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Growth Marketing Intern – Student Launch at Fishbowl

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Employer: Fishbowl

Expires: 04/30/2020

Fishbowl is a new social network for professionals. It’s used by professionals from the top companies in the US to talk openly and anonymously about their work lives. It is now open to students and we’re looking for interns to take a prominent role in launch to universities and grad programs!Note: please make sure to have downloaded the app by searching for “fishbowl” in the app store prior to applying.YOUR ROLE As a Growth Marketing Intern for the Student Launch, you will help Fishbowl become a household name for all students exploring new career paths. We’re passionate about connecting professionals through authentic conversations, and at Fishbowl we’re bringing together talent from different experiences, disciplines, and areas of study to produce a new type of online network. For the first time, we are now opening up Fishbowl to students, and giving them ability to access these conversations from professionals at the top companies. This role requires a minimum commitment of 20 hours each week for 10 weeks. However, our team is actively growing and this position may change in scope and responsibility based on need and performance. Applicants should expect to work remotely due to the current COVID-19 conditions. As the Growth Marketing Intern for the Student Launch, you will support Fishbowl’s growth team on all things related to launching Fishbowl to students. You will work collaboratively with Fishbowl’s Growth and Community teams with the goal of increasing brand awareness and student adoption. You will do so by researching and reaching out to potential partners, including both educational institutions as well as organizations. You will utilize your strong writing skills to create content marketing material that resonates with student populations. You will leverage your own community and network to help create a ground-swell of student excitement for the platform. WHAT YOU’LL DOWork with the Growth team to develop and execute on strategies that will drive platform growth and usage, including running partnership outreach, content marketing, and analyzing engagement data.Pitch Fishbowl to educational institutions and organizations.Pitch Fishbowl and Fishbowl-related content to digital, print, and television outlets Research and identify key, relevant trade publications, events, and channels to pursue for industry related stories to the student launch.Write Fishbowl blog posts relevant to the daily lives of current students or recent graduates.Collaborate closely with Design, Product, Sales, and other internal teams as needed SKILLS AND EXPERIENCEA passion for community building and story-tellingStrong English language writing skills and the ability to adjust copy to various mediums/audiencesHigh-level organizational skills and attention to detailExperience in journalism or digital marketing, including an understanding of building consumer brands and communities in digital and social media channelsSelf-motivated and goal-orientedExperience working independently and with remote teams is a strong plusExperience working with excel is a strong plusExperience using Photoshop and Sketch is a strong plusExperience working with G Suite or Microsoft Office products ABOUT FISHBOWLFishbowl connects professionals with colleagues in their industry to have candid and relevant workplace conversations. Many users describe Fishbowl as a “Twitter meets LinkedIn” and the platform has already established its influence in certain industries, becoming the go-to daily app for more than 30% of US professionals at the top companies in Management Consulting, Accounting, Law, Finance, and Advertising. It’s used by junior staff and CEOs alike.  Fishbowl serves as a safe space for marginalized professional communities and a place for young professionals to seek mentorship. Thousands of meaningful stories happen on the platform every week, and the Fishbowl brand is often referenced in publications like The New York Times, The Wall Street journal, Forbes, and Ad Age as a source for professional sentiment on a variety of topics.