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Marketing Intern

After training, the intern must be able to clearly and professionally articulate the programs of the Hudson TMA to prospective clients in a positive manner both on the phone and in person. The position requires significant time to be spent in the field approaching perspective clients. Clients are typically Human Resource Administrators at offices within Hudson County. The intern will also enter information regarding our clients on our computer data base. The intern will schedule meetings, participate in presentations in a group setting, and comfortably approach individuals we serve to further explain programs in detail in a personable and outgoing manner.

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Marketing & Distribution Internship

Beginning date: We hope you are available to interview in December and begin early January. Hours: Minimum of 20 hours per week. INTERN JOB RESPONSIBILITIES MANAGING PRODUCER, FILM (ROB YORK): 1. General Admin Support – Answer phones, make copies etc. 2. Distribution/Marketing Internet Support – Networking YouTube, MySpace, FaceBook etc. to increase web presence. 3. Selection Committee Support – or – Director Circle Support – Help to recruit and create email lists for Selection Committee Members or Research Directors/Producers that might be interested in helping our organization. EDUCATIONAL MARKETING AND DISTRIBUTION MANAGER (ERNESTINE HELDRING): 1. General Admin Support: putting together film orders, updating Metrix database, proof-reading marketing materials 2. Research: help stay on top of conference presentation possibilities, hot topics relevant to the marketing of our films, possible distribution avenues 3. Website: creating of up-to-date, teen-centric health awareness content on a regular basis 4. Outreach: calls and emails to possible film buyers, e.g. cold-calling Planned Parenthood Directors of Educational Programs

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Public Policy and Advocacy Internship

The Public Policy and Advocacy (PPA) Intern will assist the Associate for Immigration and Refugee Policy by conducting research regarding refugee situations, asylum processes, country conditions, immigration entries, detention facilities, etc. S/he will analyze legislation to prepare policy briefs for legislative staff, affiliates, denominations, and coalition partners. The PPA Intern will also plan events, attend strategy sessions, help craft advocacy messages, participate in Congressional meetings, and draft minutes, fact sheets, letters, action alerts, research briefs, and media advisories. S/he will also be involved in the development and operations of grassroots capacity building and will direct two other interns to assist in these efforts. The PPA Intern will be required to maintain a portfolio and design a final project.

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Technology Marketing Intern

Marketing Research Intern Data-Scribe, a socially conscious Web design firm, is looking for an over-achiever who is anxious to learn on the job in a fast-paced, fun environment. This is great opportunity for someone who wants to gain valuable hands-on experience in the small business marketing industry. As our Marketing Research Intern, your PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES will be the following: -writing copy for e-mail messages, Web sites, articles, press releases, and print marketing materials -creating advertisements for print and online -putting our name in trade magazines and online directories -increasing our exposure through social media outlets including the Web, radio, and print -researching our competitors in the industry -identifying prospective clients and other business opportunities -assisting in various projects to help the overall growth of the company -attention to details is a plus

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Foundation Fundraising Intern

American Farmland Trust (AFT) is seeking a part-time development intern (10-20 hours/week, schedule flexible) to assist the Foundation Relations team during the Spring 2009 semester (beginning and ending dates flexible). While at AFT, the intern will have the opportunity to work with a supportive and cordial Foundations team on a variety of projects, and will learn about multiple facets of foundation fundraising. The position is essentially administrative. The intern will be helping behind-the-scenes to cultivate our foundation donors. Different aspects of the work may include identifying and researching prospective donors; reviewing and documenting information on foundations supporting AFT; preparing correspondence to funders; coordinating mailings; and researching supporting data (i.e. statistics and news clippings) to enhance proposals. This position is located in our Washington, DC office (near Farragut North/DuPont metros, walking distance from The George Washington University).

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