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Marketing Internship Experience 1.A: Applied Marketing, Cognitive Science, and Psychology for Writing Ads that Make a Difference
Bashpole Software, Inc. //
North Webster, Indiana, USA (Remote)

Rolling Start and End Dates All Year; 100% Remote Participate-from-Anywhere Position; Full-time and Part-time Options; Unpaid Internship ​​for Training, Practical Experience through Project-based Learning, and Possible Academic Credit: check with your college about credit and visa requirements before applying. Please apply for only 1 position at a time, even if you are interested in several, and apply now for all start-dates at any time of year. You do not need to supply your resume or transcript initially; we will ask you to follow up with these and other information via email, if we invite you to be interviewed. About Us: Nonprofits need our help to provide disaster relief, prevent suicides, feed the hungry, educate children, rescue animals, protect our environment, and benefit the world. We create and sell technology to help nonprofits gain online visibility and automate marketing functions, namely our upcoming PromoterMotor.com software. It automates what we have done for years by hand: help non profits get and make maximal use of free advertising from Google. Also, we create ads for nonprofits in ways that actively counter misinformation by educating the public. Bashpole is a for-profit company that exclusively serves non-profits as its clients. Emerging Growth Company: Bashpole Software has a start-up-like environment with fewer than 10 employees plus many bright interns; our growth in terms of clients and staff is accelerating, which makes this an exciting time to get involved. Check our Careers Page to see all open positions and testimonials from past interns from departments such as Marketing, Digital Media, Business, Software Engineering, Information Technology, Technical Writing, and Human Resources: bashpolesoftware.com/careers Project-based Learning: Interns on this team will write and run ads on Google and possibly other platforms, as well as learn how to perform a variety of professional activities related to meeting with and reporting to nonprofit leaders who are our company’s existing clients. For example, you’ll learn how to write ads, structure ad campaigns, and analyze the success of ad campaigns from our extensive training. Additionally, you will write reports, speak to non-profit leaders, collaborate with Bashpole interns, and learn more skills that will prepare you for a career in marketing. Training and Responsibilities May Include But Will Not Be Limited To: Learn a methodology of creating ads using a repeatable process for improving ads over time Analyze the success of Google Ads with promoting nonprofits as well as factors preventing more nonprofits from taking advantage of it Work with a specific set of nonprofits and create advertisements to promote their services Create ad campaigns to manage viewership, engagement, and assess reports on ads and ad campaigns See the actual results of running ads that they created on the Google Ads platform, with numbers that represent how much they’ve helped good causes ​​Conduct monthly meetings with nonprofit executives to present personalized data analytics and explain lifetime values of advertising campaigns Participate in a remote-work environment, learning how to manage a diverse workforce Build a strong connections with other interns and staff people through networking meetings while remaining socially distanced Attend regular meetings to prevent isolation and facilitate collaboration Note: This is by no means an exhaustive list but it gives an indication of the many projects taking place. You might focus on some of these to the exclusion of others. Tasks and training will change according to business needs. Relevant Future Careers: Advertising Coordinator/Director, Marketing Promotions Specialist, SEO Manager, Marketing Consultant, Content Coordinator, Digital Content Creator, Public Education Curator, Community Manager, Brand Manager, Digital Marketing Specialist, Marketing Analyst Resume Accomplishments: After completing this internship, here are the top accomplishments that you may be able to add to your resume: Worked on increasing the amount of impressions, clicks, and conversions through catering ads to the target audiences Developed and maintained Google ads on a daily basis through adjusting keywords and brainstorming new ideas to ensure ads are abiding by Google ad grant requirements Helped manage tens of thousands of dollars of advertising budgets Presented ads progress and analytics to non-profit executives on a regular basis Participated in and expanded the training procedures that will benefit future interns Simultaneously managed several client accounts and learned to prioritize important tasks Gained comfort and confidence with making trade-offs Learning Objectives: Rapport-building: High networking skills through communication and presenting reports to nonprofit executives Presentations: Deliver effective and engaging presentations to a variety of audiences Market Research: The ability of an individual to successfully collect and analyze valuable information regarding the needs of nonprofits Creative Problem Solving: Research an unknown solution to a problem and generate innovative, recent advertising ideas Reading and Writing Comprehension: Excellent oral and written communication skills in work related documents Time Management, Organization and Coordination: Stay focused on different tasks, and using