Digital Marketing Intern - Indonesia


Organization Details:

Medan started on Twitter in 2011 and carries stories to provide more current information about capital city of North Sumatra and surrounding areas. Over time, the story Medan increasingly aware that it turned to its own local achievements, the information is still very minimal. Not a lot of media in Indonesia, especially in Medan that focus on supporting the creativity of young people in Medan.

And now, CeritaMedan is looking for interns to collaborate together in other to strengthen the company to be able to adapt with new era and go forward.

Roles & Responsibilities:

The intern’s responsibilities include contributing video and written content for the organization. As well, the intern will design several visual marketing materials and will be responsible for social media management. Applicants for this role must have a related degree to marketing, business and/or have previous experience in videography, design, and content-driven marketing.

Logistics & Salary:

The intern will receive accommodation throughout the internship in exchange for salary. The project will start on May 1st, and lasts 6 weeks. There are also openings for the role that start in June and July.


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