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Heart of All Women
Posted: August 30 2016
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DescriptionHEART OF ALL WOMEN is a Silicon Valley Technology Start-up company that is a "for-profit social enterprise." It is a sophisticated technology platform that MATCHES ordinary women from anywhere around the globe based on passion and causes. The ultimate vision is millions of women in tens of thousands Sister Circles, all created by women around their unique passions, ranging from social causes to fashion fun!
You will be working with the MD superhost of the circle "My Body Proud" - Helping women enjoy being women and loving themselves the way they are. So we would love to talk with you if you are passionate about empowering women on a global scale. We recently had our soft launch and things are moving fast. This is the perfect time to hop on board with us for a fun and educational internship! Our seasoned serial entrepreneur founder will work personally with you to help you with your own message and giving you a platform for your passions. And you will be part of a really fun batch of existing interns!
Responsibilities- Assists in the design and development of layouts for marketing materials, using appealing graphics that are well organized
- Responsible to incorporate current design trends into each unique layout to produce an up-to-date style
- Bring effective visual ideas from concept through to completion
You will have one assignment weekly.
You will attend our weekly one hour all-intern Zoom conference call.
Those who do well get letters of recommendation. There is also opportunity to conduct your own special project for college credit, if your school requires you to.