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LeadGreen provides the WaterGrass database to conservation organizations who are looking to engage more volunteers, advocates and donors. The digital marketing intern is a key member of our 4-person team. They work with the CEO to manage our email campaigns, website and content marketing for the audience of small to mid-size nonprofits that we serve. They will draft marketing emails, manage marketing campaigns, and track and report on their success. For 2021-22 they will help program automated campaigns to new prospects. Their goal is to help identify six qualified leads with a high likelihood of converting to clients during the internship.
The digital marketing intern will learn and use various tools including Salesforce, Google Analytics, and WordPress. By the end of the internship, they should be proficient at most aspects of digital marketing and have skills that major corporations, nonprofits and consulting firms are looking for. Our first intern worked with us for both semesters and then landed a job as a digital marketing specialist at a major publisher.
We seek someone who:
- meets deadlines;
- holds us to account for our own marketing tasks – since we are pulled in many directions, it’s easy for marketing to be neglected;
- speaks up – we have a lot of experience but need new perspectives;
- takes initiative and works independently – this is a remote job.
- likes working with people – we connect and collaborate virtually 2 to 3 times a week.
Technically, the right candidate:
- has experience in digital marketing, either through classes or on their own;
- writes copy well;
- can manage a website with some HTML content;
- has a background in data analysis and databases;
- learns new computer tools quickly.
We provide a stipend of $800 per semester.