HBO 2017 Spring Intern: Corporate Social Responsibility
Assist with planning and logistics for CSR events, sponsorships and promotional/ marketing opportunities.
Must be able to work 15 hours/week in New York City.
Must be a current junior or senior in college.
- Some admin for non-profit request database.
- Help coordinate logistics for non profit events in the HBO building and sponsorships with external partners.
- Help with compiling guest lists, participate as event staff, managing schedules for American Black Film Festival, Provincetown Film Festival and Martha’‘s Vineyard Film Festival.
- Support promotional and marketing of all CSR related activities.
- Must be able to work 15 hours/week in NY office.
Stong written and verbal communications skills.
DESIRED SKILLS / TRAITS:
- Strong Powerpoint/Keynote
- Interest in CSR
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