Eliz Creative PR/Marketing Internships

Summer PR/Marketing internship position available at Eliz Creative: We are a local marketing company specializing in serving summer camps and outdoor brands by offering digital solutions and guidance for growth. This unpaid position would involve creating social media content, tracking analytics and performing research related to marketing trends. This is an opportunity to gain practical hands-on experience by working on current projects as well as having the chance to propose new ideas and concepts. Mentorship opportunities are also available – partake in the mentorship program to enjoy the guidance of a seasoned professional who will be a long-term valued resource. This position is remote.

Applicant must be:
-A motivated self-starter with strong time management skills and the ability to work remotely
-An excellent communicator, highly professional and have a client-focused attitude
-Creative, inventive, and problem-solving with the ability to take direction
-Able to multitask, meet deadlines and be adaptable to various work/interpersonal styles
-Capable of taking on other duties as needed

Experience must include:
-Current enrollment in Marketing/PR/Graphic Design Bachelor’s program
-Completion of Sophomore year or later
-Minimum GPA of 3.0
-Proficiency in Canva, Google Docs
-Experience with a variety of social media platforms

Experience may include:
-Video editing
-Experience with Squarespace or other web content platforms
-Analytics
-SEO
-Photoshop and InDesign
-Social media advertising

To apply, please send cover letter, resume, and at least one example of original social media content to Eliz at eliz@elizcreative.com

To find out more about our company and mission, visit our website at elizcreative.com, follow Eliz Creative on Instagram at elizcreative, on Twitter at elizharrison, or like our page on Facebook!



Greensboro History Museum Internships

The Greensboro [N.C.] History Museum is pleased to announce five paid and two unpaid internship opportunities for  summer 2021. Internships are open to undergraduate or graduate students with a demonstrated  interest in a museum, library or archives career and will offer valuable professional experience at a  Smithsonian Affiliate and American Alliance of Museums–accredited institution. 

The paid internships offer a $2,000 stipend for a minimum of 160 hours of work. Internship hours may be  worked mid-May to mid-August (unless otherwise noted) typically over 6–8 weeks, with the actual  schedule determined after selection. 

To apply, please submit the online form at https://greensborohistory.org/internships. You will  need to attach the following three documents: 

1. a personal statement indicating the internship for which you are applying, a description  of your career plans and related experience, your reasons for seeking the internship, and  how your efforts might benefit the Greensboro History Museum; 

2. a resume with contact information for two academic or work references; and,

3. your academic transcript (unofficial accepted).  

The application deadline is Sunday, March 14, 2021. For questions, e-mail  museum@greensborohistory.org 


NC Conservation Network Online Organizing Intern 

Job Description: 

The North Carolina Conservation Network is seeking candidates for a part-time paid online  organizing internship. The internship will be 20 hours per week during normal business  hours and will run from June 7 to August 2 (dates are flexible). 

The NC Conservation Network is a statewide network of approximately 75 environmental,  health, and environmental justice organizations. The NC Conservation Network directly  advocates for equitable and sustainable solutions for our environment and public health. 

The Online Organizing Intern will receive a first-hand experience in working at a statewide  environmental nonprofit. The candidate’s responsibilities will involve: 

• Helping to map and assess the environmental community’s social  

media footprint and online presence. 

• Researching and compiling findings and presenting to our staff. 

• Exploring and evaluating new social media tools and channels for the  organization. 

• Researching and presenting examples of innovative practices for social media  and online organizing. 

Applicants should be excited about social media, digital innovation, data-driven  insight, engaging with online audiences, and learning more about North Carolina’s  environmental community. Ideal candidates will be self-starters with a collaborative spirit who  are detail-oriented and have good time management skills. 

Location: The internship will be remote. The Online Organizing Intern will meet with staff over  video conference. Current students enrolled at a North Carolina college or university are  preferred. 

Ideal Qualifications: 

• Ideal candidates will have a major, minor or, strong  

interest in communications, political science, environmental studies, or public  policy. 

• Knowledge and comfort with wide range of social media platforms, especially  with Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. 

• Ability and experience with compiling and presenting data. 

• Demonstrated interest in progressive issues and, in particular, an interest in  environmental, environmental justice and public health issues. 

• Eagerness to learn new things and collaborate with our team. 

• Ability to work 100% remotely during the pandemic.

Salary: 

The stipend for this internship will be $2,000 for the 8-week internship. 

