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Creative Writing/Journalism Intern // BEACHCANDY

Start date: 02/27/2023
Unpaid Internship

6 months ago



Working with staff to prepare press releases, blogs, and marketing with brand ambassadors. 

Assisting the Designer with product development of collections and custom suits 

Assisting the Brand Director in developing marketing strategies 

Creating content to post to social media platforms


1-3+ years of journalism and creative writing (personally or professionally) 

Strong interest and eye for fashion, especially as it relates to online media & communities and social platforms 

Extremely detail-oriented and organized 

Proactive approach to problem solving and ability to work and think independently 

Passion for digital marketing 

Strong teamwork orientation; ability to coordinate projects across multiple teams, be agile and thrive within a fast paced environment 

Strong general computer skills and knowledge of Microsoft programs 

Strong write, verbal, and interpersonal communication skills 

Demonstrated experience with and passionate about social media and other platforms 

Working towards degree completion in Marketing or related field 

Ability to drive to events and store locations for media requests (must hold valid driver's license and have own vehicle) 

Must be eligible for college credit

About BeachCandy Swimwear

A Luxury Designer Women's Swimwear Brand proudly woman owned & operated. All BeachCandy products are made in the USA.
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BeachCandy Swimwear is actively interviewing now. Due to the volume of applications, BeachCandy Swimwear has indicated that they will not follow up unless you are selected for an interview.

BeachCandy Swimwear also indicates this role is likely to convert to full-time.

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