How to Shop for Shi(f)t Guidebook Roll Out ASAP
Assist in creating a book launch roll out for How to Shop for Shi(f)t
Develop creative consumer engagement strategies to reach millennials, conscious consumers, and eco curious designers
Post on Instagram using Beyond the Label’s comprehensive brand guide
Correspond with top sustainable fashion experts to encourage to share about guidebook
Assist with KDP / Amazon options to market guidebook. Possible FB ads.
Lead press liaison with Fashion / Health and Wellness sites including: Upworthy/GOOD, BOF, Good On you, Refinery 29, MNN.com, Fashion Revolution
Mentorship from an established brand manager and 3 of the top sustainable fashion social media influencers to calendar posts daily
Fashion Revolution Week / Beyond the Label Event April 2019
Create and coordinate Tampa/St. Pete guest list & press list (including connecting with HER Campus at USF)
Coordinate Fashion Revolution Week Event in Tampa (in connection to Miami, LA, and NYC Fash Rev events) and possibly one in Sarasota (Eileen Fisher store)
Assist with correspondence with panelists, speakers, special guests prior to events
Assist in executing run of show the day of events
Coordinate 3-5 event volunteers for check-in and and documentation the day of events
Pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Public Relations, Marketing, Global Sustainability, or Business preferably with strategic planning, media, event production, and R&D experience
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Solid understanding of marketing techniques
Experience using Google Docs, Spreadsheets, Powerpoint/Keynote, Instagram, Facebook/Facebook ads, other forms of social media
Must be able to multitask, have a love for fashion, have a passion for sustainability, and be willing to learn about new innovations
Desire to work with the passionate people that make up the Los Angeles-based BtL team
Please submit resume & cover letter to Taryn@LABeyondtheLabel.com
USF Athletics Communications Game Day Interns Needed
USF Athletics Communications is looking for students to work game days throughout the spring, including basketball, baseball and softball in a social media or statistics keeping capacity
Students are utilized by USF Athletics Communications to assist with social media responsibilities or statistics keeping. These students would serve on game days as they are available. This is an unpaid opportunity for USF students interested in working in sports.
Tasks include: running USF sport accounts’ Instagram stories during games, taking shot charts for basketball, assisting with official stats for baseball and softball, running stats, etc. This is a great opportunity to learn the behind the scenes action of college athletics, network with industry professionals and gain real experience.
Students sign up to work games around their schedule and are trained at their first events. Meals are provided at most games. Opportunities for growth or continuing on past the spring semester are available.
Interested students should send a resume and a statement of interest to assistant director of communications, Lorie Garnett, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Selected students would begin immediately and continue through the spring semester or into summer if desired.
Please see the attached flyer. The contact information is at the bottom.
Promotional and Marketing intern at USF Center for Entrepreneurship
The intern will report to Estevan Serrano, program analyst and the director of the department, Dr. M. Fountain
This internship position requires a combination of skills in marketing, PR, advertising and –ideally, but not mandatory- graphic design and video editing.
The intern will work on three main center initiatives- the Frank and Ellen Daveler Pitch Competition, the Fintech Business Pitch Competition, and the Florida Blue Health Innovation Competition. Additionally, the intern will work on continued marketing efforts for the Center for Entrepreneurship.
Responsibilities and Duties:
- Essential duties required to carry out this job:
- General mass communication responsibilities
- FOR THE COMPETITIONS-
- Marketing/ Promoting / Advertising the competitions
- Writing, editing, and sending out feature pieces about the competitions, competition finalists, and awardees, etc. (standard journalism) *NOTE: this involves using the inverted pyramid format, collecting the biographical information from each finalist, and sending the pieces out to the appropriate universities and local media outlets
- Digital media/ social media promotions via Facebook and LinkedIn
- After the competitions, compile all photos into a Dropbox folder and distribute link via email to all who would need/want them
- FOR THE CENTER-
- General Marketing/ Promoting / Advertising
- Digital media/ social media promotions via Facebook, LinkedIn, and the Center’s official website
- Updates about Center Initiatives in the forms of email, Constant Contact email blasts, digital graphic flyers, messages for the Muma College of Business digital wall, etc.