time, energy, strength, mental capacity, physical space, etc. effectively and efficiently in order to achieve the desired outcome Service Orientation: Deepen knowledge of the nonprofit consulting sector Telecommuting: Work remotely in both a team and individually Communication: Connect with both your coworkers and current as well as prospective clients with a positive personality, analytical mindset, and sense of humor Analytical Skills: Use data, analyzing information, and reaching conclusions Technical Writing: Create creative and effective Google Ads as well as evaluate them Technologies: Experience with Google Suite, including Google Sheets Google Ads Google Analytics Google Suite, especially spreadsheets and documents that can be edited collaboratively Good Meet video conferencing software, such as cloudskillsboost.google/course_templates/198 Meeting recording software, such as obsproject.com/wiki Systems for Continual Process Improvement Minimum Education and Experience: Applicants need to be enrolled in a college or graduate program at the beginning of their internship. Previous internship experience is beneficial but not required. Apply to One Position, Maximum: Do not apply for more than one internship position at a time. Apply to the one that interests you the most. Then, if you are invited for an interview, you may indicate interest in other positions at that time, and we can discuss which position would be best suited for you. Minimum Education and Experience: Applicants need to be enrolled in a college or graduate program at the beginning of their internship. Previous internship experience is beneficial but not required. You must have completed some classes relevant to your internship prior to beginning and must show examples of what you know during your interview. Frequently Asked Questions: Why Us? Gain real, professional training with one or more internship experiences at Bashpole Software, Inc. Apply your creativity and drive for project-focused, hands-on learning experiences. You can participate in our training as an intern or a volunteer, using your time to make a difference. We are all linked, so help us help nonprofits help the world. Why Participate Remotely? We are creating the workplace of the future. It is akin to what the CEO of the multi-billion dollar company Automattic calls Level 5. As a 100% remote company for many years, we have developed remote internship processes that prioritize and achieve freedom, socialization, organization, and personal wellness. See below about networking and meetings. What can we offer you? Real, Hands-on Experience: Rather than the coffee-fetching of a typical internship or the text-book learning of a classroom setting, we provide interns with hands-on experience with real projects. Each intern will have a main project along the lines of the title of the internship position to which they were accepted plus several side projects, which together create a diverse set of learning experiences. Moreover, your training and participation in our research and development can directly help nonprofits around the world to connect with donors, volunteers, constituents, and more. Make a Difference: In volunteering here, you can help nonprofits help the world on a larger scale than by interning for any one nonprofit. Join us in the pursuit of truth, knowledge, and how best to help the world make itself a better place. This allows you to have a larger impact than if you were to volunteer with a single nonprofit or government organization alone. We are developing a first-of-its-kind system to help non-profits gain the publicity that is currently more desperately needed than ever. Teamwork and Mentorship: Bashpole Software, Inc. enables you to work in small teams of typically 3 to 5 interns. You’ll meet regularly with fellow interns on your team. You’ll also meet weekly as a team to gain direct supervision and mentorship from the company’s CEO, senior staff members, and/or more seasoned interns. Network with Peers, Mentors, and More: Bashpole creates networking opportunities by helping you to learn how to effectively communicate with executives. This will allow you to build lasting impressions and have direct interactions with staff members and fellow interns around the United States and the world. Interns often report connecting with more people in our remote internships than they do in physical classrooms of comparable size because of the ways we encourage and facilitate networking meetings. Company Culture: Bashpole believes it’s crucial for interns to feel comfortable speaking up for what they believe in. We value suggestions for improvements on all aspects of our company and voicing opinions about projects in team settings. Additionally, we seek interns with the ability to pursue the career growth that they want and the courage to request the kind of work that they want to do. Bashpole looks for intellectually honest individuals with a spirit of independence and interdependence. Workplace Readiness Training: Employers expect students to understand communication soft skills and corporate culture, however, colleges offer few opportunities for students to learn day-to-day workplace fundamentals for behavior. As a result of this, we’ve developed something unique: our Rules-of-Thumb (RoT’s) training process. The RoT’s’ are the otherwise unwritten rules of professional etiquette straight from hard-learned experiences of industry professionals. We’re developing a book and a training system for explicitly teaching this kind of advice to our employees, interns, and eventually to others which will be valuable for