Archives For April 2015
https://www.jobs.musc.edu/postings/29780 – May 5 Deadline to apply
The public information specialist of the university sustainability program is responsible for developing, preparing, editing, coordinating and disseminating informational and/or educational material for the program
Knowledge of journalistic principles and practices and techniques of disseminating information to the public through news media. Knowledge of grammar, composition and style. Knowledge of the methods and techniques used in planning, composing, editing and producing written and digital publications with programs such as In-Design, social media and CMS software. Knowledge of principles and methods of planning conducting and supervising large scale public relations programs. Ability to gather, organize and present oral and written information in a clear, concise and accurate manner. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the communication media and general public. Ability to supervise subordinate personnel.
- Marketing Major or Marketing Focus or Communications Major, Strong Communication Skills, Creativity,Financial Analysis, Social Media Marketing, Computer Skills, Basic Graphic Design, Effective Multi-Tasking, Sales, Current Student of the University
At Yawper we are working to create a totally new way to connect people to their community, and maximize their social life. To get there, we need exceptionally talented and driven people. If you want to be a part of the movement, you’re in luck because Yawper is looking for interns.
We’re looking for hungry, adventurous, marketing-oriented summer interns who can help take our college/university marketing game to a whole new level. The ideal candidates are creative, very organized, know everything about College life, and absolutely love going out with their friends. The internship will begin as soon as the candidate is accepted and will end September 1st (dates can be flexible).
Interns will help design and recruit us for the Yawper campus rep program, research expansion opportunities, and plan and execute marketing campaigns. This program will challenge your creativity, marketing skills and business acumen. By the end of the program, you will have learned a lot through your experience.
- Research, recruit, design and plan for the Fall 2015/Spring 2016 Campus Rep Program.
- Put together informational documents for Campus Reps and university administrations.
- Design and execute guerilla marketing campaigns.
- Research expansion opportunities and identify additional growth opportunities
- Balance and manage campaign budgets
- A hard worker
- An interest in start ups and a love for all things social
- Deep knowledge of nightlife around your campus
- Insatiable curiosity that leads to coming up with unconventional, creative solutions
- Strong presentation and writing abilities, with the ability to communicate complicated ideas in simple understandable ways
- Experience planning and executing scrappy marketing campaigns
- Will be living near their college campus, or another city during the duration of the program.
Contact Benjamin Hintz (email@example.com) if interested.
American Lung Association in South Carolina
Development/Health Promotions Internship
Responsibilities: The American Lung Association (ALA) in South Carolina implements many programs in the Charleston area, including healthy air initiatives, asthma education programs, lung disease research, and smoking cessation clinics. A major role of staff is obtaining the funds to implement these programs. Much of these funds are raised through events. We have three major events in the Charleston area: the Fight for Air Climb is a fitness event held at the North Charleston Coliseum in the summer, the “Lowcountry Dancing with the Stars” Oxygen Ball is a formal gala held at the Charleston Marriott in early spring, and the LUNG FORCE Run/Walk is held at Folly Beach in the fall.
Summer and Fall interns will primarily help with planning of the Fight for Air Climb and the LUNG FORCE Run/Walk. Roles may include marketing the event, updating our social media pages with event information, coordinating event setup and activities, researching possible sponsorship opportunities, recruiting teams and volunteers to participate in the event, entering information into our data management system, website design, and helping with other logistics.
The intern may also help with other projects that come up. The intern will be asked to complete basic office administrative tasks such as making phone calls, filing documents, mailing letters, and data entering.
This is a non-paid position.
Hours: The intern may work 8-10 hours each week through the 14 week period. Hours will be flexible.
Skills: The intern should have excellent written and oral communication skills. He/she should be proficient in Microsoft Office, organized, and detail-oriented. Professional demeanor in dealing with the public is a must.
Location: The internship will take place at the American Lung Association in South Carolina’s office at 44-A Markfield Drive in Charleston (West Ashley).
Travel: No long distance travel will be involved. If the intern is willing, they may be asked to complete some tasks that require local travel. They will be reimbursed for their mileage.
*If interested, please email your resume to Brittany Greer, Development/Health Promotions Manager: Brittany.firstname.lastname@example.org
Ohm Radio provides listener-supported, non-profit, non-commercial, locally-produced programming dedicated to serving Charleston, SC with a wide range of community perspectives. We operate in a nonpartisan, nonsectarian manner. We believe that democracy cannot flourish when only a few have access to the media, so we aspire to be a forum for voices and points of view that are underrepresented in our community’s existing media. Our goal is to inform and empower listeners to play an active role in Ohm Radio and in the Charleston community. Our programming promotes the arts, equality, peace, sustainability, democracy, health, and social and economic justice. Because we believe that knowledge is power we work diligently to bring rich educational resources to our listening audience.
Our mission is to promote the arts by: providing local programming that promotes democracy, sustainability and a healthy community; To broadcast programming that reflects and strengthens the diverse cultural fabric of our local community; and to educate our listening audience about artists, musicians and all artists that uniquely express an understanding of our community and our world.
We are looking for an intern to work 11 to 20 hours a week from May to December. This is an unpaid internship. If interested, please email Vikki Matsis.”