As flowers almost bloom and the end of the semester looms, there is no better time to start securing either summer jobs and internships (or post-grad positions if you are one of the chosen few who are graduating this spring). This week’s Top 5 is about all things involving marketing, from creating campaigns to serving as a campus representative. Each opportunity is a chance to enhance your communication skills and ability to work with others. Find out all about in this week’s opportunities!
Campus Philly: Events and Marketing Intern
If you love the arts and have a passion for creativity, then you’re a perfect fit to join Campus Philly’s Open Arts program as an events and marketing intern. Use your creativity and communication skills to promote various arts and culture events around the city of Philadelphia. Candidates must be highly motivated.
National Museum of American Jewish History: Intern
The National Museum of American Jewish History offers internships in various departments for all of the academic semesters. If you are currently on the hunt for a summer internship, consider working as an intern in their community relations, public programs, or retail/operations and plenty of others. Looking to gain experience in the nonprofit world? The summer internship program includes a weekly seminar concerning nonprofit organizations.
PeopleShare: Receptionist Front Desk Associate
In need of an immediate job opportunity? PeopleShare is seeking someone who can start immediately as a receptionist front desk associate. Responsibilities will include answering phones, taking and receiving messages for various personnel, and greeting and directing visitors to the appropriate destination. Candidates must have administrative experience and great communication skills.
Allied Wire and Cable: Email Marketing Specialist
Have you been looking for a way to put your English or communications degree to good use? Allied Wire and Cable is on the hunt for a candidate to fulfill the role of email marketing specialist to create email marketing campaigns to promote products and services, write and edit web content, and collaborate with the marketing team. Applicants must have excellent copywriting and proofreading skills, experience in marketing copywriting, and intermediate computer skills.
Habitat: Campus Representative
Try your hand at advertising and public relations as an intern for Habitat. Applicants will complete project work for a startup that is working on a mobile peer-to-peer marketplace for college students. The internship also includes a paid opportunity to continue working as a campus representative. Candidates must attend one of the following universities: Temple, Drexel, UPenn, or West Chester University.