Village Critter Outfitter
107 Cherry Street
New Canaan, CT
Village Critter Outfitter (www.villagecritteroutfitter.com) is a premier pet product boutique located in New Canaan, CT offering value, competitive pricing and unmatched customer service. They carry the best pet foods, supplies and supplements. We are continually and carefully evaluating new foods, while focusing on natural, holistic and organic choices. We do the research, so our customers don't have to. Village Critter Outfitter is one of three companies associated with Dawg Mob, LLC. The other companies include Local Business Strategic Marketing (http://www.localbusinessstrategicmarketing.com) and Kayak for a Cause (www.kayakforacause.com). What this means for you as an intern is that you will be interacting with other interns within these companies, sharing resources, and attending phone meetings together.
The Video Mogul will help create a video campaign to assist in marketing strategies of the business.
You will work directly with the President and Founder, Shirleen Dubuque. The mentorship that you will receive will be worth over $100,000 education in 3-6 months of time. In addition, you’ll have high-level skills and responsibilities to add to your resume. If you are successful as an intern, you will receive a stellar letter of recommendation, contacts to people in high places for business opportunities, and coaching each week to help you reach your professional goals. Everything you create (that is not confidential), will go in your professional portfolio. We will gladly help you arrange for academic credit. You will have first-hand knowledge of how to market your services as a freelancer.
Our ideal candidates should be organized, detail-oriented, and creative and must have excellent verbal and written communication skills. They should be comfortable and proficient with recording and/or editing video and be familiar social media websites, blogs, email, the Internet, and MS Office. Be able to work independently and work both virtually and locally (in the New Canaan, CT area). They must be reliable, punctual, and able to attend regular phone meetings.