- Essential duties required to carry out this job:
- Education level= Currently in a mass communications undergraduate program
- Experience= Background in mass communications (advertising, journalism, PR, etc.)
- Specific skills= Marketing/PR/advertising, digital media promotion, interpersonal skills, etc.
- Additional notes:
- Business professionalism is mandatory as professional entrepreneurial meetings are held and hosted at the center often
- Clear and concise communication is important. All emails must have the appropriate people CC’d, as to keep everything transparent and inclusive. Keep all communication professional
- This position is unpaid
- Work schedule is flexible, as we strive to accommodate the intern’s class schedule. However, event attendance may be made mandatory is the intern’s assistance is needed. Weekly hours worked will be based off the Mass. Comm. Internship capstone requirements.
- The intern will work at the Center for Ent., which is located in the College of Business, 3rd Floor of the older business building, BSN 3331
Send resume and cover letter to Paige Bravo at email@example.com.
The race to be the next Mayor of the City of Tampa is underway! The Ed Turanchik for Mayor campaign is looking to add dedicated college and high school students to the team who are dedicated to electing an experienced public
servant to lead our city.
Ed is a transit and environmental activist, as well as a former chair of the Hillsborough County Commission. He has spent his life fighting for our community and the civil rights of everyday Americans. His priorities include building a revolutionary transit system, providing greater access to affordable housing, creating
an innovation economy that supports startups and entrepreneurs, and improving the quality of education in our public schools and universities.
If you are interested in becoming involved in local politics or see how campaigns work, this opportunity will be a great experience! With a team of professionals to learn from, Fellows and Interns will gain experience on a highly
competitive race that can help prepare them for 2020!
Upon completion of the program, participants should possess a greater understanding of how campaigns operate and how the following areas impact campaigns:
– Political Fundraising
– Voter Targeting and Outreach
– Data Collection and Integration
– Event Planning
– Volunteer Recruitment and Coordination
Given the nature of campaigns, responsibilities will vary based on current needs but the program will attempt to personalize experiences based on interests and current objectives. Possible opportunities include:
– Finance Department: Donor research, preparing mailings, updating donor database, completing research
projects, and attending and staffing fundraising events.
– Field/Political Department: Performing targeted voter contact, such as canvassing and phone banking; attending
community events such as debates, forums, town halls, and rallies; recruiting and managing volunteers; updating
voter contact database, including cutting targeted lists and uploads; and assisting with cutting calls and walk lists.
– Communications/Digital Department: Assisting with the execution of the communications and digital strategy, including media monitoring, content creation and curation, and data analysis.
Beyond assisting specific departments, all Fellows will be responsible for helping out in the office and should be prepared to accomplish specified voter contact goals weekly.
Candidates for this position must be comfortable interacting with strangers in a variety of environments, including on the phone, at events, or while canvassing door-to-door. We are looking for individuals who demonstrate superb
communications skills, are friendly, outgoing and approachable, are flexible and adaptable, and are fast learners with the technology.
Desired commitment is 10-15 hours per week, including some weekends and evenings, for Interns; 15-20 hours per week for Fellows. The program will start in early January and run through either the March 5 General Election or
April 23 Runoff, depending upon results.
If you are interested in applying please contact John@EdForMayor.com
2019 MADE Summer Internship Program
at The ANA Educational Foundation (View all jobs)
Leadership Program Overview
The MADE (Marketing and Advertising Education) internship is a leadership development program for students interested in becoming the future leaders of the marketing and advertising industry. Founded by the ANA Educational Foundation, the MADE internship places you in a summer intern program at one of more than 50 marketing, advertising, or media companies, with participants including MasterCard, IBM, Sephora, McCann, mcgarry bowen, and Ogilvy & Mather. Positioned as the “common app” for summer intern programs, this paid program is designed to provide students with the skills, the mentors, and the training that will help you thrive in the industry. Ad Age recently profiled the MADE program which launched just last year.
If one or more of the following core attributes sound like you, please apply!
Relentless Explorers and Learners – We are looking for students who are relentless in their pursuit to acquire knowledge and learn more about a wide variety of topics. You might love Shakespeare as much as you love a particular commercial or an Instagram post that went viral.
