Volunteer Opportunities and Unpaid Internships

 

Appointment Line Volunteers Needed at A Step Ahead

Looking for a volunteer opportunity that is fun, flexible, and empowers women? A Step Ahead is seeking volunteers for our new Appointment Line! Volunteers will answer clients' questions about our services, refer them to one of our partner clinics for an appointment, and schedule free transportation with our van service when needed. A Step Ahead Chattanooga provides long-term, reversible birth control (IUDs and implants) to any woman living in Hamilton County who wants it. For free.

Shifts are available M-F, 8 AM - 12:30 PM and 12:30 PM - 5 PM. Volunteers will sign up for shifts based on their availability and calls will be forwarded to their cell phones. 

Requirements include a three-way calling capable cell phone, internet access, HIPAA training (provided by A Step Ahead), and your choice of one of two upcoming volunteer training sessions (meal provided!):

Thursday, Jan 5th, 5:30 - 7:00 PM  

OR  

Monday, Jan 9th, 11 AM - 12:30 PM.  

To sign up or learn more, contact Operations and Outreach Manager Susan Vandergriff at susan@astepaheadchattanooga.org.

 

 

Business Administration & Marketing Student(s) Wanted - The Chattanooga Butter Company

The Chattanooga Butter Company is looking for business admin & marketing (or related fields) students to help formulate a proper business plan to aid with the company's goals of procuring investors in the near future, as well as aiding in marketing to new clients, particularly with social media.

We are a growing small business in Chattanooga with over 5k followers on Facebook, and are regularly active on Instagram and other social media platforms. We've been accepted to be carried with some major health food retail stores and restaurants.

This internship would initially be unpaid.  Upon the first month of successful completion, each successful member would be paid a bonus of $300. Low cost housing options may also exist for the right candidates if desired. Part to full time employment opportunities could potentially exist in the future for the right candidates.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Marketing of products
  • Communicating with customers and vendors on a regular basis
  • Social media and marketing assistance- to engaged customers, i.e. get more likes, use blog posts, communicate with customers through email about products, use YouTube channel to market products
  • Aid in maintaining the web store
  • Aid in organizing events to market products, and participate in occasional public taste samplings in and around the Chattanooga area (usually on weekend mornings)

Qualifications

  • Knowledgeable in Social Media Platforms
  • Great writing and blogging skills
  • Friendly and conversational
  • Must be self motivated, detail oriented, team player and technologically savvy
  • Fast Learner

Other Details

  • 15-20 hours per week
  • Initially Unpaid Internship

Please send resumes to Orders@ChattanoogaButter.com

 

 

Digital Marketing And Design Internship Available

Technologic, an online marketing and design company located in the Dome building close to UTC campus, is looking for digital marketing and design interns.

Technologic manages advertising, marketing, search engine optimization, and website design and hosting for many clients both locally and in several other cities nationally.

We are looking for an extremely intelligent and motivated individual, who would like to become immersed in the online services world.

Internship is initially unpaid, compensation will be assessed after first month internship based on value individual brings to the business. Benefits include high flexibility in work schedule, office close to campus, learning online marketing and design including advertising on all social media platforms and Google. This internship will equip you with the complete skill set necessary for creating and promoting business presence online.

Marketing, design, coding or data manipulation, skills a plus. Creativity and big picture thinking a must. 

Please email GW@tlchatt.com, or call or text 423.377.6111

 

 

Volunteers Needed at Cine-Rama

We are looking for volunteers at Cine-Rama on Main St. Shifts typically last 1.5 - 2 hours, but they'll be informed well ahead of time if it's longer than that. Because it is volunteer work, it is unpaid.

Cine-Rama is an locally owned and operated nonprofit art house theater that runs mostly off of volunteer work. Responsibilities include handling a cash box, interacting with customers in a friendly and positive manner, checking tickets, operating Shopify's point of sale system, projection, being informed of upcoming events, etc. Responsibilities vary depending on need and interest.

Internships are not yet available, but an internship program is currently being put in place. 

Learn more at www.TheCineRama.Org or find us on Facebook to see upcoming events!

