Saturday, November 10, 2012

IPPL is looking for a Social Media Intern


The Institute for Philosophy in Public Life is looking for an intern to increase traffic and participation in our social media, and to be responsible for promotion of our events online. Click here to apply via Intern-Sushi, an intern placement website.


Note: given the nature of the site, only premium users can access the ads at first. That will change in a week or so, so if you don't want to pay, be patient. If there were a completely free site like this, we'd use it. But rest assured, we are not getting any kind of kickback for asking you to use the site.

Less experienced interns will be responsible for adding followers and "likes" to our Facebook and Twitter pages, and cultivating discussion on our discussion boards. They will advertise our programming on directories across the web to increase our web footprint in a variety of ways.

More experienced interns will have more advanced duties, including website design, advertisement creation, and multimedia development.

The most experienced interns will be able to develop a marketing/publicity plan and implement a full, international multimedia portfolio to support the site.

INTERNSHIP MAY BE VIRTUAL -- CANDIDATES NEED NOT LIVE IN GRAND FORKS, ND.

STUDENTS WHO WISH TO RECEIVE COLLEGE CREDIT MUST BE ENROLLED AT A UNIVERSITY AND WORK WITH THEIR INSTITUTION TO ARRANGE CREDIT. TO GET CREDIT THROUGH THE UNIVERSITY OF NORTH DAKOTA, FEES MAY APPLY.

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