their future career. Portfolio: With approval from management, this internship also offers opportunities for you to add examples to your professional portfolio, which you can later use for future job applications. Academic Credit: If you want work-study or school-credit for the internship, we can almost always provide the kind of oversight your university would require. Some educational institutions require prior approval before the start of an internship. It is your responsibility to check with your institution to be sure you meet all requirements for participation before you interview with us. We do NOT require you to enroll in a class or get credit for your internship; some universities do require this of you, others make it optional, and still others do not allow credit. Letter of Recommendation: If you successfully complete one or more internships, we will sign compelling letters of recommendation for you. Previous interns have used these letters to get into our nation’s top graduate programs and excellent post-graduation careers. We can also serve as a reference for various applications you may pursue. Leadership Opportunities: In addition to encouraging each intern to demonstrate personal leadership within their team of fellow interns, Bashpole also has “Level 3: Management” internships in every department that people can apply to as long as they have participated in at least one prior internship with us. This advanced position gives smart, responsible interns training and practice for leading teams of other interns, while under the supervision of a Bashpole employee. What does a typical day look like? There is no typical day, but there is a typical week. What does a typical week look like? You will work either collaboratively in a team or independently on a project of your choice from a list that we will provide. Every week, you will use your “Personal Syllabus” to complete weekly tasks and log your process. In weekly team meetings, you will be guided by Bashpole employees who typically have 10, 20, or more years of relevant work experience and will be your supervisor. In these meetings, you’ll show your syllabus log to your team via a screenshare, as well as show, get feedback on, and take notes for next steps with your project. In addition to this, you'll have intern-only meetings throughout the week for collaborating with your peers, reviewing each other's work, and answering each others' questions. Every other week, we will have an “All Hands and Rule of Thumb (RoT) Meeting” where all interns will work collaboratively on the Rule of Thumb (RoT) book. The book contains our advice about corporate culture and communications soft skills: these are mostly from lessons that we learned the 'hard way' in the workplace, things that no one taught us in college classes but that most employers expect you to know. What are the schedule expectations for this internship? We have team and individual meetings every week via Google Meet. We expect you to be generally available for meetings during business hours of US Eastern time. Aside from scheduled meetings, you will have your choice for daily start and stop times; you can create a routine that works for you, as long as you make your internship your top priority. For internships taken during the fall or spring, participate part-time. For internships during the summer, participate full-time. Internships can be a mix of part and full time. Manage your personal schedule such that you fulfill the weekly internship time you agree to. Internship begin and end dates are flexible according to your university’s calendar for classes. What is the expected time commitment? We offer both part and full-time internships with rolling start dates. Full-time: strongly preferred in summer and available throughout the year, 40 hours/week (or whatever is the maximum your college allows) lasts for 3 to 4 months. Part-time: during school session, 12-20 hours/week (or whatever is the maximum your college allows) for 6 months. You are able to switch from full-time to part-time, or vice versa, as long as the duration adds up to a total of about 60 work days or 480 work hours. When may I get started? If Bashpole then makes you an internship offer, you may start either as soon as you like or later in the year when your schedule permits: we have an orientation/onboarding meeting almost every Thursday for new interns. Who is more likely to succeed in this internship position? People with: a genuine interest in the nonprofit consulting sector classroom experience relevant to this position proactive mindsets that like their voices to be heard detailed note-taking habits time management skills who are organized and dependable an eagerness to take initiative with their ideas and communicate early and often How does the interview process work? First, if an applicant meets our preliminary qualifications, we send them a message with detailed instructions for setting up an interview that must be followed precisely, or else we will decline the interview. Generally, each applicant has at least one interview during which their aptitude and knowledge are evaluated. If this goes well, the applicant will be given a follow-up task to examine how much they understand about our company and their position. Then, Bashpole may send out an internship offer decision within a few business days. If I apply, what are the odds I’ll be accepted? Bashpole Software posts its internship positions to nearly 1,200 colleges across the USA and receives hundreds of applications for each position for each season of the year. We generally select between 1 