There is no deadline for applying, as we are always taking volunteers and our Halloween film festival is coming up!

If you're interested in becoming a volunteer or simply learning more, please e-mail TMBaker1993@yahoo.com with a short paragraph describing yourself and why you're interested in volunteering at Cine-Rama. 

 

 

Tutor Volunteers Needed

The Urban League of Greater Chattanooga is looking for volunteers interested in making a difference as Math & English tutors for our youth program for students 14-17 years old.

Contact Ronni Pruitt at rpruitt@ulchatt.net or 423-762-1436 ext. 11 for information or to volunteer.

 

 

Netas Natural Internship Opportunities

My Name is Martha Lupai. I am the creator of Netas Natural Hair Care Products. I created these products after listening for my customers’ needs because I own a hair braiding saloon here in Nashville, Tennessee. 

My products are made from 100% natural ingredients. Theyinclude Hair Oils, Suffle Hair and Body Butters.  Currently we have seven stores in Nashville that carry and sell my products.

Interns Needed

I am looking for college students who seek to gain experience and be challenged in this opportunity. The interns will be hands on job that is vital to driving awareness and getting visibility for our product brands. We are looking for a passionate, motivated students who can work in a fast paced environment. The interns will also assist in client social media projects. 

Responsibilities

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Marketing of products
  • Communicating with customers and vendors on a regular basis
  • Social media and marketing assistance- to engaged customers, i.e. get more likes, use blog post, communicate with customers through email or phone calls about products, use YouTube channel to market products 
  • Expand online store to sell more products​
  • Organize events to market products

Qualifications

  • Knowledgeable in Social Media Platforms  
  • Great writing and blogging skills
  • Friendly and conversational
  • Must be detail oriented, team player and technologically savvy 
  • Fast Learner

Other Details

  • 15-20 hours a week minimum
  • Unpaid internship

Interested students can contact Martha Lupai at 615-715-9064

 

 

Development & Grants Intern - Southern Lit Alliance

Southern Lit Alliance (So Lit, as we like to call ourselves) is a longstanding literary arts organization. Originally established in the fifties by a Ford Foundation grant along with twelve other organizations and agencies, we are the only one remaining at the grand age of 63.

We believe in the transcendent power of literature to inspire, connect, and uplift. We know that the literary arts embody the whole of human experience. We understand that the fabric of a community is woven with the stories of many people, and we see that great stories live here. It is with this welcoming attitude that we connect individuals to their community through extensive programming and stewardship.

As a So Lit intern, you will gain valuable experience, insight, and knowledge about marketing, event planning, program development, and general nonprofit management. Our internships involve so much more than fetching coffee and filing papers (though there’s a little bit of that too).

Here are goals you can anticipate with a Development & Grants Internship with So Lit:

  1. Research regional and national funding opportunities
  2. Outline calendar and strategy blueprint for grant applications and close-outs
  3. Draft descriptive programmatic grant components with assistance from Program Director
  4. Compile financial reports and budget pieces for grants with Operations Director
  5. Assemble and mail grant requests & close-outs
  6. Be able to draft sponsorship and donation asks with supervision and assist with distribution and
  7. follow up
  8. Sit in on meeting related to development and fundraising

These are big projects, but under the supervision of So Lit’s Executive Director and Director of Programs, you’ll have some valuable transferrable skills to take away from the internship.

Skills such as:

  • Writing
  • Leadership
  • Time Management
  • Fundraising & Budgeting
  • Nonprofit Management

COMPENSATION: This is an unpaid internship, however, you will develop invaluable skills and references.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Interest in finances and development, a plus
  • Interest in the arts, specifically literature, a plus

You can learn more at www.southernlitalliance.org/internships

To apply, please send a resumé and cover letter to Program Director Rhett Bentley at rhett@solitalliance.org.

 

Programs & Marketing Intern - Southern Lit Alliance

Southern Lit Alliance (So Lit, as we like to call ourselves) is a longstanding literary arts organization. Originally established in the fifties by a Ford Foundation grant along with twelve other organizations and agencies, we are the only one remaining at the grand age of 63.

