AZA-accredited zoos and aquariums, Certified Related Facilities, Commercial Members, Conservation Partners and Society Partners may post free unlimited online job listings as a member benefit. Non-members can purchase job listings. How to post a job
Interested in a career in AZA-accredited zoos and aquariums? Learn more about types of zoo and aquarium jobs and relevant education programs in our career center.
Duties: The Marketing intern will be responsible for supporting the day-to-day activities of the Marketing Team while learning valuable skills related to public relations, social media, graphic design, event and program marketing. This internship program provides students with professional experience in a nonprofit organization and the opportunity to work in an engaging environment while assisting the marketing department. It is designed to help students learn about the many facets of multimedia and marketing through hands-on projects and prepare students for future job opportunities. Interns must be able to think creatively and strategically while assisting with traditional marketing responsibilities.
Assist with the coordination and execution of marketing programs, campaigns and events
Assist with distributing marketing materials across Atlanta-metro area
Update and maintain various records and reports with a focus in Digital Analytics
Assist marketing team with creative projects
Assist with content creation for various projects
Assist with special projects, campaigns and initiatives
Assist with other duties as assigned
Undergraduate, recent graduate, or graduate student, with a degree or concentration in graphic design, marketing, advertising, public relations or related area or related work experience
Attention to detail
Self-motivated, independent, quick learner
Ability to work in a fast paced environment and multitask
Desire to learn new concepts and work on new projects
Availability to intern at least 20 hours per week
Should currently be enrolled and must have completed at least two years in a degree-seeking program
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Must be able to be on your feet for up to 4 hours at a time and lift up to 20 pounds.
WORK ENVIRONMENT: Must be able to work both inside in the office environment and occasionally outside in the park.
Zoo Atlanta is open to the public 363 days out of the year, therefore, all positions at Zoo Atlanta may require employees and interns to work some weekends, holidays, and evenings.
Please submit a cover letter, resume and required documents to email@example.com
Include any other Zoo Atlanta departments in which you are also applying for an internship. If applying for multiple departments, include your order of preference. This will not affect consideration of your application in any way.
Cover letter that answers the following questions:
A sample of work/portfolio teaser and any website that demonstrates your design work.
What are your career goals and how would this internship help you achieve them? What do you hope to gain from this internship?
What kind of coursework and/or experience do you have that would make you a valuable intern?
In what areas are you most interested in attaining experience through this internship?
You will need to contact your college/university advisor to determine if our program qualifies for credit at your institution
We make every effort to support additional projects your advisor requires in order to receive credit and are happy to discuss concerns and/or modifications of our program with your advisor
Any paperwork, including project terms, evaluations, minimum hours, or any other requirements must be submitted upon acceptance into the program, no later than 2 weeks prior to the term start date.
No preferential treatment will be granted to interns earning credit over interns not earning credit.
Zoo AtlantaAtlanta, GA 30315Phone: 14046245822
Please enter your contact information below. This is for communication purposes only and will not display on your listing.