Flexible 15-20 (Flexible Times) Unpaid (Class Credit) Coincide with School Semester

is an umbrella organization for two entities: the and Business Improvement District. The BID is a 49-block set neighborhood where property owners tax themselves to make their community cleaner, safer and more vibrant. The BID uses theses taxes to purchase services that provide a comprehensive marketing program catered to consumers. Downtown Boulder, Incorporated: A voluntary membership-based organization. The elected Board of Directors represents the voice of Downtown businesses providing advocacy to city/government entities. DBI also produces events and maintains the Downtown Boulder gift card program.

The Marketing and Communications Intern will gain applicable job experience in a fast paced office environment. This position will allow intern to develop basic knowledge in website and newsletter editing, graphic design, research and writing, blogging and social media marketing. Interns at Downtown Boulder are part of a team working on long and short term projects using multiple skill sets. Intern must be receiving class credit for this internship.

Interested students must possess: -Exceptional communication skills both written and verbal -Entrepreneurial approach to problem solving -Interest in creative writing -Basic knowledge of social media platforms (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram & Pinterest… exc) -Positive attitude and ability to work well with others -Attention to detail and ability to multitask -Eagerness to learn Preferred areas of study: Journalism, Media Studies, Communication, Public Relations and Marketing. All interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to Natalie Litke, Marketing and Communications Coordinator (natalie@dbi.org)

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