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Health Promotion Marketing And Social Media Internship

Champions For Health

Jan. 7, 2019, 3 a.m. - Dec. 31, 2019, 3 a.m.

Position: Social Media and Marketing Intern (unpaid)Employer: Champions for Health (CFH)Reports to: Executive DirectorChampions for Health is a nonprofit organization (Tax ID #95-2568714) dedicated to help those without or limited access to healthcare. Our internship provides an unparalleled opportunity for professional growth and development and will prepare the intern to be an ambassador in their profession. Interns will have frequent contact public health experts, physicians, civically-minded health professionals and health organizations. Interns will have the opportunity to aid our mission to provide pro bono specialty care, conduct field research and work along staff dedicated towards a healthy San Diego.Position Overview:Champions for Health is looking for a social media intern who thrives under creative freedom. We’re looking for a story teller who can capture the hearts of potential donors using words, graphics, and pictures of our programs and events throughout San Diego County. A penchant for visuals and a solid understanding of social media is strongly encouraged and the ability to take initiative is a must. This is a great way to demonstrate experience in the field of marketing, communication, development, or any nonprofit work. Hours are flexible 4-8 hours a week, and work can be done remotely.Duties and Responsibilities:Although specific projects of the interns will depend on the initiatives at the time, the following list provides an idea of the scope and breadth of the interns work at Champions for Health. Plan and coordinate a social Media Marketing Plan for our 5K to raise funds for our Diabetes Prevention Program. Manage social media marketing campaigns and day-to-day activities including: Develop relevant content topics to reach the company’s target customers. Create, curate, and mange published content (image, video, written) Monitor, listen, and respond to users in a "social" way. Develop and expand community and/ or influencer outreach efforts. Oversee design of our social medial platforms. Compile reports for management showing results. Apply skills to goal-based projects in the range of competency areas specified by the students’ interests or school's curriculum. Evaluate patient data and work with team to recommend treatment Work with team to create and sustain marketing plan Perform additional job-related duties as assignedQualifications: Excellent writing, editing and oral communication skills. Fluent in Spanish is a plus but not required Time commitment: 5 or more hours a week at our office in Kearney Mesa. Flexibility to work some weekends for events. Strong calling to support the underserved through health and medicine.

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5575 Ruffin Road, Ste 250
San Diego, California 92123

Farmworks Volunteer Work Day

International Rescue Committee In San Diego

June 8, 2019, 1:30 p.m. - Aug. 31, 2019, 4:30 p.m.

This is a monthly volunteer opportunity within the Food and Farming Department at the International Rescue Committee in San Diego.As a volunteer, you will be helping to maintain the visual aesthetic of our North Park urban farm where we run our Youth FarmWorks program. The FarmWorks program provides a paid work internship for low-income youth (ages 16-20) from the City Heights neighborhood to develop transferable job skills during the internship and, hopefully, land a permanent job immediately afterwards. The IRC operates the Youth FarmWorks urban farm and pop-up farm stand each week as a job platform for the youth interns to develop real-world work experience, while also generating revenue to sustain the program long-term.Regular Volunteer Tasks Include:Weeding the pathways and areas surrounding our raised beds,Maintaining the pathways in the garden - i.e. moving mulch in wheelbarrows and laying mulch in pathways,Weeding within our raised beds,Various other garden activities, as needed.Possible Volunteer Activities Include (depending on the month):Building various garden items with our Youth FarmWorks interns - i.e. scarecrow, community mini-library, planting out a "wheelbarrow garden bed," various other garden activities, as needed.Event Dates:Saturday, June 8thSaturday, July 13thSaturday, August 10thEvent Time:10:30am-1:30pm - Please come for however long you can. You do not have to stay for the entire 3 hours. Please give us an approximate arrival time and for how long you will be able to stay.Event Address:3725 30th St, San Diego, CA 92104 (Corner of 30th and Gunn St. in North Park)Parking:Street Parking. There is usually parking available within walking distance. There is also a parking garage one block north of us. We recommend car-pooling whenever possible.What to Bring:Please wear comfortable clothing that you do not mind getting dirty.Closed toed shoes are required, we cannot let you work on-site if you are wearing open-toed shoes.Water bottle to keep hydrated.Sunscreen and any other weather appropriate items.Contact Robbie Wilcox for questions regarding this opportunity: 641-7510 x 263

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3725 30th Street
San Diego, California 92104

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