Grand Piano

Internship Opportunities

 

Title: Social Media Marketing and Community Outreach Intern

Job Classification: Unpaid Intern
Hours: approximately 10 hours per week

Reports to: Executive Director

Close Date: July 25, 2022

Initial Screening Date: June 27, 2022 and open until filled

Position Overview: The Social Media Marketing and Community Outreach Intern will provide direct support to the Executive Director with a focus on, but not limited to, the areas of design and execution of social media campaigns, content creation in the form of infographics, video reels, posts, and captions, as well as the areas of outreach and relationship building within Athens, as well as nationally. The Social Media Marketing Intern will be responsible for social media analytics each month and strategizing ways to improve our reach and engagement while understanding the needs of various demographics and communities.

Responsibilities and Duties of Position:

  • Work with the executive director to create a plan for social media strategies monthly.

  • Work with the executive director to create a plan for community outreach (including volunteers)

    strategies that can be assessed and revisited monthly

  • Assist in the growth of our non-profit by raising awareness through various social media platforms.

  • Monitor postings to ensure our mission is conveyed clearly and consistently– from the terminology

    used to images posted.

  • Aid in the aspects of promoting campaigns and events.

  • Interact with followers and potential constituents by communicating and answering questions through

    the our social pages

  • Assist in implementing plans to increase followers on popular social media websites such as Instagram,

       Facebook, YouTube, and LinkedIn.
  • Assist in graphic design, photography, and video “reel” creation.

Skill Sets Needed:

Personal

  • Possess a passion for the work of HEART Music and for helping others.

  • Emotionally mature, taking an active role in supporting an organizational culture that is open, pleasant

    and supportive.

  • Must be creative and possess a growth mindset.

  • Possess good judgment and tact.

  • Not afraid to learn or make mistakes.

  • Ability to listen and build upon constructive criticism.

  • Self-motivated and resourceful.

  • Ability to ask for help when needed.

Professional

  • Strong organizational skills, detail oriented and ability to multitask.

  • Strong verbal and written communication skills.

  • Strong interpersonal skills, with an ability to communicate clearly and openly.

  • Must be resourceful and possess the capacity to adapt to change.

  • Due to the periodic need to run local errands (<15 miles), a valid driver’s license and access to personal

       transportation is preferred.

Technical

  • Confidence with Canva, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator or InDesign

  • Experience with Social Media and other digital distribution channels

  • Experience in content creation and branding.

  • Aptitude to learn new software and systems