We believe in the transcendent power of literature to inspire, connect, and uplift. We know that the literary arts embody the whole of human experience. We understand that the fabric of a community is woven with the stories of many people, and we see that great stories live here. It is with this welcoming attitude that we connect individuals to their community through extensive programming and stewardship.

As a So Lit intern, you will gain valuable experience, insight, and knowledge about marketing, event planning, program development, and general nonprofit management. Our internships involve so much more than fetching coffee and filing papers (though there’s a little bit of that too).

Here are goals you can anticipate with a Programs & Marketing Internship with So Lit:

  1. Be able to craft press releases
  2. Be able to craft multi-platform marketing content: blogs, press releases, social media, print materials, etc.
  3. Feel comfortable managing volunteers
  4. Be able to draft sponsorship and donation asks with supervision and assist with distribution and follow up
  5. Assist and co-coordinate special events and projects

These are big projects, but under the supervision of So Lit’s Executive Director and Director of Programs, you’ll have some valuable transferrable skills to take away from the internship. Skills such as:

  • Writing
  • Marketing
  • Leadership
  • Time Management
  • Fundraising
  • Event-Planning
  • Program Development

COMPENSATION: This is an unpaid internship, however, you will develop invaluable skills and references.

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • Proficiency in social media outlets such as Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram
  • Creatively-inclined with an enthusiasm for community events and programs
  • Interest in the arts, specifically literature, a plus

You can learn more at www.southernlitalliance.org/internships

To apply, please send a resumé and cover letter to Program Director Rhett Bentley at rhett@solitalliance.org.

 

 

Program Coordinator (Internship) - The MOMentum Network

Internship Dates: August 15 – December 16, 2016

Requirements:

  • Awareness & desire to further the mission of empowering single moms in college
  • Organized & systems-oriented with excellent communications skills
  • Proficient in social media marketing: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, SnapChat, & Pinterest
  • Ability to learn new platforms quickly
  • Student must be dependable, self-motivated, and have excellent communication skills
  • Available Mondays & Wednesdays between 10-2, some Fridays and one Saturday a month.
  • Laptop with internet access
  • 0 GPA minimum

Event Venue Intern Duties:

  • Hours:
    • Hours per week: 12-15 hours (can be more if needed)
  • Duties Include (but not limited to):
    • Serve as primary assistant to CEO
    • Research & implement systems to help organization run efficiently
    • Assist with executing communication strategy
    • Attend meetings &/or community events on behalf of The MOMentum Network
    • Take photos at events and upload to various social media sites
    • Build awareness & engagement on campus to further the mission of The MOMentum Network 

To schedule an interview, please send your Resume and a brief explanation of why you would like this internship position to: Cara Hicks, CEO at cara@themomentumnetwork.org

 

 

Event Venues Internship - Stratton Hall & The Peyton

Internship Dates: September 1 – December 16, 2016

Requirements:

  • A desire to work in the Marketing and/or Event Planning Industry
  • Proficient in social media marketing: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, SnapChat, & Pinterest
  • Student must be dependable, self-motivated, and have excellent communication skills
  • Ability to work evening and weekend events
  • 3.0 GPA minimum

Event Venue Intern Duties:

  • Hours & Compensation:
    • Hours per week: Average 10 hours or more (depending on events per month)
    • Compensation: Class internship credit or job experience only (unpaid)
      • Supervisor will complete evaluations and write recommendations / letters of reference
  • Duties Include:
    • Serve as primary assistant to Venue Director and to Events & Marketing Director
    • Take photos at events and upload to various social media sites
    • Serve as venue point of contact at various events (weddings, rehearsals, non-profit events, corporate events, proms, etc.)
    • Assist Venue Director, Events & Marketing Director, Renting Parties, and Event Coordinators with an array of event planning details
    • Conduct venue tours when needed
    • Meet with Renting Parties, Event Coordinators, Caterers, etc. when needed
    • Help with venue upkeep tasks, inventory, etc.

