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Social Media Intern (Spring and/or Fall)

Goal: Create, manage, and optimize 17 weeks of daily, cross channel social media content to tell the story of the Honors Program, promote upcoming events, and share success and tips

  • Create an actionable calendar plan to maintain and grow social media followers in fresh ways
  • Research, initiate, and analyze social media techniques for polls and quizzes
  • Utilize the Instagram Story feature to tell the story of the Honors Program

  • Design social media messaging for multiple platforms (social media, website and campus calendar)
  • Produce and upload at least two, 15-30 second smart phone videos each week focusing on an upcoming Honors Program event, or success story

  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively while still being reliable and practicing good communication to ensure invested parties and colleagues are kept informed of daily activity
  • Undergraduate Honors student with an interest in social media implementation plans
  • Adept or willing to learn how to analyze social media data, analytics, insights and trends to determine what content is and isn’t garnering engagement
  • Promising writer with an eye for detail, including self-editing
  • Able to manage multiple tasks and timeliness simultaneously

Who are we looking for?
  • Social media savvy with prior successful engagement to increase followers/activity
  • Undergraduate Honors student with an interest in promotions, social media outreach having completed a minimum of one upper level course in a relevant major/program (Honors student preferred, however documented relevant experience is favored as well)
  • Responsiveness to email, or virtual feedback, and requests or edits in a timely fashion
Details about the role:
  • 120 hours total during the 17-week semester
  • Approximately 8-10 hours per week)

Submit current resume, and letter of introduction by email to Dr. Natalie Gerber, Honors Program Director that demonstrates success in relation to the job description. Samples of work may be shared as well, or during the interview process.