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Marketing & Events Intern

Internship Responsibilities

  • Assist with event planning and logistics
  • Contribute at least one monthly blog post
  • Assist with Collegetown social media development
  • Provide feedback on possible future Collegetown programming and events
  • Market and promote Collegetown programs and events
  • Serve as liaison between community and campus partners
  • Offer general operational support 

Skill Set Required

  • Strong written and verbal communication skills
  • Social media 
  • Website management 
  • Passion for Baltimore 

Internship Location

Baltimore, MD

Details

Semester: Spring (Feb - May)
Hours per week: 10 hours per week
Workdays: Flexible
Pay: Yes

Application Requirements

Application Deadline: January 6, 2020
Required Documentation: Resume, Cover Letter
Application Instructions Submit a resume and cover letter to Special Events Manager, Madison, at mboris@baltimorecollegetown.org by Monday, January 6, 2020

Additional Information

Do you love Baltimore? Want to get real-world experience AND have the opportunity to connect with the city outside of campus life?  Intern with the Baltimore Collegetown Network!

The Baltimore Collegetown Network, a non-profit consortium of 14 area colleges and universities, works to enhance the academic, professional, and social lives of Baltimore’s 160,000 college students.  For the last 20 years Collegetown has been developing projects and partnerships that attract, engage, and retain students, raise the profile of Baltimore as a college destination, and help colleges share resources.

The Baltimore Collegetown Network is hiring an intern to support organizational events and marketing initiatives throughout the spring semester.

Headquarters

4701 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, Maryland 21210

About Baltimore Collegetown

The Baltimore Collegetown Network brings area colleges and universities -- including 120,000 students and $17 billion in economic activity – into a consortium that benefits each institution and the region as a whole. We articulate the message that Baltimore is a great college town and create programs that strengthen that claim.  Collegetown began as a grassroots effort in the late 1990s, was officially incorporated in 1999, and received 501c3 status in 2001. Our projects and partnerships attract, engage, and retain students, raise the profile of Baltimore as a college destination, and help colleges share resources. Primary programs include:

  • Academic Partnerships
  • Transportation
  • Marketing
  • Internships
  • Communities of Practice
  • Research Studies
  • Engagement Programs
  • Collegetown LeaderShape