WorkLife Partnership is a nonprofit social enterprise. We partner with companies across the country to provide their employees with support from our expert Resource Navigators to improve employee well-being through connections to resources and personal support from people who care.
We are seeking a fall marketing intern at 15–20 hours per week to take a significant role in our two-person communications department. This role will offer a wide range of duties with the possibility to adapt your work to your interests and skills.
WorkLife is a unique place to gain marketing and communications experience because we speak to multiple distinct audiences. We market our product B2B to companies from small local nonprofits to major national corporations. We raise awareness about our service to the thousands of potential clients those companies employ. We share our impact and lobby for investments and donations with funders and our broader community.
- Researching and writing blog posts, newsletters, and resource guides
- Writing and scheduling social media posts
- Drafting email marketing
- Framing and tracking a communications calendar
- Project research and development support
- Project management and administrative support
- Experience writing copy for marketing, blogs, newsletters, etc. School/extra curricular experience welcome
- Ability to research and find answers from multiple sources
- Experience writing to represent a company or organization’s brand
- Willingness to jump in and try something new
- Comfortable receiving feedback and reworking a draft
- Strong attention to detail, organization, and follow through
- Creative, curious, and tenacious
This internship is unpaid, offered for college credit only. The position will be for the summer period, with the possibility to extend into the fall if desired. All work can be done remotely. The schedule will be determined together, ideally to be around 15 hours total per week.
WorkLife Partnership is an equal opportunity employer. We recognize the power of a diverse community and strongly encourage applications from individuals with varied experiences, perspectives, and backgrounds.
Submit your resume and a one-page cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “2021 Intern”. In your cover letter, please describe:
- What you hope to learn from this internship
- Which areas of responsibility most interest you
- Why you would be a good fit for the role
We will review applications on a rolling basis.