Social Media/Marketing Internship
Social Media/Marketing Intern: The Cabinet Oak Project
The Friends group is in the final planning stages of a unique fundraising initiative, the Cabinet Oak Project, a juried art competition culminating in an art auction and celebration fundraiser on May 6, 2023.
The Friends group seeks a part-time intern to assist with event marketing, promotion of participating artists and their artwork, public relations outreach, social media outreach, and administrative/organization tasks related to promotion. This is a remote position, with occasional in-person meetings with supervising board members.
· Experience in a marketing environment, either professional or student organization
· Proven leadership skills
· Experience with multiple social media platforms: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, YouTube
· Extreme attention to detail
· Excellent writing and communication skills
· Motivated self-starter, able to complete tasks without direct supervision
· Willingness to learn and ability to bring new ideas to the table
Please send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org along with an email explaining your relevant experience, why you’d be interested in the internship, what special skills you offer and how your work habits would enable you to manage your time to complete assigned tasks.
How to apply
Location, duration and compensation
This job will largely be conducted remotely with occaisional phone calls or meetings. Internship duration: October 2022-May 2023
10-12 hours per week (hours flexible with occasional check-in meetings or phone calls)
About the Friends
Founded in 2007, the Friends of the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historical Park (Friends) is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that works in partnership with the National Park Service to support the park in three key areas: education, preservation, and restoration. Learn more at friendsoflbjnationalpark.org.
Updated July 9, 2021