Social Media Internships, Artspromo, Amherst, MA

Exceptional social media, music/business internship for credit

Join a boutique fast paced organization, promoting award winning Musicians and small Businesses.

Rolling admissions including
Location: Amherst MA
12 hours a week, two days a week 10-3
Long term commitment (Semester or school year)
Must already be immersed/using all social media 

Learn how to:

Track social media growth and create online ads (Facebook, YouTube, Instagram, Twitter) & understand analytics
Create online contests and giveaways for clients products
Write and organize posts on clients Facebook, Instagram & Twitter accounts, @Tagging and #Tagging
Learn to use Mailchimp, Wordpress,  Dropbox, G-Drive, Apps etc
Edit client press releases
Respond to clients with detailed emails regarding promotion of their campaign

Please be:

Extremely attentive to detail 
Have a professional attitude
Be creative, critical and articulate
Possess excellent grammar (English Majors, writers, journalists etc. encouraged)
Must be an excellent mutli-tasker
Savvy and able to figure out new tasks on your own, using the internet as a resource.
 

INTERNSHIP 1  Office Assistant: Extreme attention to detail needed for multiple touring schedules/artists, calendars contracts, time zones and overall office and data management in a very fast paced setting. Database entry, sending out Press Releases, gathering contact information on the web, organizing online files. This internship is perfect for someone wanting an overall business/office background, who is good at compiling and disseminating data and information and who is web savvy. Professional/confidential attitude a must.

INTERNSHIP 2 Social Media Assistant: We manage clients Social Media assets- building a fan base, running contests, communicating with fans through Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Google+ and more. We make "events", disseminate blogs, change status updates, update tour dates,  upload pictures, music files and more. Learn marketing skills specific to online resources. Must be PC/MAC fluent and up to speed with all social networking sites. Wordpress, Mailchimp, light HTML a plus.

To apply, submit paragraph of interest and resume to Jaimé Morton at artspromo@artspromo.org

 What previous Interns are saying:

"People think that social media is not essential for business. However, the shift to social media is the current motivation for everything new in technology. Artspromo has taught me valuable viral marketing concepts and tools that get me a few steps ahead of my competitors. Artspromo is an amazing work environment, I look forward to coming to the office every day"

Leah Miller, UMass '13

"I got the job I was interviewing for! I'm pretty pumped...it's a salaried job with a lot of room to grow and I'm blessed to have something so quickly out of college. Thank you so much for all the experience at Artspromo...I would have never gotten this job if not for you! I did an assignment for them so they could evaluate me and they were very impressed."

Acacia DiCiaccio, UMass '12 

"Artspromo really gives you a chance to be part of the music business and truly see how things are done. Jaime creates the perfect working environment and gives her interns everything they need to learn the new and valuable skills of viral marketing. With the roster of Artspromo being filled with Grammy Award winners, you really get a chance to experience real world business and all it entails. I would highly recommend this internship to anyone."

Daniel Stokinger, UMass '11 History Major

"I wanted to thank you again for the opportunity to intern with Artspromo this semester, I had a great experience. In terms of what I enjoyed about working here, the atmosphere you created was very conducive to learning. Your friendly nature along with little things like playing client's music during the day made my time with Artspromo an enjoyable learning experience. Looking back at the semester, I believe that many of the skills and experiences I have had will absolutely benefit me in my post undergraduate career."

Paul Hagerty, UMass '11 Isenberg School of Management