and 5 people per position per season (Winter/Spring, Summer, or Fall/Winter). Although our interviews are friendly and conversational, there are a great many factors that we carefully consider before, during, and after each interview. If you are selected for an interview, it is not a guarantee that you will be given an offer. Upon selection for an interview, we will send you a message with everything you need to do to prepare for your interview, and you will be expected to follow all of the instructions completely. You should take some time to prepare for your interview. Can I participate in more than one position? Not simultaneously; you may only participate in one position at a time. However, we welcome and encourage sequential internships, meaning participating in one team at one time and then another team at another time. How will I be supervised, and who will be my supervisor? Each team will report directly to their Department Manager (that will be the title of your supervisor) every week by screensharing a log about their training and accomplishments. (See also “What does a typical week look like?”, above.) Your manager may be assisted by other employees and sometimes by interns who are more senior than you, so treat them all as sources of authority. If you ever have concerns about your peers or supervisors, you can contact people at any level of the organization. We prefer that everyone communicate early and often about their concerns... and their accomplishments! How often will I work with employees compared to other interns? This varies from position to position and changes from the beginning to the end of a typical internship, however, generally: you will meet with your supervisor for at least one, if not several hours a week. You will meet with fellow interns for at least a few hours a week, if not up to about half of the time per week that you spend on your internship. The rest of the time, you will spend working on your own on your projects and training. If you want to spend more (or less) time working directly with other people, just let your supervisor know, and they will sometimes be able to make adjustments. We will encourage you to collaborate with others as often as possible. How will I be challenged throughout the internship? We believe interns grow by dealing with such challenges and working through them; this is how the real world works. This internship is going to take hard work and sometimes will be an imperfect experiment in training. There may be occasional communication at odd hours due to time differences and urgent matters. There will be more intern-intern interaction than with employees, and you can expect a mix of training from supervisors and finding and developing training yourself. Tasks may be vague and unclear at times as some assignments will be new. Our organization is run by real people — and while we are not perfect — our intentions are to work hard and be the best we can be. We look for interns that have the humility to admit the same about themselves. What have previous interns said? Check out testimonials from our previous interns on our Careers page: https://bashpolesoftware.com/careers/ There are no costs to participate in our internships of any sort, ever. Our internship is like a class that you get to take for free, and yet even though our internships provide substantial experiential learning, we recognize that sometimes personal financial situations are an obstacle. If this is a concern for you, then check with your career services center and academic advisers about whether your college offers any form of support that helps students take unpaid internships. Some colleges have scholarships, grants, stipends, or options for gaining class credit; some do not; either way, there are never fees nor expenses of any kind related to our internships, and you should be wary of any company that would try to charge you for anything for an internship. Why is it an unpaid internship? Bashpole is a for-profit company that’s rebranding itself, which explains the start-up-like environment. Due to these circumstances, we currently don’t provide compensation. In lieu of payment, we provide interns with rich learning experiences such as receiving mentorship, the responsibility to create training, strong recommendation letters based on performance, and the opportunity to graduate to advanced management-based experiences. Bashpole Software, Inc. complies with all US Department of Labor Federal Internship Guidelines per https://www.dol.gov/whd/regs/compliance/whdfs71.htm. This position also complies with NACE Criteria for internships per http://www.naceweb.org/about-us/advocacy/position-statements/position-statement-us-internships/#sthash.WbfvUjco.dpuf. What if I’m an international student? International students are encouraged to apply for any and all internships. Make sure to show your university this internship description and check with them about their requirements. If selected, confirm everything is approved through your university before beginning internship. Bashpole will provide documentation for the university in the form of an internship offer agreement. Non-Discrimination Policy: All nonprofits we serve are required to be compliant with Google’s non-discrimination policies, meaning that Bashpole works with a diverse set of nonprofits such as nonprofits working with crime to mental health issues to combatting misinformation. Thus, Bashpole interns are expected to be non-discriminatory themselves and help us serve any nonprofit that fits the eligibility guidelines. See more at bashpolesoftware.com/careers.

