Needed: Marketing & Social Media Intern
We’re looking for an amazing person to play an important role for social media growth.
Do you want to play an important role in a movement about self acceptance and anti-bullying? Would you like hands-on experience with Social Justice? Would you like to partner with a TEDx speaker and author? STAND Beautiful is looking for a Marketing and Social Media intern to help build the awareness and engagement of its growing audience.
This is an exciting opportunity for someone looking to build experience in communications, Social Media and Marketing.
Located in the heart of Silicon Valley, CA.
INTERN WILL LEARN AND BE EXPOSED TO:
- Real world Social Media Audience & Engagement
- Social Justice & Cause Branding
- Speech & Presentation Preparation
- Exposure to International Audiences & Engagement
- Content Creation & Authoring
- Exposure to a Growing Movement & Brand
- Maintain Social Media Schedule & monitoring
- Curate & Edit content for Posting
- Engage & respond to audience
- Maintain Organic Social Networking growth & engagement
- Junior and senior marketing,
- Knowledge of Social Media platforms, (FB, IG, Snapchat)
- Excellent Communications
- Production art for web & mobile
- Must be motivated, organized, and possess excellent communication skills
SCHEDULE and COMPENSATION:
15–20 hours per week around the intern schedule during the academic year; up to 30 hours per week during the summer. $12 per hour.
HQ is Centralized in SF Bay Area, CA.
ABOUT STAND Beautiful
Standbeautiful.me is an anti-bullying movement promoting the acceptance of self and others.
“Can someone truly accept the differences in another, without first accepting the differences in themselves?”
When we love and accept ourselves, we are less likely to bully others. What would this mean for the bullied, the bullies, and our world?
Chloe Howard is on a mission to empower people of all ages to embrace their uniqueness and boldly face their beautiful selves. Born with a foot deformity, Chloe had five major operations by the time she was 14. She endured casting, braces, orthotics and years of physical therapy so she could participate like a typical child. She struggled with depression and shame and spent months questioning her self worth. Out of that pain, Chloe finally realized her worth comes from within.
Interested? CONTACT US HERE:
Get in touch with Chloe Howard and tell your story. Embrace uniqueness and fight bullying. Inquire about Speaking…beautiful.chloehoward.com