Social Media Intern

internship - part time, paid

Eat The Capital
Washington, DC
Closed
Posted 63 Days ago
Eat The Capital
Washington, DC
internship - part time, paid
Posted 63 Days ago

Description

Social Media Internship Eat The Capital - Washington, DC 11 hours agoPart-timeEstimated: $24,000 - $31,000 a year Apply Now Education * Bachelor's Degree Skills * Photography * Filming * Social Media Management Eat The Capital is seeking Social Media interns to join our team! If you're looking for a way to start a career in marketing, PR, advertising, or social media management and you LOVE food this is for you! Responsibilities: * Account management for multiple social media profiles * Development of social media content and copywriting * Executing photo or video shoots at restaurants in DC/Arlington/Alexandria (and surrounding areas) * Attend media and PR events as a representative of Eat The Capital Qualifications: * Working toward a degree in marketing/PR * Familiarity with all major social networks and their features * Available for shoots during some weekdays * You must posses a camera * Strong communication and presentation skills * Photography or videography skills absolutely required Benefits: * Account managers pay is determined on how many accounts you manage * Team members who do copywriting are paid per post * Videography is paid on a project-by-project basis * Comped meals at the best restaurants in the DMV * Opportunity to network with marketing and PR professionals * The funnest team with a delicious group chat Job Types: Part-time, Internship Experience: * Social Media Management: 1 year (Preferred) * Videography: 1 year (Preferred) * Photography: 1 year (Required) Education: * Bachelor's (Preferred) Work Location: * Multiple locations * Remote/Work from home * On the road Working days: * Monday * Tuesday * Wednesday * Thursday * Friday * Saturday * Sunday Typical start time: * 10AM Typical end time: * 4PM

Skills

social media, advertising, communication, copywriting, web content, social media management, marketing, event management, photography, account management, video, presentations, videography, camera, food

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