ReStore Marketing Intern

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Comal County Habitat for Humanity (CCHFH) has been building affordable houses for low-income families since 1993. We are an established nonprofit in our community that pursues numerous endeavors and projects in order to develop Comal County to its fullest potential. One of our most valuable resources is the ReStore, our personal home improvement store and donation center that sells new and gently used furniture, appliances, home accessories, building materials and more to the public at a fraction of the retail price. All profits from the ReStore are filtered back into our programs to help hardworking low-income families in New Braunfels. CCHFH is seeking a ReStore Marketing Intern who will work together with staff and other interns in our office. The internship requires approximately 8-10 hours a week. This is an opportunity to engage with our volunteers, donors and families with a hands-on role in a fun environment, working toward our mission of a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Please note this is an unpaid internship.


Intern will:
• Support ReStore Manager in all marketing efforts
• Develop and participate in marketing strategy to reach target audience
• Oversee and contribute to the design of the marketing material e.g. newspaper ads, flyers, website
• Contact the media about our services e.g. Public Service Announcements, Press Releases
• Gain real-world experience publishing and sending out marketing material
• Co-manage social media and website


• Previous experience in Marketing/Communications/Public Relations (college classes qualify)
• Ability to work independently after given a set of tasks as well as with a team
• Ability to manage multiple weekly tasks
• Self-motivated and timeline sensitive
• Well-written and creative
• Design experience
• Passionate about nonprofits

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