To schedule an interview, please send your Resume and a brief explanation of why you would like this internship position to: Mrs. Haleigh S. Bennett, Venue Director infostrattonhall@gmail.com

 

 

Public Relations Intern - The Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer

Description: The Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer is a non-profit 501©3 handling many events and services both locally and throughout the United States. They are looking for an intern interested in learning all aspects of the public relations field in the world of non-profit. The intern who fills this position should be versatile and eager to learn the various aspects of non-profit public relations/communications from top to bottom. It's essential that applicants to this position have excellent communication skills, demonstrate creativity, and understand the importance of attending to even the smallest details. Although not a paid position, the real world experience and hands-on educational value is immense.

Position Description:

  • Prepare public relations materials including news releases, media alerts, fact sheets and other materials
  • Develop relationship with media to represent the foundation to its public
  • Assists with the development and updating of media lists and other databases
  • Assists with administrative duties including fax processing, sorting, collating, stuffing envelops, mailings etc.
  • Promote the companies vision and create awareness for the foundation
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements: Students applying for this internship must have strong communication skills and should be majoring in Public Relations, Communications, Marketing or Journalism. Applicants should also have strong writing skills, as well as a solid understanding of social media. Only interns proficient with Microsoft Excel and other Microsoft Office applications should apply.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: 

Austin Hatcher Foundation
6739 Ringgold Road
Suite G
Chattanooga, TN 37412

 

 

Graphic Design Internship - The Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer

Description: The Austin Hatcher Foundation for Pediatric Cancer is a non-profit 501©3 handling many events and services both locally and throughout the United States. They are looking for an intern interested in utilizing their creativity and fine tuning their skills in all aspects of graphic design. The intern who fills this position should be artistic, versatile and eager to work with a wide range of media to support communications for a non-profit organization. It's essential that applicants for this position are comfortable working with both print and electronic media, thrive in a team environment, are able to multi-task, demonstrate a high level of creativity, and understand the importance of attending to even the smallest details. Although not a paid position, the real world experience and hands-on educational value is immense.

Position Description:

  • Prepare fliers, posters, and web base material for events.
  • Develop all social media graphics for holidays, events and special items.
  • Assists with the development and updating annual items for website and media kit.
  • Assists with looking ahead to the next year and creating items for web, social media and posters.
  • Promote the companies vision and create awareness for the foundation
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements: Students applying for this internship must have strong graphic design skills and should be majoring in Graphic Design, Fine Arts, Public Relations, Communications, Marketing, Journalism or related field. Applicants should also have strong desk-top publishing skills, as well as be detail oriented.

To Apply: Please send a cover letter and resume to: 

Austin Hatcher Foundation
6739 Ringgold Road
Suite G
Chattanooga, TN 37412

 

 

Water Quality Testing and Education UNPAID Internship

Local nonprofit seeking students for summer and/or fall internship in water quality/education. Responsibilities include: water testing in creeks, educating kids and adults about water/environmental issues, and program related tasks such as grant writing, data analysis, and curriculum development/special events.

We are searching for environmental science or education majors - or similar majors - anyone interested in science, education, and the environment.

Please email cover letter and resume to  ajohnson@caribbean-sea.org

 

 

Autism Home-based Therapy Needs Volunteers

DO YOU WANT TO HELP A KID OVERCOME HIS AUTISM?

About our program:

Our 4-year old son is autistic and we are running an in-home play-based therapy program called Son-Rise Program® to help him overcome his challenges and recover from Autism.

VOLUNTEER and MAKE A DIFFERENCE!!

We are looking for special people to volunteer in our exciting & rewarding in-home Son-Rise Program® (a unique autism treatment approach).

  • You’ll learn to REALLY CONNECT with children on the autism spectrum!!!
  • Hands-on learning – Working directly with child and helping him grow!
  • Regular Feedback sessions and Team Meetings
  • Principles of Option Process® and Option Philosophy

No Experience necessary. We will train you!

Timings: Flexible. Around 4-5 hours per week.

Qualifications: Fun-loving and Open-minded. 

Location: Lake Resort Dr, Chattanooga, TN 37415

Contact: Divya at (860) 999-1973 or email divvuu@yahoo.com

 

 

POLITICAL AFFAIRS INTERNSHIP

This is a part-time 14-hours per week telecommuting internship.

