Camp Communications & Marketing Intern
Responsibilities: After a training period, the Marketing Intern will be responsible for the following: Writing multiple weekly blog posts to feature activities in Mini, Day, Sports, Senior, Tennis, and Specialty Camps in addition to capturing special events. Capturing and editing high-quality photos of all camp highlights (guidance will be provided to identify key opportunities) for blogs, social media, newsletters, and summer memories slide show. Photos must feature a wide range of ages, mix of both male and female campers, and diversity. Taking video clips of day in the life camper activities as well as special events throughout the summer. This can take the form of interviews or simply capturing daily activities. Examples include features such as: Teepee Village chants, Aquatics events (camper achievements), Tennis Tournaments, Specialty Camp events (weekly demonstrations), Camp shows Mini, Day, Senior. In addition, camper testimonials, parent testimonials, and staff testimonials will be included in the requirements for the delivery of digital assets. Participation in weekly team calls with fellow interns and the Marketing team to discuss best practices and opportunities for improvements. Cataloging all photos for efficient coordination of the multi-media slide show. The expectation is to capture enough high-quality photos to fill pre-identified slide show segments to run an average of 23 minutes in duration. Master the site-level calendar of events and map out a weekly schedule in advance, knowing where to be and when to capture events. This will require extensive collaboration with Site Directors and various team members. Development of numerous communication pieces including: Develop organizational framework for tagging and repurposing assets for optimization for social media, you tube, blog posts, website, newsletters, etc. Manage all aspects of editing for each project and work with various teams to implement changes. Provide frequent updates on the progress of the projects. Travel to local ESF sites, when necessary, to support fellow interns and assure assigned tasks are completed Draft weekly blog posts across all camps offered on site. Follow specific guidelines for photo and video clips. Generate digital assets; representative of site. This requires collaborating with Site Directors to gather relevant photo and video content. Organize, track, and categorize photo across all camp segments (day, sports, senior, etc.). Qualifications Highly developed time management skills in order to complete tasks to meet deadlines. Excellent verbal and written communication skills to ensure the necessary editing of projects is communicated effectively with various team members. Strong organizational skills and the ability to multi-task as you will be completing multiple projects at once. Ability to work independently and problem solve. Interpersonal skills as you will work with multiple team members on site as well as executive staff. The ability to be flexible and handle unpredictable situations with ease. A background in journalism, photography, and digital video experience preferred. Photo and video editing software experience required.