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MARKETING / SALES / ADVERTISING INTERNAPOLLO HOSPITALS
Marketing InternBookmark This
4954 Space Center Dr
San Antonio, TX
Posted: September 20 2016
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Study Breaks is a national publication written exclusively by college students. We provide an avenue for college student writers from all over the country to write in both our magazine and website. Our websites articles reach all over the country, and our print magazine is currently distributed to over 100,000 students in Texas; in the San Antonio, Austin, San Marcos, and Lubbock areas.We are looking for student interns who have a start-up and entrepreneurial mindset, as we are looking to expand into more markets as time goes on, and we will need your help in getting there. We are a small team looking to do big things, and we need individuals who aren't afraid of that challenge. We want students who are willing to learn and work on Social Media Management and Campaigns, Grassroots Marketing, Content Marketing, Digital Marketing, Email Marketing, Traditional Marketing, and much more.
Manage and help create our Social Media sites; Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+, Tumblr, Pinterest, etc.
Collaborate and create content for our online pages.
Collect and Analyze digital analytics.
Come into the office at least once a week for training and collaboration.
Work remotely to manage and contribute to marketing campaigns.
Help design mail pieces, event set ups, and surveys.
Other responsibilities will be doled out as they come up.
Must be a current college student.
Must be studying Marketing, Communications, or a related field.
Must be computer savvy.
Must have the ability to work at our San Antonio, TX offices at least once a week.
Must have a reliable method to work remotely.
Must be able to intern part-time.
Must be able to accept and commit to an unpaid internship.
No experience required, but must be able to show past experience, even past school work, upon request.