Marketing Intern - Indonesia


Organization Details:

Citra Kasih Abadi is a foundation concerned with developing remote areas in Indonesia. Citra Kasih Abadi was established by Mrs. Juliana Pateh, a young entrepreneur in Indonesia. She built this foundation with a vision that one day Indonesian people in rural areas will have the mindset needed to develop their areas for current and future generations.

Roles & Responsibilities:

The intern’s responsibilities include conducting a SWOT analysis of the target market and formulating a marketing strategy for the products. As well, the intern will be involved in innovating product packaging and developing graphic campaign content for social media channels. The project will also give the intern the opportunity to conduct English learning activities once a week. Applicants for this role must have fluent English speaking skills. Experience in marketing and business is preferred, but not required.


The intern will receive accommodation and some meals throughout the internship, but this is an unpaid opportunity. The project will start on April 30th and lasts 13 weeks.


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