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Social Media Fall Intern
New York Film and Music Foundation //
New York, New York (Remote)

New York Film Music Foundation Inc is a 501(c)3 nonprofit incubator that provides audio editing and production facilities and services at a professional level for emerging musicians, audio engineers and filmmakers. As an organization, we are looking for a group of dedicated interns who can be versatile when helping with the organization's needs. Job positions are needed in social media marketing, general marketing, artist relations, fundraising and more. Schedule an interview with us to see which area you can grow in. Interns are required to attend a weekly zoom meeting to go over assignments and accomplishments, as well as to keep up with work outside of the meetings. If you are interested in the music and film industry and are looking to make connections or be in a musical/film environment, this internship is right for you!

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Brand Ambassador Intern
Dive Chat //
Austin, TX (Remote) (Remote)

Dive is looking for enthusiastic and driven university students to join our exclusive program that builds skill sets, professional experience, and kickstart future careers! As Dive grows, we are hand-picking the best and brightest to take part in our Brand Ambassador program. Student Ambassadors will play a key role in growing Dive nationwide, all from the comfort of your laptop.

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Sales Strategy Operations Intern
Cress Health //
Providence, RI (Remote)

Cress Health is a VC-backed company tackling an overlooked problem in the current COVID-19 pandemic: the rising mental health crisis. As we go through these uncharted times, levels of depression and anxiety are reaching an all-time high, a demand that our current mental health resources are ill-equipped to meet. Through the Cress™ suite of apps, combining data-driven analytical tools with personalized chat-based support, we’re on a mission to empower and support the mental wellness of people all across the nation. In order to help as many people as possible, we’re looking for motivated individuals of all backgrounds and experiences to join our rapidly expanding team. This is an excellent opportunity for self-motivated individuals who enjoy working closely with various teams, including marketing, sales, and product development, and are interested in developing resources to spread hope amidst the current COVID-19 climate. Responsibilities: 1) Develop and execute sales strategies to drive conversion and app downloads. 2) Implement marketing/social media campaign strategies to raise awareness of the Cress mission. 3) Assist senior sales strategy managers to achieve overall team goals. 4) Impact and contribute meaningful work that will offer first-hand insight into the operations of a rapidly-growing startup.

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Brand Representative (Paid)
Cress Health //
Providence, RI (Remote)

Cress Health is a startup tackling an overlooked problem in the current COVID-19 pandemic: the rising mental health crisis. As we go through these uncharted times, levels of depression and anxiety are reaching an all-time high, a demand that our current mental health resources are ill-equipped to meet. Through the Cress™ suite of apps, combining data-driven analytical tools with personalized chat-based support, we’ve already helped thousands of healthcare workers self-care better during the pandemic. But now, we’re on a mission to empower and support the mental wellness of people all across the nation. In order to help as many people as possible, we’re looking for motivated students of all backgrounds and experiences to join our brand representative program! Brand Representatives will: 1) Facilitate awareness and engagement with the Cress Health brand/suite of products on campus and in the local community. 2) Develop and execute on-campus/community initiatives to drive app downloads/conversion and increase mental health literacy. 3) Take part in creating a mental wellness positivity campaign with the goal of spreading hope amidst the current COVID-19 climate. Program Benefits: 1) Brand representatives earn 20% commission on all revenue generated through their outreach initiatives. Additional performance-based incentives will be given as well. 2) Brand representatives receive free lifetime access to all current and future Cress Health products for personal use. 3) Brand representatives receive priority consideration for all Cress Health internship opportunities. 4) Brand representatives receive access to Cress Health’s nationwide network of organizations and industry professionals. 5) Brand representatives can improve their interpersonal communication skills and receive first-hand insight into the operations of a rapidly-growing startup. 6) As a Cress Health brand representative, you can take pride in the fact that you’re doing your part in the fight against COVID-19.

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Brand Representative
Cress Health //
Providence, RI (Remote)

Brand Representatives will: 1) Facilitate awareness and engagement with the Cress Health brand/suite of products on campus and in the local community. 2) Develop and execute on-campus/community initiatives to drive app downloads/conversion and increase mental health literacy. 3) Take part in creating a mental wellness positivity campaign with the goal of spreading hope amidst the current COVID-19 climate. Program Benefits: 1) Brand representatives earn 20% commission on all revenue generated through their outreach initiatives. Additional performance-based incentives will be given as well. 2) Brand representatives receive free lifetime access to all current and future Cress Health products for personal use. 3) Brand representatives receive priority consideration for all Cress Health internship opportunities. 4) Brand representatives receive access to Cress Health’s nationwide network of organizations and industry professionals. 5) Brand representatives can improve their interpersonal communication skills and receive first-hand insight into the operations of a rapidly-growing startup. 6) As a Cress Health brand representative, you can take pride in the fact that you’re doing your part in the fight against COVID-19.

