The GREEN Program (TGP) is an experiential education and workforce development program for young leaders in sustainable development. Created for students, by students, TGP has introduced a new model for education abroad– driven by a desire to provide purposeful, hands-on industry exposure at a fraction of the time and cost. Inspired by the United Nations' Sustainable Development Goals, our short-term, accredited, career focused approach creates truly transformative experiences for students around the world– unlocking doors to governmental, public, and private facility access, exclusive tours, and unique bucket-list experiences.
Our unique partnerships with universities around the world allow our students to have a truly authentic experience by learning from local professors, experts and government officials. TGP seeks to redefine the classroom by enabling one-of-a-kind experiences like studying the effects of climate change on the top of our world’s glaciers.
As we grow, we are excited to invite more creative, results-driven members to our team. TGP is proud to be a workplace inspired by inclusion and diversity. Join our team today and be a part of our growing impact-organization!
The GREEN Program (TGP) is seeking a skilled and results-driven intern to join our small, fast-paced team in Philadelphia (remote) as a Social Media intern.
The Social Media intern will directly assist the Community Engagement & Operations Coordinator with a wide array of creative projects and play an integral role in the development of TGP's communication and outreach team. The intern will develop strategies with the HQ team and work with TGP alumni, students, and partners on various levels. They will also be in charge of introducing and implementing innovative campaigns to grow our social media platforms and brand awareness.
Manage and regularly post creative and relevant content on Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, and more
Create, share, and educate our social media network on subject matter related to sustainability, social justice, climate change, travel, and global education
Help develop new social media presence on platforms such as TikTok
Find articles, stories, resources or other content that is relevant to our followers in the forms of photos, video, blogs, graphics or other content
Collaborate with Community Engagement & Operations Coordinator to ensure a consistent campaign and relative content
Review data and analytics on the performance of social media platforms and adjust plans or strategies to optimize outreach
WHAT IT TAKES:
A creative self-starter who is comfortable with both taking initiative and working in collaboration
Passionate about the intersections of sustainability, social justice, climate change, and travel
Strong writing skills
Self-motivated, results-driven candidate with a problem-solving attitude who thrives in an entrepreneurial, creative environment
Strong ability to communicate, present and influence key stakeholders at all levels of an organization
Excellent listening and presentation abilities; strong verbal and written communication skills
Strong time management skills and attention to detail
Growth mindset and a desire to grow personally and professionally
Experience and familiarity with content production, social media management, and analytics (Including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, LinkedIn, etc.)
Design experience with Canva
Experience working with a small-team on a fast-paced, startup environment is a plus
JOIN OUR TEAM!
To apply, submit a resume, any prior social media design work, and personal statement to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Subject line: "Social Media Intern"
Applications are rolling. To start immediately until Aug 31, 2021 with potential opportunity to extend. This is a remote position.
As a Minority and Woman-owned business, The GREEN Program is proud to be an equal opportunity employer that is committed to and celebrates diversity and inclusion in the workplace. We prohibit discrimination and harassment of any kind based on race, color, sex, religion, sexual orientation, national origin, disability, genetic information, pregnancy, or any other protected characteristic as outlined by federal, state, or local laws.