The Top 5 Careers this week are all about relationship-building, whether you are interested in helping provide quality customer service or thinking about post-grad plans by securing a great internship. Take part in everything from creating social media and graphic design, working at Philadelphia Magazine, or giving a tour of one of Philadelphia’s spookiest attractions as a tour guide at Eastern State Penitentiary. Want to explore all of this week’s opportunities? Check out the full list below!
USLI: College Help Program
Work as part of a small and diverse team, and stick around to take advantage of some of the long-term opportunities at United States Liberty Insurance Group (USLI). USLI is seeking college students to fill positions across a wide range of different departments, from social media and video to information technology and business administration. Located in Wayne, PA, the company is a great local option for students looking to get a head start on their job search.
Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site: Seasonal Tour Guides and Visitor Services Position
If you’ve always been interested in history, have a love for local historic landmarks, or if you just want to find how “haunted” the Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site (ESPHS) really is, now is your chance. ESPHS is currently hiring for its seasonal tour guides and visitor services position. These positions are great for anyone who wants to get a slice of local and national history as well as share it with others by providing great customer service and making the visitor experience fun and exciting. The ESPHS wants individuals who are “outgoing, engaging, and creative professionals.”
Office for Child and Youth Protection : Compliance Auditor Intern
Gain hands-on experience in the nonprofit world and practical knowledge. As an intern with the Office for Child and Youth Protection, you will serve as a representative of the organization, conduct on-site audits, and assist with daily functions within the office. Qualifications include strong communication skills, travel within the five counties of the Archdiocese (valid driver’s license and car preferred), and knowledge of the Catholic faith, as the organization has a religious affiliation.
Campus Philly: Career Programs Internship
Come be a part of the Campus Philly team! If you are interested in marketing, event planning, and nonprofit leadership, then apply to be an intern and use your skills to support our career and professional development plans. Applicants should be energized and motivated.
Philadelphia Magazine: Integrated Marketing and Special Events Internship
Whether you are an aspiring editor, or have dreams of working for a glossy magazine, Philadelphia Magazine has a stellar opportunity for any student who is in search of an internship. As the Integrated Marketing and Special Events Intern, you will get to assist with the planning and execution of Philadelphia Magazine events by helping to create promotional materials and maintaining RSVP lists. Other responsibilities would include helping to create media kits, proofreading and copy-editing, and updating Philadelphia Magazine’s social media accounts.
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