Unpaid Undergraduate Intern

Location
Shrewsbury, MA
Posted
Mar 03, 2017
Employment Type
Full Time
Institution Type
Four-Year Institution
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The overall responsibility of the Marketing Intern is to promote interaction and improve communication to all Work Without Limits (WWL) stakeholders. Stakeholders include employers, employer service providers and community organizations, individuals with disabilities, specifically job seekers with disabilities and their family members. The Marketing intern's goal will be to successfully drive traffic to Work Without Limits websites and social media sites including, but not limited to: the Work Without Limits (WWL) site (www.workwithoutlimits.org); Work Without Limits online job board - Jobs Without Limits (JWL) (https://jobswithoutlimits.org/), and the WWL social media sites (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn).

This is an unpaid temporary, non-benefitted role.

MAJOR RESPONSIBILITIES:

Assist the WWL Communications Manager in developing, updating, and maintaining content on the WWL and JWL websites Develop, research and post informative and frequent updates on all WWL social networking pages (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn) Develop and present monthly reports on WWL and JWL metrics and statistics With the guidance of the WWL Communications Manager, perform regular audits and reviews of all WWL marketing and promotional materials With the guidance of WWL Staff, assist in the preparation, development and dissemination of WWL briefing materials such as PowerPoint presentations, Fact Sheets, and other information and resources as needed Assist the WWL Communications Manager in researching and documenting prospective events and conferences in which WWL could participate in as either a speaker, exhibitor, sponsor, or attendee

Qualifications

Bachelor's degree candidate Knowledge of web content management tools preferred (i.e. wordpress, moodle, drupal, etc.) Knowledge of social media websites, including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn Knowledge of MS Office Package, specifically MS Word, Excel and PowerPoint. Knowledge of Adobe InDesign and other Adobe Creative Cloud products preferred Must be reliable, tech savvy, and a self-starter At the end of the internship, the intern will have the opportunity to present their accomplishments and deliverables to the full Disability, Health and Employment Policy Unit at a monthly staff meeting.

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