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We are inviting social media interns to join our Transitions Online team.
Location: can be carried-out remotely
Transitions Online is looking for an intern to fill our new social media position.
One of the main responsibilities of the intern will be to manage all of Transitions' social media accounts, which includes:
The intern will be working with editors to identify content that is important to help us expand our audience, engage our readers, and promote our stories across all media platform. In addition, we expect our intern to help endorse other programs within Transitions Online such as our TOL Education training courses, workshops and conferences.
The ideal candidate would be a native speaker in English with a journalism-related or social media background. They should be excited about building TOL' social media presence.
He or she should have extensive understanding on social media platforms such as Facebook, Twitter. They should also be inherently interested in the news and journalism education.
Please note that this internship does not require you to work in our office but we ask for a minimum of 2 hours 5 times a week for at least 3 months (Monday till Friday).
How to apply:
Please send your CV and brief motivation letter (no longer than one page) outlining why you are interested in joining our team to firstname.lastname@example.org. Make sure to include in the subject line the vacancy title as above.
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