Category: Marketing (Page 1 of 5)

Remote – Snatch – Marketing Director


Marketing Director Position

 eBay for your school.

Snatch is a marketplace app, where students can sell or buy their products–from notes, books, to furniture–with students from the same university. We have developed an app scheduled to launch in December and have established as an internationally incorporated company.

Now, we wish to start sharing our product with fellow college students and are excited to proceed with the marketing phase of our startup! We currently have a marketing team at UPENN and are actively recruiting for marketing directors at Duke. Please see the details below for the role and do not hesitate to reach out with any questions!

You will be

  • Driving the marketing portion during the launch of the app at Duke
  • Managing app’s social media accounts and developing a strong social media presence
  • Help conduct beta testing for the app next semester
  • Designing promotional material (experience in design is a plus!)

You’d be a great fit for this role if you

  • Are passionate about the problem we are trying to solve and excited to launch a startup
  • Have previous marketing experience or business mindset (optional)
  • Have social media knowledge and Duke student life knowledge

Please email me,  (Abby Huang), if you are interested and we can schedule a call to discuss more in detail!

Remote – MysteryMeals – Founding CTO

What is MysteryMeals?

MysteryMeals is a fun way to explore new dishes and restaurants in your area with the click of a button. We’re building an app. to eliminate the indecision in deciding on where to eat and the search costs involved in finding a new venue. In less than two weeks, we’ve amassed a waitlist of 100+ and $200+ in sales from beta users with a low-tech prototype and caught the eye of some sharks in the process.

Who are we looking for?

A founding CTO – someone to lead the product side of things, including but not limited to our user experience, product design, tech. stack, and backend development. To be compensated with a large equity stake.

What traits should you have for this role?

  • Passion about the problem
  • A great attitude – no “brilliant jerks”
  • A growth mentality – nobody knows everything, it is what you do when you don’t know something that matters more
  •  Radical transparency
  • Independent thinker – no “yes men”
  • Ownership over problems – we are the antithesis of a bureaucracy
  • Customer obsessed
  •  Team player – We>I, always
  • Long-term focus
  • Strategical thinker
  • Highly flexible – we will likely have to pivot more than once, so buckle up
  • Stellar communicator – you’ll need to sell the vision to future employees, stakeholders, and

Where should I reach out if interested in learning more?

Email me (Denna Huang) at , or text me at 919.360.3553

Raleigh – The Loading Dock – Community Assistant

Follow this link for more info.

To apply:

  1. Please email your resume to
  2. Your email subject line should be formatted as:  Community Assistant – First Name, Last Name
  3. Cover letters are too formal for our taste. In the body of your email, just tell us about yourself – what you are passionate about, what you studied in school, your current job, why you are interested in this job, or anything else you think we should know.

The deadline to apply is Thursday, October 15. If your application does not include all of the mandatory items, it will not be considered. No phone calls, please.


Raleigh – The Loading Dock – Community Coordinator

Follow this link for more info.

To apply:

  1. Please email your resume to
  2. Your email subject line should be formatted as:   Community Coordinator Position – First Name, Last Name
  3. Cover letters are too formal for our taste. In the body of your email, just tell us about yourself – what you are passionate about, what you studied in school, your current job, why you are interested in this job, or anything else you think we should know.

The deadline to apply is Thursday, October 15. If your application does not include all of the mandatory items, it will not be considered. No phone calls, please.


Remote – Everharbor – Internship

Everharbor is seeking  Fall semester interns who are looking to improve their skills in any combination of the following areas:

  1. Social Media Content Creation + Management
  2. Digital Community Management + Email Marketing
  3. Full-Stack Development / Engineering (see tech stack below)

As we work toward revenue/fundraising, we do not have an hourly-rate budget allocated for interns. We are seeking interns who could participate as part of a class, for class credit (we would provide assessments, etc, as needed), or a low flat-rate stipend.

If interested email


Remote – CBL Consulting – Marketing Associate Internship

  • Work with a Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business (SDVOSB) with sales, marketing, and other forms of brand building.
  • The SDVOSB (CBL Consulting) is focused on making it easier for small to mid-sized companies to do business with the federal government.
  • CBL is focused primarily on driving sales to companies within the Greater Philadelphia region.
  • Roles of the Marketing Associate include:
    • Developing a branding and marketing strategy
    • Defining the customer segmentation
    • Creating collateral relevant to customer segments
    • Managing a communication calendar
    • Supporting outbound and inbound sales efforts
  • Hours: anticipated ~5 hours a week with a ~8-week commitment, yet CBL will take as much time as available
  • Compensation: $250 and 20% of all sales enabled
  • Attributes:
    • Self-starter and entrepreneurial mindset
    • Comfortable with ambiguity
    • Passion for digital enablement
    • Keen on building something new
    • Highly organized and high integrity

Contact for application information.

Remote – Aristotle’s Cafe – Comm. and Marketing Internship

Communication and Marketing Intern (Remote Work)

Internship | Unpaid, Part-Time

Aristotle’s Cafe was created to help people connect, think critically, and practice democratic dialogue. Since 2005 we have had the chance to hold over 1,000 face-to-face discussions that matter with over 10,000 people across 3 continents. In this position, you will work directly with our Founder, Hassan Ghiassi (Have a look at his TEDx Talk to find out what he thinks about empathy).

We’re looking for undergraduate and graduate interns who are eager to contribute to a growing organization and develop a range of skills. The Aristotle’s Cafe team is made up of volunteers spread across the globe. Meaning your efforts will impact professionals in the US, youth in Iceland, leaders in Thailand, women in Myanmar, and beyond.

