Social Media Coordinator Intern

internship - part time,

Connected Two
Boston, MA
Closed
Posted 89 Days ago
Connected Two
Boston, MA
internship - part time,
Posted 89 Days ago
Closed

Description

Social Media Coordinator Intern Connected Two - Boston, MA 8 hours agoInternshipEstimated: $21,000 - $28,000 a year Apply Now Skills * Blogging Connected Two (CTD2) is a Start-up Model Network based in Braintree, MA. Connected Two is a platform for Models. The mission of Connected Two is to bring Models and other creatives together to connect & collaborate on projects and build network relationships.We are looking for a Social Media Coordinator Intern to come join our team for the Summer! Responsibilities: * Create online marketing strategies to build brand awareness and presence. * Manage all social media handles (Instagram, Linkedin, Twitter, Pinterest.) * Brainstorm audience engagement strategies * Research and write blogs based on interviews conducted by Connected Two and information related to industry. * Manage and grow CTD2 collaboration program Qualifications: * Individuals passionate about fashion, photography, modeling etc. * Dedicated to CTD2 Mission and Vision * Flexible and able to balance various responsibilities * Creative individual * Ability to work with others and independently * Highly Innovative * Expertise working as a content curator * Superb blogging/writing skills * Experience working with start-up companies preferred. Additional Notes: No college experience is required. Hands-on experience is necessary. This is a Summer internship opportunity, that may transition to a part-time internship position. Job Type: Internship

Skills

social media, blogging, online marketing, writing, twitter, brand development, web content, instagram, pinterest, brand awareness, linkedin, creativity, content curation, management, research

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