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Sam and Colby Enterprises
Posted: May 02 2016
Company Location: Hollywood, CA
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Paid
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DescriptionSam and Colby Enterprises runs a Self-Help website called The Life Project. On this site we give life advice through videos and audio podcasts to help (mostly) teenage girls become happier with themselves. There is also a "forum" in which the users ask questions and talk about experiences in which we respond with general life advice.
We are located in Hollywood but this job can be done remotely.
We would need someone to be able to post on this forum daily to keep up with the questions. Pretty easy and fun as you get to interact with people and help them out. As much as we enjoy doing this we are going to be all around the country this summer and need help!
ResponsibilitiesThe only responsibility would be to be posting on our website's forum daily for an average of 1-2 hours (This can and should be spaced out throughout the day)
I.e. 30 min - around breakfast time
30 min - around lunch time or early afternoon
30 min after dinner
RequirementsYou must have access to a computer/internet 7 days a week.
You must have general writing skills (correct grammar, speak english, etc.)
It would also be preferred if you enjoyed teaching and/or helping others because that is what this internship is based on!
SkillsRequired - English, Social Media Blogging
Preferred - Teaching Skills