In addition to experiencing the day to day of a growing organization, we dedicate time to focus on different areas of your professional development. Some examples of past professional development sessions include: LinkedIn tips and tricks, resume and cover letter help, digital marketing training, identifying and developing personal narratives, and general interviewing (both job-related and informational).

This is a virtual internship. All internships are unpaid, but once you become a part of the team, our network is your network.

Duration: 3-6 Months

Interns will be exposed to:

  • Small business owner’s needs for marketing
  • Digital Marketing and Networking
  • SEO best practices
  • Keyword Research and Longtail keyword practices
  • The inner workings of running and scaling a successful business
  • Building and designing online website and global social movement

Responsibilities & Learning Opportunities:

  • Develop and implement communications and marketing plan
  • Assist with writing, editing, and proofing editorial content for various audiences, including social media, print, and website
  • Support development of communications and marketing collateral
  • Conduct research that supports institutional communications and outreach, including programs, audience development, and partnerships
  • Develop and implement e-newsletters
  • Develop reports and information about social media and web analytics
  • Use research and outreach to get brand into publications
  • Assist with the creation of infographics and other graphic content for social media
  • Collaborate with Founder on ideas for programmatic and communications-related content

Qualifications / Requirements:

  • Passion for digital marketing
  • Managing and prioritizing work for multiple projects in order to meet defined deadlines.
  • Working and communicating well within a team.
  • Ability to take direction well, work independently and be a self-starter
  • Familiar with DropBox, Google Suite and Google docs
  • Must have your own computer to work on
  • Ability to complete multiple tasks under tight deadlines and receptive to feedback.

How to Apply:

All interested candidates should apply via email at with the subject line “Communication and Marketing Intern (Remote Work) + Your Name” please include a cover letter, resume and 2-3 work samples or a link to portfolio.

Our policy is to provide equal employment opportunities to all applicants and employees. Applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to, and will not be discriminated against, on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, national origin or ancestry, sex, age, physical or mental disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or any other legally-recognized protected basis under federal, state or local laws, regulations or ordinances.

The employer reserves the right to modify, change or add to the duties of this job description at any time. The intern understands and acknowledges that this position is terminable at will at any time by Aristotle’s Cafe. All client’s names and contact information remain the property of Aristotle’s Cafe and cannot be taken or used. All graphics, photos, videos and proprietary information remains the property of Aristotle’s Cafe and cannot be used for other purposes other than approved portfolio display.

Durham – Durham Delivers – Coordinator

The American Underground and Discover Durham collaborated with local restaurants to launch a site that allows local residents to order from local establishments and receive their food at a convenient, nearby drop-off point. This is important as it cuts out the Grubhub type apps that are charging 30% for their delivery service and eliminating small business profit/break-even.

Durham Delivers ( is a clean, one-page site focused on driving support of Durham restaurants and building community among residents. The site showcases restaurants offering one-stop delivery to neighborhood parks/common areas on a rotating basis every Friday and Saturday. Residents can visit the site, see which restaurants are delivering to their neighborhood park and when, and click away from the page directly to the restaurant of their choosing. When the food is delivered, residents can enjoy eating together or taking the food home. And know they’re supporting local restaurants.

There is no fee for the delivery and restaurants are able to keep more of their margins by not using other delivery apps. Discover Durham and other partners will lead the marketing and promotion of this and will rely on neighborhood listservs to drive interest in the service.

It’s roughly 8-10hrs/week max and focused on marketing the program to area residents, collaborating with participating residents to ensure logistics and operations are smooth, and expanding the program beyond the initial pilot of 8 restaurants.

Unfortunately, because this is all volunteer driven, we do not have funding for this–all resources are going to the restaurants to keep them alive right now.

If interested please email

Remote – StudentSide – Marketing Intern

About StudentSide

StudentSide is an edtech company working on an end-to-end platform to help high schoolers learn about their dream schools firsthand from college students who attend those schools. Our mission is to destress and demystify the college process so high schoolers can make the best quality college decision. Given how large of an investment a college degree is monetarily and in terms of one’s time, it is worth conducting the proper due diligence to ensure a school is the right fit.

Job Description

We’re looking for a marketing intern to help us execute our marketing strategy. Given it is unpaid, we want to help design projects that you’d enjoy and benefit from to gain the skills you want.

Job Responsibilities

  • Multiple Instagram posts each week under various formats, including:
    • Mentor Spotlights (1/week)
    • College Spotlights (2/week)
    • College Fun Facts (3/week)
  • Multiple Facebook posts per week
  • Linkedin updates
  • Keeping up with mentor database
    • Send out weekly email updates
    • Design graphics for these updates
  • Design quick videos spotlighting multiple mentors at the same school (interview panel)
  • Get creative!
    • Think of new ways to market to high school students and families
    • Design fun, interactive games, etc. for our mentor database
    • Design fun, interactive games for high school students to keep involved

Job Requirements

  • Be able to devote at least 10-12 hours per week on this role
  • Be able to think strategically, analytically, and creatively
  • Be a fervent learner; we do not expect you to know everything for this role, but we expect your to know what to do when you do not know something
  • Adept at using Instagram, Facebook, Linkedin, and other social media
  • iMovie or other video production software skills
  • Skilled in canva and/or other marketing software
  • Photoshop a plus
  • Be an immaculate communicator
  • Be incredibly organized
  • Passion about this position; if you’re interested in this position solely to boost your resume or make money, don’t waste your time applying
    • We want to create real change and redefine the college search experience

Application Process

Please apply using the following link:

If you have any further questions regarding this position or would like further details, reach out to us at the

Applications are due May 25. We look forward to reading your application!




Remote Internships

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