The Atlanta Council on International Relations is seeking interns for the Fall 2019 term. Descriptions of the positions available are below. These are part-time, unpaid, internships open to undergraduate and graduate students in Atlanta, GA. Start date varies depending on term. Academic credit is available. For fall, see Stephanie Jackson by August 21, 2019, once you have an offer letter.
Apply as soon as possible by emailing a resume and cover letter expressing your interest in a particular internship position to Robert Thacker, Director of Internships.
Register attendees and handle financial receipt accounting for all ACIR events.
Support Marketing Director (MD) in all marketing aspects to include digital, print, and marketing strategy. Support all other Divisions with their respective marketing needs. This will include the development of flyers, postcards, letters, etc. as and when requested. In collaboration with the media relations intern, develop and execute a social media strategy across the Facebook, LinkedIn, and Twitter platforms. Research local target markets for organization growth through surveys and other forms of analysis. With the MD, serve as the overall lead on the ACIR website interface (unless and until a Director of Information Technology assumes the role).
Work with Program Division (PD) leadership to develop and maintain contact lists relevant to each upcoming guest speaker. In addition to the above, contact said lists by phone, letter, and/or email to notify them of upcoming events that may interest them. On behalf of PD leadership, manage all aspects of event management in Wild Apricot (WA) to include event creation, scheduling announcement releases, registrant tracking, and Past Event page development. Attend events as photographer, including the uploading of photos after the luncheon on Flickr and the Past Event page. Assist PD leadership and Chief of Protocol in working the logistical details surrounding out-of-town guest speakers. Working with Marketing, develop WA home page slides and event announcements. Develop and print event programs. The current requirements will require computer skills as well as creative thinking on several projects now being formulated for future programming and market-supporting exercises.