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Working in conjunction with the Marketing & Development Manager, the Marketing Intern’s primary responsibility is to ensure that the Institute’s many activities are accurately represented across our social media platforms, website, eNewsletters, as well as to assist with our concert live streams.

  • Online Training: 6/18/22 – 6/20/22
  • Staff Arrival Date: 6/21/22
  • In-Person Training: 6/22/22 – 6/23/22
  • Summer Festival: 6/24/22 – 8/7/22
  • Staff Departure Date: 8/8/22
Due to the collaborative nature of the position, the Marketing Intern should be an individual with strong interpersonal skills–namely effective communication and respectful demeanor. Additionally, a successful Marketing Intern will have experience with and/or aptitude for problem solving under stressful circumstances.
If in person, the Marketing Intern will work in one of the Institute’s administrative offices and, as such, is expected to dress in appropriate attire. Ripped jeans, mini skirts, halter-tops, tank tops, shorts, and t-shirts with graphics are discouraged during business hours and concerts.
The Marketing Intern will be considered an independent contractor and will be required to sign a contract. Additionally, a background check is required.
Requirements for the Marketing Intern position are as follows:
  • Current enrollment in an undergraduate marketing program
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to complete tasks in a self-directed manner
  • Experience with Photoshop, Illustrator, Canva, etc.
  • Responsive and attentive to communications during business hours
  • Ability to healthily cope with stressful and demanding situations
  • A commitment to the principles of diversity, equity, and inclusion as they relate to the Heifetz Institute and its community
  • Adheres to the Heifetz Institute policies and procedures in accordance with the mission and philosophy of the program
  • If in person, proof of up-to-date vaccination against COVID-19 with an FDA approved or authorized vaccine is required
  • Experience with the Google suite of tools, including Drive, Sheets, and Docs
Responsibilities of the Marketing Intern are as follows:
  • Assist with planning and implementation of marketing campaigns
  • Assist with the production of various marketing materials
  • Write and edit content for social media platforms
  • Monitor concert live streams
  • Attending all appropriate meetings
Compensation is $1,500 for the contracted period. Housing and meals will be provided for the duration of the contract. Employment is contingent upon the signing of a contract by the Marketing Intern and the Heifetz Institute, as well as passing a background check. The Marketing Intern will be responsible for their own transportation costs to and from the Institute.