Marketing and Communications Intern for NGO in Seoul, Korea

Location
Seoul, South Korea, Asia
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Duration
1 - 12 months
Deadline
Ongoing Recruitment
DESIRED SKILLS - Advertising, Social Media Management, Graphic Design, Campaign Management, International Relations
AVAILABLE TO - Bachelor & Master students
REWARDS - Complimentary Coffee and Tea, Flexible Work Hours

Company Details

Asia Hope Camp Organization
Company - Asia Hope Camp Organization
Industry - Education

Description

WORK DESCRIPTION

The intern will mainly be assigned in one of the following projects:

work camp and K-POP camp, multicultural classroom (1:1 Language class), language culture exchange program, ACOPIA House, and Internship.

However, the intern may also work for other projects if needed

1. Work camp and K-pop Camp

- Promotion of work camp and K-pop camp

- Logistic support during the camp

- Forming partnership with organizations from home country

2. Multicultural gathering and language exchange program

- Introduce your country to Korean and foreigner students

- 1:1 language lessons with Korean students

- Organize and host a weekly language and culture meet-up

3. ACOPIA house

- Promotion of ACOPIA House (Homestay, Boarding House and Share House) to foreigners

4. Internship

- Overseas internship promotion and response

5. Cafe

- Serve drinks and cook native meals at ACOPIA Cafe

6. Others

- Translation & maintenance of the website and social networking sites

- Creation of social media content

- Other international activities in line with the organization's work

QUALIFICATIONS

- High school or university student (Undergraduate or graduate)

- Knowledge and skills in Marketing, Business, Management, and also in Digital Communication are preferred

- Proficient in English (Knowledge in Korean and/or Japanese is widely appreciated as they are the basic languages used in the office)

- Knowledgeable in using Microsoft Office and Internet

- Able to work with minimal supervision

- Positive working attitude; able to relate well with people from different cultures