The Page Society is seeking a part-time intern (15-20 hrs/week) to assist with membership services (supporting membership recruitment and customer service). The ideal candidates will be current undergraduate or graduate students (or recent graduates of a graduate-level program) in a relevant field of study. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Aashna Dhayagude at email@example.com.
As part of this internship, Page will attempt to pair a Page or Page Up “mentor” with the intern, and will ensure that interns have an opportunity to work with Page members, who are leaders in the PR industry. That may involve supporting committee work and/or a specific project.
- Research prospective members and support membership recruitment efforts.
- Project manage a membership recruitment initiative.
- Tracking member transitions
- Providing support for committee work
- Communicate with members in support of membership recruitment.
- Maintain records for membership and the online member directory.
- Provide administrative support to other team members as needed such as invoicing and processing payments etc.
· Works collaboratively with peers;
· Good attention to detail, including proofreading and editing ability;
· Strong organizational skills;
· Ability to communicate effectively;
· Proficient in MS Office, including Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook; and
· Background and/or undergraduate degree in corporate communications, public relations, marketing, or journalism (current graduate student preferred).
About the Page Society
The Page Society is the world’s leading professional association for senior public relations and corporate communications executives and educators who seek to enrich and strengthen their profession.
Our membership consists primarily of chief communications officers (CCOs) of Fortune 500 corporations and leading non-profit organizations, the CEOs of the world’s foremost public relations agencies, and academics from top business and communications schools who have distinguished themselves teaching and/or studying corporate communications. The Page Society has strict membership criteria that ensure it remains an exclusive assembly of the very best and brightest of the profession.
Since its founding in 1983, the Page Society has brought together senior communications leaders from different industries who are interested in helping each other become more effective in their role and perpetuating high professional standards – which have been codified in the eponymous “Page Principles.”
About Page Up
Page Up is a membership organization for Page Society members’ most senior staff leaders. Already, more than 250 members have been nominated and approved. For more information about the opportunity, please visit the Page Up website.