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Social Media Graphic Designer
Academy for Innovation in Education-STEAM //
Remote (Remote)

Come work for our non profit start up Academy for Innovation in Education - STEAM (AIE). We are looking to have an intern join us to help us grow in the virtual world. If you're hard-working and dedicated AIE is an ideal place for you. Need dynamic students interested in social media and graphic design. We are looking for a person to assist with our social media account. Working on content creation, graphics and social media copy. This is an unpaid position working 20 hours per week.

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Virtual Marketing Intern
Communicate by Design-X //
Sterling, VA (Remote)

The company is looking to take on a part-time virtual marketing intern (Summer or Fall). This is a fully remote internship. The marketing intern will work closely with the Chief Marketing Officer on projects for the company and our clients. Responsibilities: - Take creative direction to implement marketing strategies - Take creative direction to develop copy for emails, blogs, case studies, social posts, and other marketing collateral - Copy edit flyers, ads, web banners, web ads, and other existing marketing collateral - Assist with metric tracking for campaigns - Assist with research efforts (industry, social, trends, search keyword, etc.)

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Marketing Intern
GraySquare //
Philadelphia, PA (Remote)

GraySquare has been in business since late 2016. We specialize in creating and implementing marketing and sales campaigns that drive sales and customer retention for our large business clients. Our clients give us a lot of creative control to manage the campaigns we build for them. We currently build and operate marketing campaigns in the telecommunications and energy industries. We’ve grown our internal team from 5 to 60 in a matter of 18 months. GraySquare is currently seeking a Marketing Intern to support the functions of the Philadelphia Marketing team. This is a paid internship. The ideal candidate has a strong passion for marketing and public relations industry with a keen attention to detail and is an outgoing and hardworking individual. This internship will provide significant hands-on insight into a fast-paced role, as well as invaluable learning about the marketing industry. We truly thank all applicants for their interest in joining the GraySquare Team, but only those candidates considered for an initial interview will be contacted. - Provide support with all marketing administrative needs - Provide support for all PR-related events - Assisting our clients by gaining and retaining customers - Developing strong leadership and interpersonal skills - Assist with managing on-site production and execution - Meeting and making a connection with customers, asking questions and listening to customer needs, then giving options and advice on meeting those needs. - Draft pitches, actively conduct outreach and engage with clients - Participate in team and department brainstorms - All other duties as assigned

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Community Development and Outreach
Blockchain Driven //
New York, NY (Remote)

BlockchainDriven is an agency specializing in blockchain focused strategy, marketing, consulting, and development services for blockchain, distributed ledger deployment, dApp, fintech and cryptocurrency projects. We aim to aid businesses looking to innovate within their industries through cutting edge tech solutions to bring their vision to life. From ideation, education, concept, strategy, planning, development, and marketing, BlockchainDriven covers the entire range of blockchain consulting needs. BlockchainDriven's work has been featured in Fortune, Business Insider, MSN, CBS, Bloomberg, Bitcoin Insider, and many other media channels. You will be involved with the new initiative from BlockchainDriven, BlockDriven Academy. ​BlockDriven Academy focuses on blockchain education and gaining skills to help people navigate the blockchain space. Work side by side with blockchain experts on an innovative way to educate people about the blockchain industry. You get an opportunity to help build this platform into a leader in the blockchain education space. We have welcomed new talents into our agency through our Internship Program for 2020, welcoming those who are looking to learn, grow and make an impact in the blockchain ecosystem while learning from industry experts and thought leaders. ​​Please note that due to high demand for internship and career opportunities, it might take us up to 24 hours to get back to those who wish to join the BlockchainDriven team. To apply, email us through our application form. Community Development and Outreach interns will be responsible for building, engaging and overseeing the BlockDriven community, outreach to potential speakers and educating the world about BlockDriven offerings. They will be in charge of maintaining academy message boards, prompting group discussions as well as working to grow the community across various platforms, forums, etc. You will also help run events, moderate speaking sessions and much more. Responsibilities: - Building and engaging BlockDriven Academy community - Working with speakers to align webinar time and session topics - Grow community through various channels - Outreach about upcoming sessions to Reddit, Medium and other places - Outreach and setting up interviews with speakers from blockchain and crypto space This is a remote position. Time per week: 10-15 hours

