Marketing and Development Internship

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New London County Historical Society
11 Blinman Street
New London, CT
Posted: January 13 2015
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Unpaid

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Description

The New London County Historical Society was founded in 1870. It is the oldest historical organization in eastern Connecticut and one of the oldest in the country. The Shaw Mansion, built by Captain Nathaniel Shaw in 1756, is the society headquarters. Shaw Mansion was used as the war office for Connecticut’s navy during the Revolution, and sold to the NLCHS by the family in 1907, making it an early example of historic preservation.

Marketing and Development interns will assist in marketing and development strategies. Projects are available in collateral design, social media strategies, event planning, annual appeal and capital campaigns. Interns will have hands on experience in these areas of our institution and leave their position with valuable resume worthy experience.

Responsibilities

Development interns will assist in grant research and writing, and membership building and documentation. Marketing interns will design collateral used to support events and campaigns. In addition interns will assist in maintaining a social media presence, evaluate effectiveness of current strategies and help build new methods of outreach.

Requirements

History, Public History, Non Profit Management, and Marketing majors are encouraged to apply. Computer literacy a must, but prior experience is not required. Interested students should email a cover letter and resume to info@newlondonhistory.org

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