Marketing and Communications Fellow

Office of the State Treasurer and Receiver GeneralMA

8 months ago


Job Title

Marketing and Communications Fellow

Job Location

Hybrid remote in Boston, MA 02108

Job Overview

The Office of Economic Empowerment (OEE) is seeking a creative Marketing and Communications Fellow to support the outreach and marketing efforts of the department. In this full-time role, the fellow will oversee the creation and daily management of an Instagram account for the office and develop graphic designs for digital and print projects, with a focus on Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion (DEI) initiatives. This fellowship offers the opportunity to develop skills in marketing and content creation. The position will be full-time from June through Mid-August, with the potential for extension.


  • Pay: $20.00 per hour
  • Benefits:
    • Paid time off


  • Oversee the creation of an Instagram account for the office.
  • Manage the daily content of the Instagram account once it's live and assist with other social media needs as assigned.
  • Assist in designing assets for social media and physical materials like flyers, rack cards, and other promotional materials.
  • Create videos for social media and YouTube.
  • Support the Marketing Officer in developing internal communication guidelines and best practices regarding DEI efforts.
  • Work with external design vendors to request branded materials like logos and other designs.
  • Assist the Marketing Officer with weekly social media copy across multiple platforms.
  • Assist staff by promoting their events and programs through various digital venues.
  • Other duties as assigned.


  • Current student of a 4-year undergraduate or graduate program studying Communication, Marketing, Graphic Design, or any field relating to our office's mission.
  • Interest in economic empowerment and financial education.
  • Prior experience supporting DEI initiatives.
  • Basic to intermediate Adobe Creative Suite skills.
  • Basic to intermediate photo and video skills.
  • Experience with Canva or any related software.

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