Princess Event Planner

internship - part time, unpaid

A Family For Every Child
Eugene, OR
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Posted 76 Days ago
A Family For Every Child
Eugene, OR
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 76 Days ago

Description

JOB SUMMARY:                                                                                                                                         

Princess for a Day is an annual event put on by A Family For Every Child to help raise awareness for the foster care system. During this event, foster children (and others) are given the opportunity to dress up and be royalty for a day. The intern/volunteer in the Princess Event Planner position will be responsible for planning and carrying out the event. This person will coordinate experienced volunteers and tools to plan event.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

Under the supervision of the Executive Director, the intern/volunteer will:

?       Research past princess events and write up changes needed, goals for this event, funding, and attendee’s partners.

?       Compile team of past volunteers, assess supplies and plan for needed growth.

?       Interview past volunteers to create new plan, assign committee heads, and identify new needs.

?       Recruit, train, and engage new volunteers.

?       Plan a timeline for tasks to be completed.

?       Plan marketing calendar, social media plan, and advertising campaign.

?       Work with web team to build webpage.

?       Build email templates, press releases, PSAs, and other marketing tools.

?       Carry out event.

?       Make plan for next year.

Skills

event planning, event management, marketing, social media, advertising, press releases, research, campaigns, meeting planning, tourism, corporate events, special events, public relations, sponsorship, coordinating special events

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