Top 5 Careers | April 22 - April 29
Campus Philly is hiring for our very own seasonal position! The Meet Philly Tour Supervisor will work closely with Campus Philly’s Program Manager for Student Engagement to deliver the Meet Philly Tour program, collaborating with: on-campus staff to organize logistics for each date, with the Meet Philly Tour street team members to staff each on-campus event – sometimes presenting to students as well – and with Campus Philly staff to ensure materials are available for all dates and new student members are efficiently added to the organization’s database. The ideal team member is one who is highly organized, adaptable, a confident communicator (written and verbal), a self-starter, and has a driver’s license.If you’re interested in becoming a part of our workplace, and collaborating with us on all that’s available, make sure to apply today!
The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission is looking for a Marketing intern to focus on updating a contact database through email surveys and QA/AC the data. The intern will participate in various stages of developing marketing strategies and advertising materials to promote commuter alternatives, focusing on Share-A-Ride and RideECO. Close supervision is provided by the Manager, Office of Marketing and Commuter Services who will determine the level and amount of participation in each project and provide direction and guidance. This is a great opportunity to learn more about the planning aspects of the greater Delaware Valley.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society (PHS) seeks a part-time summer intern to work closely with Communications and Marketing staff. The internship will run from May to August 2019. The intern must be available 15 hours a week. A travel stipend and college credit are available, and this is an awesome opportunity to gain work experience in a center city office that gives you power over helping beautify the city!
Scout is seeking a full time Intern starting in mid May 2019 to work for three months as part of our team. The role will focus on conducting site surveys to record and observe existing conditions and supporting the team in various aspects of this monumental and varied project. This role requires an enthusiastic, detail¬ oriented candidate who is interested in working with existing structures. The ideal candidate is pursuing and/or holds an undergraduate or graduate degree in business administration, architecture and/or historic preservation. Scout calls the historic Bok Building in Philadelphia home, so if you’re interested in a position that helps preserves one of the city’s greatest landmarks (and has great skyline views!) make sure to apply right away.
The Special Events Intern will provide fundraising support for the FEASTIVAL Director of Development and Marketing Coordinator. The Special Event Intern will be working collaboratively with the FEASTIVAL team on the FEASTIVAL Cookbook, auction, fundraising and ticketing strategies,