ESL Passport is looking for 2 hardworking, flexible, and creative
Marketing Interns to join our marketing team.
A successful internship with us could lead to a paid position in 2019.
ESL Passport is an informational hub for the English as a Second Language (ESL) and International Education global industry. As our members and target markets exist throughout the world, our email marketing, messaging app marketing, and social media marketing plays a vital role in our growth and development.
Curate relevant content to be shared on social media platforms.
Create original content for the website and social media platforms.
Monitor social media post engagement and respond as needed.
Design hard copy (country specific) marketing materials.
Brainstorm, create and potentially execute marketing campaigns.
Assist in creating and tracking email marketing campaigns.
Establish contact with ESL industry influencers.
Participate in brainstorming meetings with Marketing Manager & Blog Manager.
Participate in regularly scheduled feedback meetings with Marketing Manager.
ESL Passport is looking for a marketing student (undergraduate or graduate may apply) who can fulfill the above role virtually. There will be two monthly meetings to review goals, progress, and findings. Applicants should have excellent verbal and written communications skills, with working knowledge of social media and email marketing. Experience with Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, Youtube, and Pinterest, as well as Microsoft Office, are required; experience with Canva, Asana, Paypal, Dropbox, Hubspot, Buffer and MailChimp is preferred. Knowledge of Mandarin Chinese, WeChat, Line, and/or Sina Weibo are bonuses.
Required to work 10 hours a week. For university credit, the intern must complete 150 hours in a semester.
This is an entirely virtual position, so a sufficient internet connection is necessary.
ESL Passport is a start-up company. As such, the Marketing Intern will be asked to be flexible with regards to tasks needing to be adjusted due to shifts in development