Social Media Marketing Intern

internship - part time, unpaid

Second Story Boutique
Washington, DC
Posted 57 Days ago
Second Story Boutique
Washington, DC
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 57 Days ago


Second Story Boutique Specializes in "Inspiring People Through Style From The Inside Out" Our small yet forward-thinking, fast paced consignment boutique is looking to hire interns with a strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, including various social media websites. The boutique is currently redesigning its website, and will soon re-launch the website as well as our social media platforms. The intern hired for this position will need to be creative and have some knowledge of fashion, styles and trends.


  • Contribute to website redesign project in various ways
  • Monitor and post on the website, blogs and social networks
  • Online outreach and promotion using Social Media
  • Promote the store Brand and events through social media
  • Manage and oversee social media content
  • Measure the success of social media campaigns
  • Website and social media optimization
  •  Coordinates online marketing and advertising campaigns
  • Basic knowledge of videography and photography that clearly tells the desired story
  • Utilizes social media to engage with the community of fans/followers online
  • Design and Implement social media strategy to align with Business goals

-This internship is a full time and or part time position including some weekends as necessary


social media, blogging, online marketing, online advertising, digital media, website design, web content, creativity, campaigns, social media strategy, event management, photography, fashion, brand development, videography

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