Suffolk University Social Media & Marketing Intern in Boston, Massachusetts
Social Media & Marketing Intern
Time Limited Boston, Massachusetts
The Moakley Center at Suffolk University has been working with local and regional public agencies and nonprofit organizations for over 45 years, providing education, training, and research opportunities for public servants and community leaders.
The Moakley Center is currently providing support services to Boston Higher Ground’s two main programs, the Family Led Stability Initiative and Surround Care Coalition.
As part of efforts with Higher Ground we are looking for a part-time marketing assistant to help with managing social media and developing marketing materials and coordinating outreach efforts. Knowledge of Canva and social media platforms is required. Good communication skills both verbally and in writing.
Computer/technology skills that are reliable. - Candidate should have the ability to multitask, be creative and consistently meet deadlines.
Hours: 15 hours/week
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