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Marketing & Communications Intern

Generation Fearless seeks a dynamic self-starter to support and contribute to the organization’s marketing and communications efforts. This internship is an excellent opportunity to gain hands-on experience working for a small, growing nonprofit organization and take the lead on small projects.

Job Details

LOCATION: 

Fully Remote (Organization based in NJ)

DURATION: 

Start and end dates are flexible based on the candidate’s schedule, academic, and/or program requirements. 

DUTIES:

Reporting directly to the Founder & Executive Director, the Marketing & Communications Intern will support and contribute to the organization’s strategic plan.

 

General duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Creating both written and visual content for various channels, including website, social media, email, and the organization’s newsletter

  • Social media account management, including scheduling posts, monitoring inboxes, and responding to comments and messages for specific campaigns assigned

  • Writing press releases for events and announcements

  • Research and gather content related to the first-generation experience (first-generation immigrant, college student, professional, entrepreneur, and investor)

  • Write and edit compelling stories that shed light on the lived experience of first-generation women

  • Create promotional materials for upcoming events and community outreach

  • All other duties as assigned

WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING:

  • Overall Responsibility

    • Reporting directly to the Founder & Executive Director, the Marketing & Communications Intern will support and contribute to the organization’s strategic plan

  • Content Collection

    • Research and gather content related to the first-generation experience (first-generation immigrant, college student, professional, entrepreneur, and investor)

  • Content Production

    • Creating both written and visual content for various channels, including website, social media, email, and the organization’s newsletter

    • Write and edit compelling stories that shed light on the lived experience of first-generation women

    • Create promotional materials for upcoming events and community outreach

    •  Social media account management, including scheduling posts, monitoring inboxes, and responding to comments and messages for specific campaigns assigned

    • Writing press releases for events and announcements

  • Administrative Assistance

    • All other duties as assigned

 

GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS:

We’re looking for the right candidate, not the perfect candidate. That’s why we encourage you to apply if you’re interested in the role and believe you’d be an asset to our team, even if you don’t check every box below:

 

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Strong creative writing skills – you’re able to quickly and concisely string together pieces of information to form a cohesive and impactful narrative

  • Enthusiasm for creative work – you’re an innovative, inquisitive, problem-solver who takes initiative and is eager to learn, try new things, and share ideas

  • The ability to give and receive constructive and actionable feedback

  • Demonstrable experience in using Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, TickTock, and Instagram to publish content

  • Exceptional organizational skills and the ability to work independently to prioritize tasks and meet deadlines, including the capacity to self-motivate and build structure where none exists

  • The capacity to remain flexible and adaptable

  • Solutions-oriented mindset – you’re not easily discouraged and enjoy unraveling complex challenges

  • Proficiency in MS 365 – Word, PowerPoint, Outlook, SharePoint, Excel

  • Proficiency in Google Suite – Drive, Gmail, Google Meet, Docs, Sheets, Forms, Slides

 

BONUS SKILLS:

  • Graphic design experience and familiarity with Canva, Adobe Creative Suite and/or other design tools

  • Copywriting experience

  • Knowledge of current digital trends and best practices

  • Video and photography skills (shooting, editing, or both!)

  • Previous marketing/communications and/or nonprofit experience

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