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Graphic & Marketing Material Designer
Blockchain Driven //
New York, NY (Remote)

BlockchainDriven is an agency specializing in blockchain focused strategy, marketing, consulting, and development services for blockchain, distributed ledger deployment, dApp, fintech and cryptocurrency projects. We aim to aid businesses looking to innovate within their industries through cutting edge tech solutions to bring their vision to life. From ideation, education, concept, strategy, planning, development, and marketing, BlockchainDriven covers the entire range of blockchain consulting needs. BlockchainDriven's work has been featured in Fortune, Business Insider, MSN, CBS, Bloomberg, Bitcoin Insider, and many other media channels. You will be involved with the new initiative from BlockchainDriven, BlockDriven Academy. ​BlockDriven Academy focuses on blockchain education and gaining skills to help people navigate the blockchain space. Work side by side with blockchain experts on an innovative way to educate people about the blockchain industry. You get an opportunity to help build this platform into a leader in the blockchain education space. We have welcomed new talents into our agency through our Internship Program for 2020, welcoming those who are looking to learn, grow and make an impact in the blockchain ecosystem while learning from industry experts and thought leaders. ​​Please note that due to high demand for internship and career opportunities, it might take us up to 24 hours to get back to those who wish to join the BlockchainDriven team. To apply, email us through our application form below The intern will work in creating and maintaining our BlockDriven website in addition to designing marketing graphics and materials for events and promotion. These designs will be the face of the company and have a strong focus on future facing technology, education, and conversion. You'll be creating the visual representation of blockchain and what it means. In this role you’ll be working both independently and alongside other teams to accomplish our aims. Be prepared, be flexible and take on additional responsibilities as required. ​Responsibilities: - Create design updates for BlockDriven Academy website and online banners, speakers and visual design. - Think outside the box to create psychologically impactful designs with a clear message in mind. - Collaborate with various teams to define marketing and communication visuals to support the BlockDriven Academy brand direction and increase audience reach and engagement. - Ideate unique ways to visually represent complex ideas and information. This is a remote position. Time per week: 10-15 hours

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Editorial/Journalism Internship
Purveyour Blog //
Los Angeles, CA (Remote)

- The Editorial Intern will help with the running of Purveyour's blog and website. They must have the ability to work solo or as part of a team, strong soft skills, and a high level of attention to detail. They will gain exposure into what is involved in the day to day running a fashion/e-commerce startup. Specific Responsibilities: - Daily curation of the blog featuring dynamic content. You will be part of an editorial team responsible for updating the blog throughout the day by selecting and highlighting posts to feature. - Crushing it on social media. Not only sharing editorial content stories, but finding new ways to do so. - Onboarding stores and brands to the platform and developing familiarity with their products and unique selling qualities - Exploring and executing upon new content opportunities, from live social broadcasts to podcasts to quote graphics to videos. - Helping to coordinate feature stories showcasing stores and brands, providing social recaps and other necessary materials.

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Visual Media Intern
USA Triathlon //
Colorado Springs, CO (Remote)