Close date: While applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, it is recommended to apply by  March 22. Internship is open until filled. 

Contact Name: Brittany Iery 

Application Instructions: 

While applications will be accepted on a rolling basis, it is recommended to apply by March  22. Internship is open until filled. To apply, email both a resume and cover letter  to brittany@ncconservationnetwork.org with the subject “Attn: Online Organizing Intern” 

NC Conservation Network is an equal opportunity employer, and all applicants will be  considered. We are committed to a diverse and inclusive workplace where we learn and work  together to change the world. Women and people of color are strongly encouraged to apply.


Lincoln Financial Group Sales Internship Opportunities

The Campus Greensboro Fellows Program officially has two, paid summer sales internships open for application on their exclusive job board! See what internships are available here or check out the most recent listing:  

Lincoln Financial Group, Sales Intern (2 Openings)

Application Deadline: TBA

Applying for internships through the Fellows Program is a 2-step process:  

  1. Apply to the Fellows Program, which requires a list of professional references.   
  2. Once you apply to the Fellows Program, you will be given a link to access our internship job board. You can then apply to specific internship opportunities through that platform.

If you accept an internship through the Campus Greensboro Fellows Program, you become a Fellow and in addition to your internship, you will attend several events, trainings, and workshops with a cohort of high-achieving peers. It is an amazing way for you to build your network, differentiate yourself, and enhance your career opportunities. Check out this short video to learn more about what it is like to be a Campus Greesnboro Fellow!  

For more information or any questions about the 2021 Fellows Program, email Caroline Dean Glover at cdeanglover@actiongreensboro.org.


Fall Internship Opportunity

Internship available now for someone who is social media savvy and could do website updates. A technical background is also desired, as there could be some technical writing involved. The company does solar lighting. If you or anyone you know of anyone is looking for a PAID internship, please contact Peggy Barron-Antolin at 336.420.2170 or peggy.barron@officeevolution.com to learn more.


How To Get A Paid Internship

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Dr. Pete Peters has given us a blueprint for landing desired and meaningful internships as students and beyond. His experience as Ph.D. recipient, Past Director of the Washington University Entrepreneurship Center, Serial Entrepreneur, Inventor, Investor are the first reasons to tune in to this episode. What do you want to achieve out of an internship? Click the slides for insightful tips from this session.


NCPIRG Students

Interested in learning how to mobilize your community? Want to spend your summer working on issues that you care about? Then you should apply for Student PIRGs Campus Internships!

We train students to analyze problems, advocate for smart solutions, and build public support. You’ll also work one-on-one with a full-time Field Organizer, providing you a unique and mentored experience.

PROTECT THE PUBLIC INTEREST! MAKE A DIFFERENCE:

  • Gain firsthand experience into the political and campaigning process
  • Sharpen your communication skills by working with the media
  • Learn to develop and run an effective campaign to influence decision-makers
  • Gain experience recruiting and working with volunteers
  • Learn to build a coalition and work with coalition partners
  • Work remotely while making an impact

We are working hard on college campuses across the state to defend our democracy and make voting easier and more accessible, especially in the wake of ongoing changes and barriers due to covid-19. Want to join the fight? Fill out the application and an organizer will be in touch with you shortly! Visit studentpirgs.org for more information.

Graduating seniors are also encouraged to apply to our full time jobs here!

Questions can be directed to Jennifer Hibberts, NCPIRG Campus Organizer at jhibberts@studentpirgs.org.


GPS Internships- Spring 2020

Greensboro Project Space (GPS) is UNCG School of Art’s off-campus contemporary art center located in Downtown Greensboro. GPS is looking for students to do credited internships for the Spring 2020 semester. The student will work with closely with site Director, MFA Graduate Assistant, and visiting artists.

Read the GPS expanded mission here:

www.greensboroprojectspace.com/mission

Positions: 

Graphic Design Intern – Responsible for creating flyers, posters, website content, and miscellaneous promotional materials. 

Operations Interns – Interns will learn about producing exhibitions, curating, installing/de-installing exhibitions, community outreach, communications, and more. 

5-8 hours per week for 2 credits

9 hours per week for 3 credits

If you are interested in the internship please first check with your advisor and then email Adam to set up an interview. 

ajcarlin@uncg.edu


Greensboro History Museum

The Greensboro History Museum is pleased to announce paid and unpaid summer internship opportunities for currently enrolled undergraduate and graduate students in a range of disciplines including history, library science, marketing, education and more. Please share with students in your department who might be interested.

