Growth & Marketing Internship

Campuswire

Campuswire

Growth & Marketing Internship

New York, NY
Internship
Paid
  • Responsibilities

    We’re hiring a team of Growth & Marketing interns who are excited about improving communication on college campuses.

    ---Who we are---

    We're a team of engineers from Leeds University, Cornell University, Columbia University, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University, UCLA and the University of Michigan, and we've been backed by some of the best Seed VCs and Angel Investors in Silicon Valley and New York City.

    ---What you'll be doing---

    • Working with the CEO and Head of Growth to develop and execute a plan to introduce hundreds of college professors and TAs to Campuswire over the Summer.
    • Working with CEO and Head of Growth to design and implement our growth funnel engine
    • Working with Head of Growth to create marketing content (demo videos, explainer videos, podcasts, social media content, etc.)
    • Traveling with the CEO and/or Head of Growth to several college campuses and teaching conferences across the country to meet with professors, introduce them to Campuswire (and make sure they use us in their courses!), and ignite viral growth on those campuses
  • Qualifications

    We're looking for eager, outgoing, and adaptable interns who are passionate about education, communication, and working on a small, mission-driven team.

    ---What you should have---

    • Minimum of 1 year of college

    ---Bonus points---

    • Experience as a college TA

    ---Logistics---

    • You'll be working at Campuswire HQ in Lower Manhattan.
    • Your hours will be 12-6PM, Monday-Thursday.

    ---Dates---

    • (If you attend a school on a semester calendar) June 17th - August 15th
    • (If you attend a school on a quarterly calendar) July 1st - August 30th
  • Compensation
    $2,000
  • Industry
    Information Technology and Services
  • About Us
    At Campuswire, we’re building a messaging forum designed to make communication easier between college professors, TAs and students -- especially in large classes