ASP is looking for a Marketing Intern

Academic Support Programs Marketing Intern


The Marketing Intern will assist with the design, production, and maintenance of websites, social media sites as well as print publications to support the office of Academic Support Programs/CLUE (ASP).  The print and electronic design responsibilities will support ASP programming including CLUE Drop-in Tutoring, CLUE in the Halls, CLUE in the Commuter Commons, EDUC 401 Tutor-Mentor recruitment, and GENST 101 recruitment.


The Marketing Intern will:

  • Be familiar with UW marketing guidelines
  • Assist in maintenance and updates for websites
  • Develop and support social media outreach to undergraduate students
  • Assist with the design, production and distribution of printed program literature
  • Organize and maintain a photo/video library that serves FYP communication needs

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Experience creating print-ready documents in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator
  • Experience in designing, editing, and posting on web content
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work independently
  • Good communication skills
  • Creative and production-oriented with an eye for visual design and typography
  • A GPA of no less than 2.5

Desired Qualifications:

  • Experience growing social media presence for organizations
  • Background in human/computer interaction, Informatics, Communications, Marketing
  • Skill in videotaping, editing, and posting marketing videos/photos

Educational and Career Benefits:

The Marketing Intern will have the opportunity to work with a supportive team of students and staff working on academic support and tutoring while building a robust media portfolio.  The Marketing Intern will be supervised by the Assistant Director of Academic Support Programs and has access to UAA’s Web Developer and two IT Specialists.

Hours and Compensation:

  • The position would work 10-15 hours per week with some weeks totally 20 hours and others less than 10
  • If you are any Business major then you can receive credit through Foster School of Business
  • If you are a Communication major, you can receive credit through the Communications Department
  • This is an unpaid position, but an independent study credit could be available under GENST 391

Period of Appointment:

  • Starting Fall 2013 and continuing through the academic year.
  • Would be ideal if available to start a few weeks before classes start

To Apply:

  • Submit a resume and cover letter to Adiam Tesfay,
  • Candidate materials will be reviewed on a rolling basis
  • The position is vacant until filled



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