We’re no longer hiring a fiscal intern.
The Social Media Intern plays an important role at the Morgridge Center for Public Service by creating content for and managing our social media accounts. The intern will work to promote our name, programs, and services to three audiences: students, faculty/staff, and community agencies.
The Social Media Intern will work closely with the Communications Specialist and Marketing Intern to manage our accounts. The Social Media Intern will develop and implement creative social media posts to amplify the Morgridge Center for Public Service’s brand.
The successful candidate will be self-motivated, creative, and highly productive.
- Create content for Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and YouTube accounts
- Manage social media accounts along with Communications Specialist
- Edit and implement social media plan
- Interact with other accounts sharing similar interests or content
- Attend Morgridge Center events to capture social media posts real-time
- Collect and analyze data on successful social media campaigns
- Work collaboratively with the rest of the Morgridge Center staff to successfully promote programs, events, and services
- Explore new ways to creatively utilize social media to increase the Morgridge Center’s brand recognition and visibility on campus and in the community
- Attend Morgridge Center trainings, staff meetings, and events as required
- Explore new and innovative social media platforms and strategies
- Assume additional responsibilities as appropriate
- Strong interpersonal and team communication skills
- Effective organizational and time management skills
- Strong writing skills, creative thinking, a sense of humor, and a commitment to the mission of the Morgridge Center.
Hours & Compensation:
This is an academic year position. Interns receive $12/hr and work 10 hours per week on a self-made schedule. Opportunity for course credit available.
To apply for this position please fill out this application which includes a place to upload your current resume. The application deadline is November 10, 2019.
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Since its opening in 1996, the Morgridge Center for Public Service has aimed to connect campus and community through service opportunities and service learning to engage students in civic engagement. We strive to provide a safe, comfortable, and accepting atmosphere for everyone. As a close partner and next-door neighbor to the Multicultural Student Center and the Gender and Sexuality Campus Center, we pride ourselves on being an equal opportunity employer. We encourage service-oriented students to consider being a part of our family.