  • Conduct lobbying meetings with Congressional offices. Build support for key legislation that impacts the International Affairs Budget and the world's poor.
  • Represent The Borgen Project at various business, political and community events.
  • Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
  • Mobilize individuals to contact their members of Congress in support of key poverty-reduction legislation.
  • As needed, speak to groups, classes and organizations.
  • Write letters of support for key programs to political leaders, media and other groups.

Qualifications: Outstanding writing skills. Strong oral communication skills and ability to lead meetings and give speeches.

Application Process: Apply online

 

 

WRITER INTERNSHIP

This is 12-week, part-time internship is a great opportunity to have your articles published on a website with over 100,000 monthly visitors. The selected candidate will be able to work from home and pick their own schedule, but must meet weekly deadlines. Articles submitted will appear on BORGEN Magazine or The Borgen Project Blog.

  • Write 2 articles per week.
  • Research topics.
  • Assist with advocacy efforts.
  • Assist with fundraising. Create a personal fundraising campaign and meet targets.
  • Attend national conference call every Monday at 5PM PST.

Qualifications: Strong research and writing skills. Experience working in a newsroom is preferred but not required.

Application Process: Apply online

 

 

Non-Profit Seeks Social Media / Marketing Intern

The True Athlete Project, a non-profit sports organization, seeks a motivated and creative social media / marketing intern. www.thetrueathleteproject.org

The successful applicant will have the chance to work with a world-class team, from boxers and sport psychologists, to academics and social pioneers. You will be the driving force behind the social media strategy of the organization. As such, this is an excellent chance to build your resume and help a new organization to flourish and impact lives. This is an unpaid, six-month internship that can be performed remotely.

The successful applicant will be sympathetic to the mission of The True Athlete Project, have a good understanding of social media, and possess excellent written English.

Duties may include but are not limited to: creating marketing materials, generating content for and posting to the organization's Facebook and Twitter accounts, developing an online marketing strategy.

Applicants should submit a resume and the contact details of two references to thetrueathleteproject@gmail.com

For more information, please contact Sam Parfitt at (423) 987 - 4176. Alternatively, you can email him at thetrueathleteproject@gmail.com

 

 

Student Volunteer needed at the Urban League!!

We are in need of a part time student to work every Tuesday and Thursdays to manage a database for the Workforce Program. Good office environment and a great way to gain some valuable community service experience!

Please contact Mrs. Ronni Pruitt, Program Director at 423) 756-1762 ext.11 for more information

 

 

Marketing & Communications Internship – The Bethlehem Center

The part-time internship is unpaid and we would like to hire a student that can receive college credit through the internship.

Students can work from home several days, but we ask that he or she come into to office at least once weekly, if possible.

A full job description can be found HERE

We ask that all participants send a resume and cover letter to Brandi Allen at brandiallen@thebeth.org with the subject line "Marketing & Communications Intern." 

They can call Development Director Debbie Boggs at (423) 266-1384 x.6 with any questions about the position.

 

 

Internship Opportunity - Media Marketing Position with Plastic Surgeons Office

A small Plastic Surgeons office is seeking an Intern.

Flexible schedule and hours.

Responsibilities to include: Develop and assist with implementation of a Media Marketing Plan to Increase Patient Flow and promote Medical Grade Skin Care Products.

Please contact Maryann at maryann@drscanland.com for more information.  This is a non-paying internship.

 

 

Grant Starrett for Congress- US Congressional Campaign Internship Position

We're offering an unpaid internship for either full or part-time work.

Students will gain hands-on political experience working for a US Congressional campaign. The course offers a special opportunity for students to become an integral part of this political process, aiding and assisting the campaign in voter outreach and other campaign activities, while gaining valuable exposure to next-generation social messaging technology.

Students will explore and master a cutting-edge cloud-based data collection and analytics platform of voter demographics, augmenting it with results their own field research for the campaign. Students will learn and apply voter-outreach skills, using empirical methods to quantify and evaluate their own effectiveness. Students, in conjunction with campaign staff, will be encouraged to design their own potential experiments for testing techniques to increase campaign impact, using scientifically rigorous approaches to ensure results can be translated to the real-world.

