digital design, editorial, and social media from colleges and universities in the Denver, Boulder, and Fort Collins areas. Students will be exposed to working in an entrepreneurial, small business atmosphere and work alongside people from varying backgrounds.
Location: Denver Metro Area
Website Development and Design:
This intern will assist in performing maintenance and updates on existing LifeBound websites (www.lifebound.com, www.lifeboundcoaching.com, www.carterkeys.com). This intern will also assist in converting books, assessments, and curricula to digital formats to increase LifeBound's online services. Other tasks may include app and educational video game development, animation, and video editing.
ResponsibilitiesThis intern will be expected to bring new ideas to improve websites, in respect to: user navigability, page-load time, and creating a seamless relationship between multiple websites. In addition, this intern may be asked to assist in developing a new LifeBound website for students.
This internship requires a student who will show initiative and drive. Ambitious students will find a direct way to contribute their vision, instincts and talents to the company, employees, and clients.
RequirementsA successful candidate will have at least a 3.0 GPA and a knowledge of:
Beneficial, but not required, is an understanding of Joomla.