Communications Intern

internship - part time,

Alzheimer's Association
Saint Louis, MO
Closed
Posted 91 Days ago
Alzheimer's Association
Saint Louis, MO
internship - part time,
Posted 91 Days ago
Closed

Description

Alzheimer Communications Internship Applied 10/04/19 3.6 Alzheimer's Association Saint Louis, MO Communications Internship Alzheimer's Association Applied 10/04/19 Applied 10/04/19 Job Company Rating Reviews The Alzheimer's Association Greater Missouri Chapter is seeking a motivated, creative, self starter to work with the communications team for the summer. The position will focus on writing, content development, and media relations. This is a part time (15-20 hours per week), paid position based in the Chapter's St. Louis office. The start and end dates are flexible, though the desired time frame is mid-May through mid- August. This is an awesome opportunity to gain both hands on communications experience and produce portfolio-level writing pieces. Essential Job Functions Develop compelling content featuring chapter client families, volunteers, Walk to End Alzheimer's and Longest Day participants and teams Write media pitches, stories, and social media posts Conduct outreach to local media outlets Provide general project support to Communications team Assist with video development/editing Minimum Requirements Strong writer with ability to produce clean, concise, and creative copy Experience with developing content for either media or social media Strong attention-to-detail skills Ability to manage multiple projects at once Proficiency with Microsoft Office applications Complete work during traditional work day (9am-5pm) with some flexibility to assist on an occasional evening and weekend Rising junior or senior undergraduate or graduate student in communications, marketing or journalism Overview Website www.alz.org Headquarters Chicago, IL, United States Size 51 to 200 employees Founded 1980 Type Non-profit Organisation Industry Non-Profit Revenue 500 million to 1 billion (INR) per year Competitors Unknown Alzheimer's Association Rating 3.6 Star Star Star Star Star Recommend to a friend Approve of CEO (no image) Harry Johns 103 Ratings Alzheimer's Association Reviews

Skills

social media, event planning, editing, media relations, writing, journalism, web content, content development, creativity, microsoft office, marketing, management, video, flexibility, motivation

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