Social Media and Marketing Internship

internship - full time, unpaid

TeamBonding
Stoughton, MA
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Posted 17 Days ago
TeamBonding
Stoughton, MA
internship - full time, unpaid
Posted 17 Days ago

Description

Maybe you’ve experienced some sort of “team building” activity in your past. Odds are, it was forced and awkward. TeamBonding is the result. Fresh, exciting, strategically-focused fun is what clients want from us, and that’s exactly what they get. For Fortune 500 companies and smallish non-profits, for start-ups and universities, our remarkable facilitators have delivered literally thousands of team building events around the globe. We are looking for a Social Media and Marketing Intern to join our team this summer! You have the opportunity to be directly working and collaborating with the CEO and the Marketing Manager. As an intern, your day to day responsibilities include: - Managing and organizing content for all social media networks - Developing social media campaigns - Planning, creating and editing daily blog posts for multiple company websites - Event Promotion - Competitive Research - Attending bi-weekly brainstorming meetings to cultivate new materials & ideas - Presenting accomplishments and goals to TeamBonding staff at monthly team meeting

Skills

social media, social media marketing, editing, web content, campaigns, research, event management, team building, organization, non-profit fund development, start-ups, cooking, planning, brainstorming, event promotion

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