Social Media and Marketing Intern Needed

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My City Crawl
 Virtual
Posted: October 02 2016
Company Location: San Antonio, TX
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

Hello!

My name is Mario and I own a San Antonio-based event company called, My City Crawl. We produce weekly pub crals in downtown San Antonio. In addition, we also host themed events and private parties.

This internship is to assist with our social media accounts - posting and interacting with fans. Plus, we need assistance in marketing our events to local college students. Intern will be required to develop create ways of marketing to college students aged 21-25 years old.

In addition to My City Crawl, I also own Sammis & Ochoa, a local public relations agency. So I am happy to help train you on media and publicity, plus crisis management. I am a believer in quality internships.

I expect interns to provide energy, enthusiasm, and be willing to share feedback!

Responsibilities

You will be responsible for daily posting on social media accounts - up to 3 accounts
You will be responsible for working with ownership to create marketing ideas for college students
You will be required to train on social media platforms, such as Hootsuite and Canva

Requirements

- Seeking college credit preferred, but not needed
- Must have working knowledge of Instagram, Facebook and Twitter
- Must have experience with writing and must have good punctuation and grammar
- Must be friendly and outgoing and willing to interact with community

Skills

Required - Social Media Blogging, Social Media Development, Marketing, Public Speaking

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