[Sust-mar] Marketing & Events Internship at Eco-Lodge on Cape Breton
jay at cabotshores.com
Wed Mar 4 11:52:11 EST 2015
*Position:* Marketing & Events Intern
*Type:* volunteer position with room and board
*Organization:* Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort: http://www.cabotshores.com
*Location:* Indian Brook
Breton Island, Nova Scotia
Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort and Retreat Center is looking for a
Marketing and Events Planning Intern for April and May, 2015.
Cabot Shores Wilderness Resort & Retreats is looking for 1-2 enthusiastic
and capable interns to join our small team during the term of April 1, 2015
- May 31, 2015. Cabot Shores is a year-round resort and retreat center
located on the Atlantic coast of Cape Breton Island in Nova Scotia. While
Winter/Spring is traditionally low traffic for guests, we are busy
preparing for the upcoming seasons through marketing, promotions, and
event/retreat planning. Successful candidates will be mentored by the
Manager and given an introduction to graphic design and hands-on experience
in event planning and marketing.
*Events Planning & Marketing Internship*
While experience is an asset, a willingness to learn and an open mind are
more important. The right candidate would need to be willing to live in a
remote area, enjoy winter and outdoor winter activities, at times work hard
and live with others.
*Duties of the Event Planning/Coordination & Marketing Intern include:*
- Works collaboratively with Manager to develop seasonal marketing
- General marketing and communications
- Website development and maintenance
- Special event planning and coordination
- Prepare messaging and promotional content for social media
- In addition, you would be involved in activities of community living,
including help prepare meals for staff who live on-site, keep the place
tidy and clean, shovel snow, keep fires going etc.
*If this sounds interesting to you, please send cover letter and resume to:*
Jay Rawding, Manager
jay [image: msk] cabotshores.com*
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