George Mason Review – Marketing Director Internship
Are you an outgoing student who wants to help promote scholarship in the Mason undergraduate community? The George Mason Review is seeking a new Marketing Director of Public Relations. The George Mason Review is Mason’s undergraduate academic journal. It offers students the chance to be published and recognized for their innovative scholarship. The Marketing Director is responsible for publicizing the journal to the Mason community and representing the GMR at various events, in select classrooms, and to important faculty.
This internship requires at least 10 hours a week including board meetings that meet twice a month but offers a reasonably flexible work. Previous experience is not required. For more information visit our website: http://gmreview.gmu.edu. To apply, send your resume to email@example.com.
* Work with the marketing director (logistics) to create and maintain a marketing-campaign plan
* Distribute fliers, posters, and other marketing material created by the art director to be used during marking campaign
* Host an event at the end of the year to publicize the progress of the journal and the new volume
* Generating Submissions
* Develop ways to include faculty in calls-for-submission
* Develop a system for contacting faculty
* Meet with key faculty to build relationships for the GMR
* Recruiting key faculty to speak at the end of the year event
* Distributing print materials across campus
* Contacting key student organizations and groups
* Work with Student Media to advertise the GMR
* Recruit members for the Marketing Committee
* Act as liaison between the GMR and the Marketing Committee
* Meet with Marketing Committee at least twice per month
* Represent the GMR at important Mason events
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