Marketing Intern

Dates of Internship: May – August 2019
Reports to: Marketing & Communications Coordinator
Application Due: April 5, 2019 

We’re searching for a summer Marketing Intern to assist with content creation, geographic expansion and field marketing initiatives to significantly grow and strengthen engagement in our mission. Term, pay, and hours will be negotiated with the candidate based on their academic requirements and schedule.

What you’ll be doing:

Marketing and Communication Initiatives

  •  Social media & newsletter

    • Find relevant content to share via our newsletter and social media channels

    • Draft and schedule social posts in CoSchedule

  • Blog content

    • Write 2-3 blog posts per month covering our pillar topics

  • Event marketing

    • Corporate partnership management and scheduling/posting content for event promotion

  • Videography

    • Assist in the creation of internal and external facing video marketing

    • High level of ownership in the creation of a user-generated content video project

EDGE Event Coordination and Assistance

We’ll have approximately six events throughout the summer season.

  • Event planning

    • Assist with set-up/tear-down of events

    • Assist with event execution and logistics during events

    • Assist with RSVP tracking

    • Assist in connecting marketing efforts within event execution

Core Growth Initiatives

  • Assist with data processing and interpretation

  • Research location specific information for new market expansion in Atlanta, GA and other regions

  • Assist with new digital marketing initiatives

  • Assist with adding special touches and hospitality to business practices (i.e. thank you gifts, unique

    follow-ups, etc.)

What we’d like you to bring to EDGE:

Educational Requirements

  • Current undergraduate or graduate student

Experience

  • Nonprofit and/or volunteer experience

  • Social media management

Required Skills:

  • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision

  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Skill to use a personal computer and various software packages

Working Conditions/Other Information

  • While there is flexibility in the work location, this position will require most hours spent working with other staff at a mutually agreed upon location.

  • The physical environment requires the employee to work in an office setting

  • May be requested to work nights and weekends for special program events


Events and Partnership Intern

Dates of Internship: May – August 2019
Reports to: EDGE|X Coordinator
Application Due: April 5, 2019 

We’re searching for a summer Events and Partnership Intern to help drive initiatives and business growth by assisting with event planning, partnership building and geographic expansion. The Events and Partnership Intern will help our team create transformative experiences at our year-round events, including Burst Events, Women’s Events and and our annual leadership conference, EDGE|X. Term, pay, and hours will be negotiated with the candidate based on their academic requirements and schedule.

What you’ll be doing:

EDGE Event Coordination and Assistance

We’ll have approximately six events throughout the summer season.

  • Event planning

    • Attend venue tours

    • Assist with set-up/tear-down of events

    • Assist with event execution and logistics during events

    • Assist in connecting marketing efforts within event execution

  • Update event strategy documents including event outlines and RSVP tracking

  • Research event trends

  • There may be two summer events that require a few days of travel with staff to Atlanta, GA and Chicago, IL.

Core Growth Initiatives

  • Assist with data processing and interpretation

  • Research location specific information for new market expansion in Atlanta, GA and other regions

  • Assist with new digital marketing initiatives

  • Assist with adding special touches and hospitality to business practices (i.e. thank you gifts, unique

    follow-ups, etc.)


What we’d like you to bring to EDGE:

Educational Requirements

  • Current undergraduate or graduate student

Experience

  • Nonprofit and/or volunteer experience

  • Event planning experience

Required Skills:

  • Ability to establish priorities, work independently, and proceed with objectives without supervision

  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills

  • Skill to use a personal computer and various software packages



Working Conditions/Other Information

  • While there is flexibility in the work location, this position will require most hours spent working with other staff at a mutually agreed upon location.

  • The physical environment requires the employee to work in an office setting

  • May be requested to work nights and weekends for special program events