More information and online application materials may be found at https://greensborohistory.org/about-us/internships

The deadline to apply is December 1st, 2020.

Please direct any questions to museum@greensborohistory.org.

Thank you.

Glenn

Glenn Perkins, Curator of Community History

Greensboro History Museum

City of Greensboro

Phone: 336.373.2610

130 Summit Avenue, Greensboro NC  27401


Entrepreneurship Major and Minors Wanted

The Center for Visual Artists is looking for a few qualified entrepreneurship interns to assist with Marketing and Guest Services. The CVA is a non-profit arts organization that serves local artists at all levels through educational programs, exhibition opportunities, and community outreach. We are conveniently located in downtown Greensboro within the Cultural Arts Center. Please send resume and letter of interest to 

devon.mcknight@greensboroart.org.www.greensboroart.org

200 North Davie st. Greensboro, NC

336-333-7475


Natures Alternatives

Company wants to hire a student intern to take on social media responsibility and growth for CDB BIOCARE PRODUCTS.  Knowledge of social media and marketing is essential.  This will be a paid position with ability to work maximum hours allowed as an intern student. This employment can start immediately and run be for entire year. Would prefer business or entrepreneurship major.

Also, paid Summer Internship to start immediately. The intern will be required to set up Facebook business page and promote Instagram Marketing Sales Advertising. Person should know social media and marketing. Knowledge of social media marketing required.

Contact Information: Jacqueline Jones

email: jacqueline.jones@gmail.com


New Ventures

Great opportunity to focus on developing portfolio and project skills.Minimum expectations are 10 hours per week @ $15 per hour.

Leads to additional project opportunities.

  • Web Design and Development,
  • Graphic design and Video
  • Email marketing campaign automation
  • Javascript or Java / Clojure development to work with blockchain database

Apply at newventuresnc.com.


Goat Lady Dairy

Immediate need for entrepreneurial intern who would benefit from learning all aspects launching and developing a small business.  Strong social media and Technology skills are needed.  Compensation is a negotiable stipend for a minimum of three months on minimum wage. Hours are flexible depending on student schedule and business needs.

Contact Information
Denise Robertson at 336-706-1938 by text or preferably by email 3vipllc@gmail.com

Operations Assistant Internship Opportunity at FORGE GREENSBORO

Click the below link for details.

Forge Operations Assistant Job Description (3)


Internship Opportunities: American Floral Endowment

The American Floral Endowment is offering business internship opportunities for juniors, seniors, and graduate students in Management, Information Technology, Marketing/Communications, Accounting, Sales, Logistics, Graphic Design, Human Resources, Analytics, and more. These are 10-12 week paid internships. Students can also qualify for a $2,500 scholarship. Flyer linked below
American Floral Endowment


Job Opportunity : PurEnergy Group Fitness Instructor:

Lead group exercise classes that incorporate:
 Aerobic Dance
 Light Strength Training
 Stretching
Set to music in a coordinated format.
Skills needed include: good communication skills, proper exercise execution, ability to work with a variety of fitness levels and abilities.
Times needed: 8:30am, 9:30am, 10:30 am Monday – Friday
8am Saturdays
The ideal candidate will have a group instructor certification and 6 months or more of
experience. However, I am willing to train the right candidate.

Call 336.282.4200 for Julie Luther or email Julie@julieluther.com
Learn more about PurEnergy at www.julieluther.com


Paid internship opportunity with Global Opportunity Center

The Triad Regional Export Initiative is recruiting interns to support companies working with the Global Opportunity Center to expand their exports. These are paid internships. Prospective interns would need some classwork or experience in international business.

Internship Opportunities with Fresh.Local.Good. food group

I love the idea of having interns!!  This has been an enjoyable and a mutually beneficial area for us in the past.  We have a lot of opportunities and a great need at the Foundry.  We are currently looking for help with marketing, baking, line cooks, management assistant, and retail, event planning.  I believe that I have put together a great, experienced leadership team for all departments that will serve the students well, and give us an extra hand in exchange.  Please let me know if there is something we can do on our end to help make the connections.

Contact Lee Comer if you are interested in this opportunity
Lee Comer,Owner
Fresh.Local. Good. food group
336-870-8103 (office),336-617-7108 (fax)
336-471-5205 (cell)
lee@freshlocalgoodfoodgroup.com
freshlocalgoodfoodgroup.com

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