Events Lead

internship - part time, unpaid

Gloetry Assembly
Brooklyn, NY
Posted 74 Days ago
Gloetry Assembly
Brooklyn, NY
internship - part time, unpaid
Posted 74 Days ago


Gloetry Assembly is seeking a Women's Circle Events Lead who would like to hone their creative craft with a woman-run small business!

Gloetry Assembly creates safe, non-judgmental spaces where women are able to tap into their strength, experience deeper connections with themselves, heal, and cultivate sisterhood. We are the go-to place for feminine replenishment, honest conversation and community building. Were growing fast and want a creative spirit to join the team!

- Exposure to NYCs movers and shakers, entrepreneurs and thought leaders across industries working to empower women
- Creative agency to develop the brand image in collaboration with business owner
- Hands-on experience with entrepreneurship and developing a business
- Reference letter or letter of recommendation as needed
- Support for your entrepreneurial endeavors + portfolio development
- Training session on how to create a healing space for women to gather, connect and empower each other ($200 value)

We're driven by our passion for sisterhood and empowering women of all backgrounds. As such, this is an opportunity for any self-identifying woman who believes in our vision for every woman and girl to embrace their most authentic selves. Underrepresented minorities are encouraged to apply!

Our womens circles are for women, women-identifying and non-binary people of all backgrounds. We create an intersectional space, which means that we encourage the exploration of how all aspects of our identity, including but not limited to race, sexual orientation, ethnicity, religion, country of origin, age, mental and physical ability, education, socio-economic background etc. intersect with and impact our experiences as women. We give space to groups who have historically been marginalized in society and have disproportionately struggled to have their voices heard.

As the Events Lead, you will work closely with the business owner to organize and restructure the inner workings of the business now that it's growing (fast!) and expanding its reach. Specifically, you will:

- Help set up and attend women's' events, learning how to co-facilitate with the business owner
- Manage volunteers
- Create all programming invitations and event publicity (Eventbrite, facebook etc.)
- Create all marketing collateral for each event
- Support relationship development between Gloetry Assembly and influencers and thought leaders across the wellness space (identifying and connecting with potential collaborators, coordinating their involvement with the organization, and cultivating their relationship with business owner)
- Assist in the day to day administrative needs of the business (this includes sending calendar invites for events, emails to attendees, and answering emails)

- Junior, senior, graduate or postgraduate student classification at an accredited college or university
- Superior organizational skills, experience with project management a plus
- Familiar in design software such as, Canva, Adobe Acrobat Spark
- Proficient in social media platforms (Facebook, Instagram)
- Comfortable with marketing platforms such as MailChimp
- Strong interest in developing emotional intelligence, empathy, and communication skills
- A passion for women’s health, women’s empowerment, and supporting sisterhood
- Familiarity with major online work platforms (google docs, microsoft office, trello etc.)
- A natural organizer who loves to bring people together
- Previous event planning experience a plus
- Ability to work 20 hours per week
- A minimum 3.0 GPA required (or final GPA)
- Previous internship and/or professional experience preferred
- Capacity to learn and apply new concepts in a dynamic environment quickly
- Willingness to work both independently and as part of a team
- Exceptional problem-solving abilities; resourceful
- Excellent communication skills - both verbal and written
- Willingness to bring new ideas and strategies to the team
- Eye for interior design and decorating a plus
- Access to NYC


event management, event planning, social media, facebook, brand development, publicity, creativity, instagram, written and verbal communication, microsoft office, project management, training, problem solving, organization, entrepreneurship

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