Participants will be expected to engage in direct voter contact, a significant portion of which will involve knocking on doors over several miles in selected neighborhoods. Ideally, students should have smartphone access and access to a car; however arrangements may be made by the campaign.

Students should apply by sending resumes to tymothy@grantfortn.com.


 

Make A Wish East Tennessee Event/Fundraising Volunteer

Make A Wish East Tennessee is in need of event volunteers throughout the year with several internal and external fundraising events. The volunteer positions vary and are adaptable to the each individual’s skill level, interest, expertise, and time commitment. We need volunteers for all aspects of planning, organizing, and implementing a fundraising event.

Please contact Catherine at cfowlkes@wishetn.wish.org or (423) 551-3270 for more informationThis is a non-paying internship.

 

 

UNPAID Marketing Internship – Two Men & a Truck, Nashville

Need a Marketing Intern who would be responsible for administrative tasks, as well as marketing tasks in most of the marketing tactics included in our Strategic Marketing Plan.  These marketing tasks would include social media content creation, direct mailings, marketing research, grassroots efforts, etc.  The position would require the intern to feel comfortable with autonomy, but the position would also be very structured.

Looking for a Sophomore, Junior, or Senior who is majoring in Business or a related field.  The position would be 15-30 hours/week, and although it's unpaid, the intern would accompany me to many exclusive marketing and networking events, including Chamber events.  This position is located in Nashville.

I need applicants to just email me their resume and 2-3 references to this email address (jenni.gustafson@twomen.com)

 

 

UNPAID Artist's apprenticeship - 20 hours a week.

Intern with a nationally renowned artist as he gets prepare for exhibition .  Opportunities to apprentice in framing - building or creating a frames for his pieces or other. Hands on restorations, deliveries and any other needs at his studio.  

If experienced with photoshop and web, you might be asked to assist in building websites, social media blasts etc.

Other opportunities is film developing if knowledge of camera/sound , etc. 

No pay, but if there is a job well done, can lead to part time employment for Fall!

Email your resume in the body of your email- not as an attachment to abshuptrine@comcast.net

 

 

“Project Lead the Way” On Campus Volunteer opportunity

The nonprofit nationwide program call "Project Lead the Way"(PLTW) is looking for volunteers to help make contacts and set up meetings across the state.  PLTW provides hands on training K through 12 in Engineering, Computer Science and Biomedical studies. PLTW not only has the courses, but also trains teachers to teach the programs to achieve the maximum benefit for students.  The program was founded in 1997 in upstate NY and is now a national program producing excellent results.  Volunteers will  have an opportunity to network with non-profit organizations, businesses (State Leadership Team) and school systems across the state.

Interested students should contact Dr Jim Kurtz in the College of Engineering and Computer Science at kjim71@hotmail.com

 

 

Unpaid Business Development Intern for an online Monogram Shop

Monogrammed Pink.com is currently seeking an unpaid Business Development intern for a monogramming and personalization shop. The right candidate will be exposed to all aspects of our company from learning how to operate our website, helping in the shop, working with social media and SEO as well as learning about our shipping department. You will work with social media via Instagram, Twitter, Face Book, Pinterest and various other social media apps. This is a great opportunity for you to learn how our whole business operates. Our shop offers a fun and casual atmosphere and we are located minutes from campus.

If you are looking for a learning experience and would find value in being able to add real world experience to your resume through assisting us in building our position in the social media world, then we would love to hear from you!

Qualifications

  • Ability to learn quickly.
  • Ability to work independently and with minimal guidance.
  • Ability to use various social media platforms. (Instagram, Twitter, Pinterest)
  • Ability to use data and gather insight.
  • Creative thinker.
  • Graphic design knowledge is welcomed but not required.
  • Someone who may adapt their thinking to that of our target audience.
  • Ability to meet deadlines and respond in real-time to issues.
  • Must demonstrate exemplary writing and editing skills.

