You will work closely with the Executive Director and possibly some Board Members assisting with marketing and public relations. You will gain experience in:
-Digital communications, including email blasts and media alerts
-Plan and execute social media content, track impact, engage with users
-Write press release, bio, fact sheet, feature story, web content, blog post
-Generate press kits
-Assist with online marketing
-Help identify new marketing opportunities
-Report on findings
-Assist with special projects
Helps if you have these qualifications:
-Excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills.
-Some experience with social media beyond the basics-scheduling posts, Facebook ads, growing follower bases, etc.
-Strong interest in news, media, journalism, and organizational communications.
-Strong interest in arts and culture and follow local and national news and trends.
This volunteer position or internship is focused on providing real-world training and an out-of-classroom educational experience to those interested in pursuing a career in communications, public relations, journalism, and/or arts administration.
This volunteer position can be offsite or in our office. If working offsite, you may be required to periodically come into the office. If working onsite, we will schedule your days. This is an unpaid volunteer position; however, it can also equate to an internship with exchanged hours worked for university credit. We would be happy to make arrangements to accommodate this. We would like a commitment of at least 6 hours a week (or to be determined by an internship). This position can be ongoing, but we would like your engagement for at least 2-3 months.
- Social Media / Blogging
- Content Management Systems
- Marketing & Communications (Mar/Com)
- Public Relations
- Interactive/Social Media/SEO
- Community Outreach
Good Match For
Teens People 55+ Group
Requirements & Commitment
- Must be at least 16
- Min. 6 hours/week for a mim. of 2-3 months.
- Interest in the local arts and cultural community!