Creative Storytellers – We want people who can write and speak in a way that captures the imagination of those around you. While the story itself might be fantastic, knowing when and how to communicate it is just as important.
Data Wonks and Jocks – If you dream in decimals and thoroughly enjoyed long division as a kid, you may possess one of the most coveted skills in marketing today: data intelligence. Don’t fret if you’re not a math or science whiz, though. We simply want you to be comfortable using numbers to guide your decision making.
Critical Thinking Problem Solvers – Every day, there is a new business problem to be solved. There is often no textbook when it comes to finding solutions to these problems. We need critical thinkers who can come in and find ways to address problems that the industry has never faced.
Action–Orientated Collaborators– Are you someone who has a point of view? We want those who lean toward action and can follow an instinct, but who also bring people along toward that vision. Working together is just as important as knowing when and how to lead.
An Entrepreneurial Mindset – Do you have new ideas? We want that entrepreneurial spirit in the industry. Because of digital disruption, there are no set rules anymore. We need this entrepreneurial mindset to help us talk to consumers in your generation.
Meaningful Work and Life Experiences – Work experience matters, but so do extracurricular activities that show your leadership potential. What is most important is what you learned from those experiences that allowed you to become a better leader.
Cultural Anthropologists – You love culture whether that be film, art, music, or just people. You observe culture as much as you want to create culture. You have a diverse point of view because you come from a diverse point of view that enhances the thinking of others around you.
Someone with the Basics – We already assume that you know the basics, like being proficient at Microsoft Office.
Who Can Apply
Due to company demand, we are only looking for current juniors and seniors. If you’re not yet into your junior year, we’ll see you soon! For students who already have graduated from college, we unfortunately won’t be able to consider your candidacy.
The Application Process
Applicants can expect to do the following:
- Submit the Basics – A resume that includes your school, GPA, and other basic information.
- Academic Recommendation – You’ll need just one one professor recommendation. This is important to get a sense of your intellectual curiosity.
- Traits Assessment Test – We also want you to take a traits assessment test. It’s not to eliminate anyone from contention. In fact, it’s designed to help you understand your work behavior better and see what fit you have in specific industries.
- Seven Interview Questions – You will be asked to record yourself and respond to six interview questions, which you will submit to our platform. It’s a chance to see your passion, your emotion, and your thinking on why this industry might be a great fit for you.
- Final Interview – We hope to interview as many candidates as possible for this program. We would love to do these in person. But realistically, most of them will be done by video. Then, based on this total process, we will start matching you with the host company who might want to do one last conversation before you get accepted to the program.
This is highly-competitive internship. We expect several hundred applications with only about 40 or 50 host companies to place candidates. We take each application seriously, and we want you to do so as well.
The Summer Internship Experience Itself
You will be part of a structured paid summer program at one of our host companies. You will be assigned a manager and also, in most cases, have a project to work on for the entire summer with a team. The expectation is that each summer program will deliver a meaningful work experience that gives you significant exposure to what skills you need in the marketing and advertising industry to be a future leader.
Preparation for the Summer Experience
For those who do get offers, we plan to provide you with the following:
- Spring Semester Training – We will gear you up for your summer intern program by providing you with training during the spring semester. We will connect you with industry leaders who will make sure you are briefed on the hottest topics that the industry is facing. We will also will make sure you get the appropriate soft skills training, such as basic presentation skills and running effective meetings, so you are set up for success.
- Mentorship – You will be assigned a mentor from our AEF network who can serve as a resource for you over the course of the summer and beyond. We want them to be a sounding board for you outside of your structured program for your own personal and professional growth.
- A Place for Your Impressions– Throughout the process, we will be asking for feedback on your experience in the program.
- Alumni Group Formation – This process doesn’t end after you finish your internship. It continues on, as we want you to be part of an alumni group that provides feedback to future applicants. We want to see you develop and be successful enough to serve as a future talent ambassador.
Submit the full application by Friday, January 18th. We will be interviewing candidates on a rolling basis, so the earlier you apply, the better the chances you will be considered. The full list of MADE interns will be announced in mid to late February with their placements at a host company.
- The spring semester training will start in early March.
- During the spring semester, MADE interns will be assigned a mentor.
- MADE interns will start their summer internship program when the host company starts their program, which typically occurs in June.