Interested applicants should email their resume to thomi@monogrammedpink.com


 

PR/Marketing Internship (UNPAID) - Salon Eaj

This internship is available for students pursuing a business, marketing, or related degree. Our Marketing Coordinator is looking for students to assist with promotion, marketing, and coordination of events as we move to our new location. The schedule is framed around the school schedule of the student and email/phone communication is an option in some cases. Students should expect to work 10-15 hours a week (including telephone/email contact).

This unpaid internship will provide real world marketing experience to students looking to expand their "field" experience, while also allowing students to be creative and hands-on in the entire marketing/campaigning process.

Students may contact the marketing coordinator via email at saloneajinterns@gmail.com

 

 

Unpaid​ Internship - Office Furniture Warehouse

Our​ purpose for reaching out to college students is to give them an opportunity to gain experience and produce a quality product that they can use for their resume and/or portfolio.

For this reason, we would prefer ​a senior student in the business and communications majors.​

his student would need to be able to ​film, edit, and publish an instructional video for the chairs we sell​. The video must be ​professional quality​.

​The intern would need access to their own filming equipment along with computer and editing software.

The internship would be the length of the project​, with an opportunity to be called on for future projects if student produces quality work while showing good work ethics.

If interested, please contact Michelle Crawford at info@ofwllc.com

 

 

Are you looking for real-world experience in the non-profit sector? Choices Chattanooga is offering exciting internship opportunities in graphic design, counseling and networking. As a rapidly growing NPO we are always seeking interns to help us carryout our mission and vision.  Choices is a nonprofit dedicated to providing resources to women in unplanned pregnancies, promoting healthy sexuality and creating a culture of life in Chattanooga. The is a part-time, non-paid internship in counseling, graphic design and networking

If you are interested, please email us at adorman@choiceschattanooga.org.

 

 

SALVATION ARMY VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES

The Salvation Army has several upcoming volunteer opportunities available.  

To learn more about these opportunities visit www.csarmy.org/

  

 

Tabor Talent Intern - Part Time - Unpaid

Always Accepting Applications

A Tabor Talent intern will be responsible for the marketing and managing aspects of Tabor Talent. The marketing aspects will include creating graphics, promotional items, and marketing to local businesses and schools. They'll be responsible for developing a marketing plan to follow during their time as an intern. They'll be an admin on social media pages and determine the importance of posts online. They'll be responsible for managing the audition process as well, including paperwork, equipment knowledge, and studio set up.

To find out more about Tabor Talent: https://www.facebook.com/TaborTalent

To apply: email Bill: bcox@tabormediagroup.com

 

 

Generic Tabor Intern - Part Time - Unpaid

Always Accepting Applications

This internship allows interns to try many different aspects in the advertising field. By getting a wide variety of experience, the intern can get a better idea of what part of the industry they want to pursue. Having familiarity with the Adobe Creative Suite would be preferred but not required. The intern could assist in any of the various services that Tabor offers. These services include: video production, website production and design, graphic design, research and data analysis, copywriting, and Tabor Talent. Each of these services have a variety of opportunities for an intern to gain experience. If an intern shows an interest in one area over another, we would be happy to have them focus on one area. (On some occasions they will be asked to help with the Tabor Talent interns)

To find out more about Tabor Media Group: https://www.facebook.com/TaborMediaGroup

To apply: email Bill: bcox@tabormediagroup.com

 


Shelby Farms Park Conservancy in Memphis, TN has several unpaid year-round internships available. These internships can be tailored to individual student needs (time of year, hours, etc.).

The internships available are:

  • Communications
  • Development
  • Environmental Education
  • Greenline Gardens
  • Greenline Half Marathon 'Green Certification'
  • Events + Volunteers
  • Membership
  • Operations
  • Events + Programs Outreach 
  • Recreation Program
  • Horticulture

To apply for any of these internships, applicants should send resumes to: Natalie Wilson nwilson@shelbyfarmspark.com

 

 

UNPAID INTERNSHIPS - Redpepper Ad Agency: Nashville

As a Redpepper intern, you’ll contribute firsthand to something we hold as the highest importance – our culture. We are addicted to learning, collaborating and being actively creative on a daily basis. You’ll learn the ins and outs of the ad world, build relationships in the industry, get a taste of a truly collaborative work environment, and probably even pick up a new skill set or two.  

