Blog Coordinator

internship - part time, unpaid

A Family For Every Child
Eugene, OR
Posted 33 Days ago
A Family For Every Child
Eugene, OR
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 33 Days ago



Help build the different areas of our blog to include all our programs. Monitor on a regular basis, work with families to engage them and add their blogs. Incorporate it into our website, social media, and outreach to create awareness of the blog to support other families.


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

  • Evaluate our existing blog, other adoptions support blogs, write up options, and present to the Executive Director.
  • Decide on elements to add/ improve our blog
  • Create marketing plan and timeline
  • Outline plan for completion of web work needed
  • Design marketing outreach to families to create and engage families
  • Create web, newsletter, targeted emails, PSA, a targeted email for outreach, make sure blog is well represented, and that all social media channels are updated.
  • Monitor blog posts on a regular/daily basis
  • Execute plan, work through barriers, evaluate, and take next step


social media, blogging, marketing, design, e-newsletter, outreach services, event planning, event management, public relations, arts administration, social networking, facebook, fundraising, editing, corporate events

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