Community and Experiences Intern
What You’ll Do
Girls’ Night In is empowering individuals to practice self-care and create more meaningful online and offline community through our weekly newsletter, original content, and more. The Spring 2020 Community + Experiences Internship will focus on various aspects of managing our on online and offline community through community building initiatives and experiences.
COMMUNITY MANAGEMENT & DEVELOPMENT
- Assist in managing our online and offline community, including answering customer service related questions and helping foster deeper connections among our community members through conversation
- Brainstorm innovative new ideas on how GNI can better connect with its community online and offline, and how GNI members can better connect with one another
- Respond to inbound inquiries
- Implement systems to help gather attendee analytics and track key metrics post event
- Assist with events, leading up to and day-of
EVENT PLANNING & PRODUCTION
- Coordinate with vendors leading up to, during, and following events
- Attend monthly community gatherings when necessary
- Help identify and list build local vendor, venue, and community partner opportunities
Reports to: Community & Experiences Lead.
- Enrolled in a 4-year college
- Understanding of GNI community and interest in developing event planning skills
- Passion for community building online AND offline
- Positive attitude, a thirst for knowledge, and an excitement for GNI
- Excellent written and verbal communicator
- Excel skills preferred
- Familiarity with event operations
- Comfortable operating in a customer service role
- Able to work remotely in a professional manner when needed
- Available for events, typically after or before work-hours
- Design skills are a plus
This role is based in Washington, D.C. and will require a minimum time commitment of 20 hours per week. Interns must have their own laptops, and must have occasional availability to assist with events execution on evenings and weekends.
Internships are paid.
How to Apply
Send your resume, brief cover letter of why you’d like to intern with us, and written/visual work samples if you have them to email@example.com with subject line “Spring 2019 Community + Experiences Internship.”
About Girls’ Night In: Girls’ Night In was built on the belief that as our lives get busier, the more important it is to take time for yourself. With burnout and mental health issues on the rise, we’re encouraging people to take care and build more meaningful community. Through our weekly newsletter, nationwide gatherings, original content, and more, Girls’ Night In is a modern brand driving and leading the self-care conversation, reaching over 300,000 people.
Girls’ Night In is committed to a diverse and inclusive workforce. We are an equal opportunity employer and all applicants will be considered for employment without attention to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, veteran or disability status.