Of course, your days here will largely be what you make of them. You can be part of changing this place if you want, but that comes through initiative, courage, and some elbow grease. And you’ll have a mentor whose brain you can pick along the way, as long as you’re ready to return the favor.   

We’re looking specifically for college juniors and seniors. We designed our program to give undergraduate students some so-called real world experience, and for us to learn from the next generation of superstars. All Redpepper internships are unpaid, which means you probably won’t be getting any fancy new cars while you’re here. What you will get, however, is awesome experience and bragging rights for life. 

We’re really looking for unquenchable learners, big thinkers, clear communicators, self-motivators, and all-hands-on-deckers. We’re looking for inspiring talent more than mere qualifications. And though there are endless ways to get noticed, the quickest way to get ignored is by having a bad attitude. We like happy people, and preferably those capable of quoting Tommy Boy in their sleep. 

You might be thinking, how much can really happen in a three-month, 20 hour a week (minimum) internship? Well, that’s exactly our question to you. 

Marketing & Research:

We’re looking for MARKETING & RESEARCH INTERNS who could accurately be described as human search engines. They come alive by running with questions to uncover insights, trends, and solutions in surprising places. And they can translate their findings into writing, spreadsheets, or the often-underrated verbal explanation. (TED Talks, anyone?) 

Specific Tasks to include: Research, PR, Social media management, Database management, etc. 

Graphic Design

We’re looking for DESIGN INTERNS with fantastical portfolios that showcase a wide variety of conceptual, well thought out work that is relevant to what we do here at redpepper. And they should be Adobe Creative Suite wiz kids, too. 

Specific Tasks Include: designing internal projects, assisting in brainstorming and concepting sessions and more. 

Account Management:

We’re looking for ACCOUNT MANAGEMENT INTERNS who take “business-minded” to a new level. They’re excellent communicators with both left- and right-brainers. They’re highly creative problem solvers while being meticulous about details. And they get an adrenaline rush from hearing the word “spreadsheet.” 

Social Media:

We’re looking for SOCIAL MEDIA INTERNS who live, eat, and breathe Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Yelp, Google+, and more. They’re testing the merits of the latest platforms before anyone else has heard of them, and they can use Hootsuite blindfolded. They’re thrilled to optimize content for any outlet, and jump at the chance to dive into analytics. 

To apply, go to: http://redpepperinterns.com/apply

 

 

Assistive Technology Volunteer - Signal Centers

Assistive Technology needs individuals who are mechanically or technically inclined.  Volunteers will be able to accompany specialists in their technology assessments.  Volunteers are also needed to call clients for follow-up on equipment use, returns, etc. This opportunity is a great way to serve and gain experience with clients, computers, electronics, programming, soldering, and more!

For more information on Signal Centers and our programs check out www.signalcenters.org.

 


Employment Services Volunteer - Signal Centers

Employment Services Volunteers will serve as job coaches and job developers, as well as assist the Employment Specialist. Volunteers will also have the chance for hands on learning by accompanying the Employment Specialist to meetings with potential employers, job coaching with clients, and participating in mock interviews. This opportunity is a great way to get experience working with individuals and veterans with disabilities!

For more information on Signal Centers and our programs check out www.signalcenters.org.

 

  

Homework Helpers - Girls Inc. of Chattanooga is in need of homework helpers for the Bookworm Club program and would love to the community get involved. The program is Monday and Tuesday at Woodmore Elementary School in Brainerd and Wednesday and Thursday at East Ridge Elementary School.  We need homework helpers from 4-5 p.m. and general volunteers 3-4 p.m. and 5-6 p.m.  Volunteers should contact Katherine Walker at 423-624-4757.    A minimum commitment of 20 hours is required.

 

 

United Way has volunteer opportunities that may be major related.  Log onto their website now at www.LiveUnitedChattanooga.org/volunteer.  Once you have registered, you will be able to  search through volunteer opportunities to find those that fit your interests.  Choose by geographic location, nonprofit agency, or according to your schedule.    You may also contact Ryan Fugate at 423-752-0316 or RyanFugate@uwchatt.org