Marketing Internship Job Description
The Gray Suit Marketing, Inc. marketing internship will provide you with real world experience within the marketing consulting field. Not only will you learn marketing tactics, but also acquire sales and management skills by directly managing vendors within all categories of promotions on behalf of clients. The internship is unpaid, but you will receive a $500 stipend upon completion.
- 15-20 hours a week, at least 3 days (schedule is flexible)
- Proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Gmail
- Must bring personal computer
- Strong problem solving skills
- Initiative and drive to find ways to create value for the organization
- Major or minor in Marketing, Business, or Economics.
- Ability to self-manage projects and assignments
- Time management skills
- Experience with the following programs preferred: WordPress, MailChimp, LinkedIn, CRM, Basecamp, Dropbox, YouSendIt, Twitter, FaceBook
- Brainstorming concepts for upcoming projects & marketing strategies
- Create in depth competitive analysis documents
- Market research on competitors and consumer behavior
- Social Media Marketing- Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, Google+
- Create concise, compelling, client ready word documents and power point presentations for client deliverables
- Attend daily office meetings and prepare to provide updates
Email resume to Matthew Porcelli @ firstname.lastname@example.org.
The company website is http://www.graysuitmarketing.com/.
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These days, it can be tough to land a great student job or internship. Still, it’s important to add substance to your resume so that you are a competitive job candidate come graduation. It can be frustrating to see entry-level job listings that require “1-2 years experience,” but there are many ways to gain that experience aside from traditional employment.
Volunteering can be a fantastic way to add to your resume and work experiences, especially if you form a long-term partnership with an organization you care about. Just because work is unpaid doesn’t mean you aren’t learning valuable organizational, leadership, and teaming skills. Volunteering also shows that you are motivated and willing to work hard, and if you do a good job, you may be able to ask the program supervisor for a letter of recommendation or to serve as a reference.
There are innumerable sites out there that can connect you with great volunteer opportunities. Take a look at VolunteerMatch.org for a start, or Google a cause that’s close to your heart and look for opportunities in your area.
What do the Big 4 look for in a job candidate? Hear it straight from the source and take a look at their careers site for more information.
PricewaterhouseCooper currently has 4 intern and full time job positions posted to Port Triton:
Core Assurance Associate Multilocation Summer/Fall 2013 Job# 761568
Tax Transfer Pricing Associate PHOENIX ONLY Summer/Fall 2013 Job# 761562
Core Assurance Intern Multilocation Summer/Fall 2013 Job# 761569
Tax Transfer Pricing Intern PHOENIX ONLY Summer 2013 Job# 761559
Accounting students: Need to practice your networking before Fall recruitment begins? Join CalCPA, the California Society of CPAs and financial professionals. CalCPA connects over 38,000 members and offers invaluable services to members such as networking events, exam prep and discounts on CPA exam prep courses, scholarships, educational webinars, and resume upload to their member database.
The best part – it’s FREE for students! This is an excellent resource that Rady highly recommends utilizing. Join online: http://www.calcpa.org/content/home.aspx and then register for their next upcoming networking event:
End of Summer Networking Bash
Don’t miss a relaxing networking opportunity with fellow chapter members, chapter leadership, past chapter presidents and guests. Thanks to our sponsor Principal Financial Group.
Date: Sunday, Aug. 26
Register online: https://www2.calcpa.org/eweb/DynamicPage.aspx?webcode=EventInfo®_evt_key=87615E6B-263D-413B-8AA3-4787DA523DCD&RegPath=EventRegFees
Many students stop by Rady’s advising office to ask whether study abroad classes can count toward their business or accounting minor. The answer is Yes! Studying abroad can be an incredibly fun and enriching experience. College isn’t only about what you learn in the classroom, afterall! We highly encourage students to study abroad through one of UCSD’s for-credit programs.
How do I get started?
Take a look at our Study Abroad Information Page for more info on how to sign up and how to apply your study abroad courses toward your minor.
UCSD’s Career Services Center is an excellent resource for students considering grad school. Explore their resource guide for more information and helpful links. They also offer Professional and Graduate School advising, available by appointment. Call 858-534-4939 to set up an appointment.
Thinking about a Masters in Business Administration? US News publishes a list of top-ranked programs and offers other handy tools that can help you find a program that’s right for you. Many MBA programs prefer students with work experience, so you may want to consider working for 2-5 years before applying.
The Rady School offers a full-time student MBA program and a part-time Flex MBA program for working professionals. Find more information on our admissions page.
What Can I Do Now to Get Ready for Grad School?
∞ Connect with your Professors. Attend office hours, participate in class, ask them to serve as your mentor for an Independent Study or Academic Internship Program. You may need to ask them for a letter of recommendation someday, so practice your professionalism when speaking with them.
∞ Beef up your Resume. The best way to find out if you want to pursue further education in a field is to gain experience working in that field. Regularly check Port Triton for jobs and internships and check the UCSD Career Services Center calendar for upcoming networking and career development events. Apply for a for-credit internship through the Academic Internship Program (can count as a business minor elective with department approval).
∞ Get Involved. Gain leadership experience and connect with peers with similar career and academic interests by joining a Student Organization. Graduate programs look for students who have had experiences outside of the classroom.
∞ Study Abroad. Gain a global perspective and connect with students, schools and employers in other parts of the world. Find more information on Rady’s Study Abroad information page.