Social Media Intern - Women's Safety

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Description

The Close Call Academy is a very special organization with the goal of making women safe-from-violence. Our team includes detectives, MBA's, retired veterans, and several single Moms (toughest of the bunch). Our investigative team, led by a retired, female detective, has created a new personal safety methodology. It's called the Close Call Method and is described in the book, 27 CLOSE CALLS (on Amazon) and at CloseCallAcademy.org

We are currently seeking two interns to assist with the following social media and internet marketing missions:
Research: Research and submit a report on the most effective ways to attract customers on the internet and keep them engaged.
Planning: Create a plan to design and implement 3-6 campaigns.
Writing: Blog posts, social media posts, and email campaigns for target audience
Growing the Audience: Develop ways to grow audience creatively and organically
Advertising: Devise a plan to spend a minimal amount of money and get a strong ROI that is easy and repeatable (possibly Google ads or Facebook ads)

The internship will last for 6 weeks and will require 2-5 hours per week working independently and one 1 hour meeting per week with the Close Call Academy Coordinator.

This opportunity is excellent for anyone interested in criminal justice, sociology, security, liberal arts, marketing, social media, advertising or who would like to learn more about personal safety for themselves.

Help us get our social media put together so we can save 1 million women from violence!


Requirements

Good English writing and speaking skills. Willingness to do independent research, to read about violent crimes (not for everyone), and to provide honest and candid views as a college student or recent college grad.

Most important: be reliable, be attentive, act with integrity

This internship is open only to current college women or recently graduated college women.

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