Social Media Internship

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The Silver City Gospel Mission is searching for 1 local student to be part of a paid social media marketing internship program (Facebook only for now)

Time Commitment: Around 1 hour per week on your own schedule with periodic online communications and short in-person training and discussion sessions with the Gospel Mission E.D.

Qualifications: We are searching for a mature local Junior or Senior High School student or Freshman College student willing to learn more about social media marketing and to act as the Silver City Gospel Mission’s social media manager.

This position will be paid at the rate of $50 on the last day of each month and will require a small daily commitment on the student’s part with periodic learning sessions and we don’t expect the time commitment to be more than one hour at most per week, most of which can be performed at the students own pace and schedule.

We are looking for someone with a set of fresh young eyes and a caring heart. Someone who has or is willing to develop good communication skills. Someone who is very responsible and can work alone with a minimum amount of supervision. Someone who can accept constructive criticism and is willing to learn along with us about social media marketing. Someone who has high moral standards and is willing to responsibly post on our behalf and set a good Christian example.

Requirements: Post at least 1 time each day on the Gospel Mission Facebook Page; strategize online with the E.D. at least 2 times per week; Meet in person with the E.D. at the Mission (or other quiet public place) for training and discussion at least once every 2 weeks. Short 1 to 2 hour initial training and set-up session required.

Goal of the Gospel Mission Facebook campaign:
To build engagement and local community awareness for the Gospel Mission
To drive traffic to our ezine landing page

Goal of the internship:
To build the students resume
To teach the student good online communication and marketing skills
To teach the student the intricacies of the social media communications channel

 

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