Social Media/Marketing Internship
Earthhub.TV is a newly formed non profit that creates and hosts videos about the Earth and its environments, as well as advocating and facilitating action on the local level. Our main office is in Shelburne Falls, MA but due to pandemic circumstances this internship will be remote until it is safe to do otherwise. Interns are expected to work 5-25 hours a week, but we can be flexible to work with people and their changing schedules. Regular check-ins will be conducted with online meetings and emails.
We will need an intern with strong knowledge and understanding of the digital media landscape, social media, and various platforms used to reach out online and “connect” and “share”. The more Earthhub.tv can connect with viewers the more viewers will learn from each other.
Having a strong motivation to help the Earth and its environments is important to this job. The intern hired will need strong critical thinking skills and flexibility in order to integrate into our small and unique team. We are very excited to share this position with the right candidates, and in turn offer a unique opportunity to join our team as we reach out to the world and connect.
- Contribute to website design and management
- Monitor and post on blogs, forums, and social networks
- Assist with online outreach and promotion using Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Twitter, and more
- Optimize website and social media
- Perform keyword analysis
- Perform cost/benefit analysis
- Create social media schedules
- WordPress or other website program experience
- Marketing/Business or Language majors a plus
- Experience with Internet and social media platforms
- Interested in Environmental Activism
- Energetic and creative
- Hard-working and team-oriented
- Comfortable working remotely with regular check-ins
- Practical experience with non-profit launch and social media campaigns
- Mentoring and training opportunities with experienced people
- Opportunity to participate in networking and company meetings
- Flexible schedule for students
- Action for the Earth!