Marketing Intern (AngelHack)
AngelHack isn't your typical tech company; we're the innovative trailblazers in the realm of hackathons, incubators, and Web3 technologies. With a vibrant community of 300,000 developers and a track record of collaborating with industry giants over the years, we're on the hunt for a Marketing Intern (Sorcerer-in-Training) who's ready to dive into the rabbit hole of tech marketing. You will be reporting to the Marketing Lead (your new partner-in-sorcery).
What You'll Do:
- Content Creation: Assist in crafting engaging content for blogs, social media, and email campaigns that resonate with our audience.
- Data Analysis: Dive into data analytics, helping us make data-driven decisions and providing valuable insights.
- Social Media Management: Contribute to the management of our social media platforms, creating and scheduling posts to boost our online presence.
- Event Support: Assist in planning and executing events, from hackathons to webinars.
- Essential:You're a student of marketing, communication, or a related field, or you're just really, really good at casting marketing spells.
- Possess a sense of humour that rivals that of a stand-up comedian (memes, puns, and witty retorts are your wand and cloak).
- Commit minimally 3 months of full time internship; even better if it's for 6 months.
- Desirable: Copywriting skills — bonus points if you have conquered the art of persuasive copywriting.
- Worked in teams without causing a fire.
Perks & Quirks
- Our culture - Imagine a Silicon Valley hackathon hosted by the cast of The Office.
- Free coffee 😉
- Opportunities to learn, grow, and maybe even master the art of juggling (both tasks and actual balls).
- A team that's hilarious, and slightly quirky.
How To Slide Into Our DMs
Shoot your shot by sending a CV, cover letter and your internship availability period that we can't ignore to email@example.com. GIFs and memes are encouraged.All submissions to be sent latest by end October.
Hope you like what you've read, because we can't wait to pretend we understood your cover letter. See you in the interview room — or, you know, Zoom.