Content Marketing and Social Media Strategy Intern

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Description

Part-time, paid, content marketing internship.

Responsibilities include: developing a content marketing strategy for a national teen dating abuse prevention charity based in Arizona. Projects include a monthly newsletter, storytelling, daily social media engagement via Facebook, Twitter, You Tube, Linkedin, Instagram and Vine, blogging, WordPress website set-up and general marketing activities.

Responsibilities

- Utilizes social media to engage with a community of fans/followers online
- Coordinates online marketing and advertising campaigns
- Collaborates with program team on projects and assignments
- Demonstrates savvy in communication strategies that continuously engage the online community
-Weekly Blog post on trending stories regarding teen dating abuse and domestic violence related issues
-Monthly Newsletter
-Must be familiar with social media marketing tools and WordPress website builder

Requirements

MUST RESIDE IN THE GREATER PHOENIX AREA
MUST RESIDE IN THE GREATER PHOENIX AREA
MUST RESIDE IN THE GREATER PHOENIX AREA

ASU WP CAREY or Walter Cronkite School students are preferred.
- Passionate about teen dating abuse/domestic violence/sexual assault prevention
- Demonstrated interest and knowledge (provide 1-3 links to your social media profiles)
- Skilled in writing, presentation, and interpersonal relations
- Performs well in environment that values creativity, equality and social change
- Exhibits personal qualities, such as open-mindedness, enthusiasm, and adaptability
- Prefers challenges, fast pace, new ideas, future focus, and unstructured environment

Skills

Required - Social Media Marketing, Marketing Communications, Social Media Communications, Social Media Blogging, Visual Storytelling, Marketing Communications Planning, Website Design, Creative Branding, Writing News Releases, Creative Design
Preferred - Domestic Violence, Teen Programming

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