HealthStart’s mission is to provide the blueprints for building healthier communities through children’s health science education. We teach kids how their body works, what it’s made of, and how this relates to what to eat and how to keep their bodies healthy. HealthStart lessons also teach kids that taking care of one another, and our environment builds community health and wellbeing.
HealthStart seeks an intern interested in building a healthier future for our children by helping us create a digital marketing strategy to amplify our message and magnify our impact. Our Digital Marketing Strategist Intern will gain experience in a variety of tasks that include media outreach, content creation, developing marketing/public relations strategies, and nonprofit development.
HealthStart seeks a part-time Digital Marketing Strategist Intern with highly developed organizational skills, time management, and creative talents. Interns work 12-15 hours per week under the supervision of our Executive Director.
You will be part of a team shaping HealthStart’s message through social media, marketing campaigns designed to inform and attract new visitors/supporters, and related tasks. All of these experiences should be highly transferable to a professional work environment.
Job responsibilities may include:
Working with HealthStart staff to develop a strategy to maximize the impact of our social media and other digital marketing campaigns .
Crafting innovative account-based marketing campaigns and assist in analyzing and reporting campaign results.
Create original marketing content, blog posts, and social media posts that engage audiences across multiple channels (Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc.)
Identify real-time trends & translate to social media opportunities.
Prospecting & interacting with social media accounts to raise HealthStart’s profile and brand awareness
Create monthly marketing reports using Google Analytics and social media insights
Review online content to ensure SEO maximization through the use of keywords, #tags, and other strategies
Work directly with HealthStart’s Marketing and Communications Committee
Other marketing and communications related tasks as assigned
Candidates for the position must have work or volunteer experience, and/or course work in public relations, communications, digital marketing, nonprofit development or related activities. A strong interest in health and wellness or early childhood education is preferred. Must be familiar with basic computer operations including MS WORD, EXCEL, and the Internet specifically social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, etc.
In addition, candidates should have some or all of the following skills:
Ability to analyze and draw meaningful conclusions from data
A willingness to learn new things or new ways of doing things
Ability to meet deadlines with little or no daily onsite supervision
Attention to detail
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Enthusiasm about making a difference
Bilingual (Spanish) Preferred
Compensation This is an unpaid internship.
Application Due Date
Interested candidates should submit a resume, cover letter (required), and portfolio, if appropriate, by email to Sharon Burley at email@example.com on or before December 11th, 2020. Two references required. Candidates must be able to begin work no later than January 22nd, 2020.
Applicants may perform their internship tasks remotely and must be able to participate in weekly virtual staff meetings(every Friday, time TBD), Marketing and Communications Committee meetings (1st Monday of every month), and other tasks as assigned.
VISION: HealthStart builds a healthier future for all through early childhood health education. MISSION: HealthStart provides the blueprints for building healthier communities through children’s science-based health education Case For Support Our wellbeing is built on physical health, emotional happiness, safety, and meaningful work or activity. People feel safe when they do not expect either harm or hurt, emotionally or physically. Both physical and emotional health are key aspects of good health and wellbeing. Teaching our children good food and fitness habits and the importance of taking care of each other and their environment sets the foundation for healthy communities. It is HealthStart’s equal focus on all three of these key aspects of good health and wellbeing that truly make our organization unique.
HealthStart empowers kids to create a healthier future for our communities through early health education. Most people know that adult health is strongly correlated to early childhood health, but with roughly one-third of Texas children are overweight or obese. This does not bode well for the health of our communities. HealthStart exists to address this urgent need for programs to help our communities achieve a healthier future. The positive effects of adopting healthy habits young persist for a lifetime. HealthStart considers high-quality early health education as important to children’s future success as learning the ABC’s and 123’s. Our science-based, Health Education for Youngsters! (HEY!) curriculum stimulates kids’ natural curiosity about how their bodies work and about the nutrition and fitness habits needed to be healthy their whole lives. As a result, children become "health change agents," bringing what they learn home and more broadly into their communities.
Children & Youth
Education & Literacy
Health & Medicine
Fri Jan 22, 2021 - Thu Apr 22, 2021
This is a Virtual Opportunity, with no fixed address.