At USA Triathlon, we believe that life is better when you swim, bike and run. - USA Triathlon is the largest multisport organization in the world and the Olympic and Paralympic National Governing Body (NGB) for the sport of triathlon and all things multisport. We spend every day thinking about ways to grow and support the sport. We’re building the most innovative service organization in sports and transforming lives by inspiring participation to help communities become healthier. We also represent our country at the highest levels of international competition, striving to win medals with class and integrity. - We are defining the modern-day NGB, and innovation is our strategy. We do this by listening, collaborating and adapting our existing model. Service leadership, performance excellence, collaboration, and diversity and inclusion are central to our core values. - We are also all about going above and beyond to serve the triathlon community, and we work equally hard to serve our teammates. We are committed to being the best place to work in the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic movement by focusing on hiring, training and promoting talented, dedicated, passionate individuals who want to get better every day. We have a micro gym on-site, access to the U.S. Olympic & Paralympic Training Center and more. - Come to Colorado Springs, rated as the “most desirable place to live in the U.S. In 2018” by a U.S. News & World Report survey! Be part of the Olympic & Paralympic movement. Hone your skills and expertise while creating opportunities for triathletes to live their best lives. We hope you are ready for a fulfilling challenge. - Summary: The USA Triathlon (USAT) Visual Media internship is a unique and exciting opportunity to get real experience in creating visual content as part of a communications team of a National Governing Body (NGB). The Visual Media intern works directly with the Marketing and Communications team. During the semester, the USAT intern will be afforded the opportunity to develop and apply skills in various areas including but not limited to marketing strategy, graphic design, project management, social media content creation and organizational growth. This person will be part of a team focused on creating content to inspire and engage the multi-sport community. Essential Job Functions: - Learn the daily functions of the Communications department. - Utilize creativity and knowledge of current graphic design tools to create content that supports USA Triathlon programs, events and activities through print and digital media. - Assist with the print production process, including workflow schedule, vendor selection, printing and delivery. - Assist in content creation and distribution across USA Triathlon’s social media channels. - Conceptualizing and planning digital campaigns and social media strategy. - Be a resource to a collaborative team to help grow membership and the organization.

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Social Media Intern
Motherly //
Menlo Park, CA (Remote)

Motherly (www.mother.ly) is a lifestyle brand redefining motherhood on behalf of a new generation of mothers, empowering modern mamas with expert information, an inspiring community, and thoughtfully curated products to guide her through the journey of motherhood. Motherly is looking for a part-time Social Media Intern to join the Audience Development team. This position will contribute to help grow and engage our social media platforms. We are looking for someone with social media experience and basic design skills who is passionate about telling a brand’s story. The Social Media Intern will also be expected to help assist in the overall engagement and sourcing across all social platforms including, but not limited to: Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Twitter. Responsibilities include the following: - Community engagement and moderation - Stay on top of real-time trends for Motherly + competitor brands - Identify editorial content to re-package and re-promote on social - Assisting with Pinterest pin creation (experience with Canva a plus) - Instagram Image Sourcing from influencers and hashtags - Included in brainstorming and team meetings as necessary

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Content Marketing Intern
500 Startups //
San Francisco, CA (Remote)

500’s mission is to discover and back the world’s most talented entrepreneurs, help them create successful companies at scale, and build thriving global ecosystems. We believe that great founders come in all shades, genders, and nationalities. Since our inception, we’ve made it our mission to find and empower talented founders, whether they’re across the world or overlooked in our own backyard. Diversity has always been a core value at 500. We’re committed to being champions of the global VC community, not as it is, but as we’d like to see it. 500 is looking for a content creator who wants to dive into the world of tech startups and international venture capital. As our content marketing intern, you will work with our content team to create content that showcases our San Francisco accelerator, international programs, and more. You will be able to meet people from across the company (and the world for that matter) who are passionate about innovative technologies and solutions. You’ll also be a part of our growth in becoming one of the premier content marketing teams in the industry. This position is part-time (15-20 hours a week), paid, and offered remotely. What You’ll Do: - Assist with the design and execution of social media campaigns across all platforms - Manage editorial calendars to promote company products on various social media platforms - Write, optimize, and publish written content on the 500 Startups blog - Research trends, tactics, and more that relate to 500’s core audiences - Track social media engagement to identify high-performing ideas and campaigns for scalability - Support the marketing team for major 500 online events like webinars - You’ll be able to build a social media and content portfolio with one of the biggest names in venture capital. We are the most followed VC on multiple social media platforms including Instagram and Facebook. - You’ll be able to learn from some of the best mentors, VCs, and the like on a weekly basis. Consider it your unofficial class in entrepreneurship every week. - You’ll be able to connect with and get to know our accelerator batches before anyone else. - You’ll be able to understand the inner workings of one of the largest venture capital firms in the world.

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