Posted by: Mworks740 | Posted on: October 23rd, 2014 | 0 Comments
Seeking Recent College Graduate for Internship
Marketing Works, Inc. (www.marketing-works.net), a Worthington-based B2B strategic communications firm, is currently seeking recent college graduates interested in gaining professional experience through an internship.
The qualified candidate is a recent college graduate who meets the following criteria:
- A journalism, communication, marketing, public relations or related major
– Availability on a full-time, set weekly schedule
– Professional appearance and attitude
– Excellent verbal and written communication skills
– Ability to work under pressure and handle multiple tasks and deadlines
This three-month long internship is an excellent learning opportunity to receive hands-on experience in a fast-paced agency environment. You will develop an understanding of and improve on your skills in public relations and business-to-business marketing communications. Interns play an active role on client account teams, day-to-day agency operations including marketing of the agency, and assist with a variety of projects.
Intern will participate in both internal status meetings and client meetings (when appropriate) as an integral part of the team. Responsibilities include:
-Media Relations: Writing, mailing and following up on news releases, compiling media lists, calling publications to obtain editorial and contact information
-Research: Researching information to collect information about an industry including competitors and trade organizations, awards and speakers’ lists
-Social Media: Supporting social media initiatives of clients by posting blogs, tweeting and leveraging other networks when appropriate
-Writing and Editing: Writing copy for press releases and other assignments; reviewing copy prepared by others for spelling, grammar and AP style.
-Marketing Coordination: Assisting with trafficking of marketing projects such as direct mail, Web site and collateral projects.
-Administrative: Answering the phones when needed, maintaining client binders, clipping client-related news stories from local and trade publications and other administrative duties as assigned
Compensation: A stipend will be awarded at the end of the internship based on performance and following a formal review.
Sound like something you’d like to do? Submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted by: Mworks740 | Posted on: September 29th, 2014 | 0 Comments
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Have you hosted a webinar? Let us know what worked for you in the comments!