To promote transformational growth through a holistic approach.
Transformed lives, transformed communities.
Under the direction of the Life Enrichment Center’s Administrative & Communication Director the Social Media Intern will support the support staff to boost brand engagement and increase revenue.
Assist with the design and execution of social media campaigns
Create weekly and monthly editorial calendars to promote company brands on social media
Create and distribute content such as blogs, infographics, video and press releases on social media and traditional news outlets
Track social media engagement to identify high-performing ideas and campaigns for scalability.
Support staff at live and online events
Assists with communication pieces throughout the building, program flyers, and PowerPoint updates.
Assists with preparing mailings to support Marketing & Communication function.
Provides support to website maintenance and updates.
Fosters an inclusive work environment.
Is courteous, gives sincere attention to participants by answering questions & troubleshooting issues.
Provides excellent support to all staff, participants, program partners and volunteers, including responding to inquiries/concerns in timely manner, being courteous and giving sincere attention to all individuals, knowing individual’s names and using their names when speaking to them.
Maintains confidentiality of agency information and exercises discretion when dealing with sensitive information.
Carries out other duties as assigned by the Supervisor.
Education and Certifications
Currently enrolled in college or a recent graduate with a bachelor’s degree in digital communication or related field such as advertising, journalism or graphic design
Experience with major social media platforms including Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Pinterest, Snap, etc.
Knowledge of social media analytics software, such as Facebook Insights to track audience engagement and campaign performance
Interested in social media trends
Available to 10-15 hours per week
Experience, Knowledge & Abilities:
Minimum age of 18.
Strong administrative and organizational skills.
Ability to work under stress and meet deadlines
Strong verbal and written communications skills.
Ability to maintain discretion and integrity in handling confidential information.
Demonstrated customer service and follow up skills.
Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, office technology, ability to learn and use various software including website maintenance, donor management databases, etc.
Interest in or general understanding of the needs of low-income individuals.
Serve as a catalyst for community change by creating an environment of grace that offers life building, life sustaining services to those in need.
Since the inception of the Life Enrichment Center in September of 2001, our chief goal has been to meet people of our community at their point of need - both physically and spiritually. By providing meals and groceries and by offering a host of practical programs including: Job Services, ESL, Computer, Adult Basic Literacy and Health, we aim to help educate our clients and offer assistance in their time of need.
GED preparation, Computer Lab, Nutrition, Relationship building, Bible Study and the semi-annual Health Fairs are just part of what makes our goals attainable. Also, the plentiful, hot meals prepared onsite may be a person's only meal that day. The groceries they take home allow them to prepare meals for themselves.
By taking advantage of these services, the clients obtain the desired end result; helping themselves.