HEADstrong Seeks Social Media Intern Beginning Jan. 2019

HEADstrong Foundation Social Media Internship

REPORTS TO: Vice President

DURATION:  On or before January 2019 – May 2019  (Paid)

LOCATION: Holmes and/or Swarthmore Offices in Delaware County, PA – there will be limited travel required but it will be reimbursed by the foundation.  10 hours per week.

JOB SUMMARY:  The Social Media Intern is responsible for working with the Marketing Specialist to  coordinate and execute HEADstrong’s social media strategy across key social media channels.  The successful candidate will work closely with key members of staff, external social media consultants to learn about social media, digital communications and marketing in a business to business environment. This role will be instrumental in increasing our social media presence and gaining visibility for our brand among the cancer community – families we serve and donors.

  • Collaborate to create and implement campaigns.
  • Develop content calendars on a weekly and monthly basis for company brands.
  • Monitor analytics with social media team to identify viable ideas.
  • Create engaging blog and social media content.
  • Provide support to our marketing team at live and online events.

This position is open to students looking to gain well-rounded experience and exposure to aspects of the sports marketing and nonprofit event industry – all while making a difference in the lives of families who are affected by cancer. The internship is conditional on the successful completion of a background check and availability provided during the interview.

ABOUT THE HEADSTRONG FOUNDATION: The HEADstrong Foundation is a non-profit organization committed to improving lives affected by cancer. HEADstrong was founded by Nicholas Colleluori, a Division I athlete entering his sophomore year at Hofstra University when he was terminally diagnosed with cancer. His public fight from the sidelines captivated the nation and from his hospital bed he created an organization focused on empowering student-athletes to improve lives affected by the disease. His vision was simple yet critical; helping real families when they needed it most, providing support so that families may live with a greater dignity and normalcy. Colleluori fought to improve the inpatient experience, the affordability and accessibility of care and tackled the general concerns facing the patient population.

It’s a promise that the Colleluori family continues to fulfill through the essential programs and services offered by the HEADstrong Foundation, www.HEADstrong.org. HEADstrong is 100% committed to improving the quality of life for families affected by cancer. HEADstrong grants financial assistance, funds projects to improve the inpatient experience, provides meals and outlets of entertainment, delivers comfort kits, peer support and most notably operates Nick’s House™, a haven of comfort for families seeking comprehensive cancer care.

Submit resume to [email protected]