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Paid Media Manager:

Role Description

Turtle Beach Corporation has been at the forefront of music and audio technology for more than three decades and is recognized as a pioneer of today’s PC audio industry.
Turtle Beach believes diversity in the workplace creates an environment where different perspectives lead to improved creativity, productivity, team member engagement, and overall employee happiness. We’re simply looking for the best persons for the job, and if that’s you…let’s talk!
The Paid Media Manager will be supporting the marketing team with growing the online presence and sales of both the ROCCAT PC peripheral and Turtle Beach Gaming Audio – the world’s #1 in Gaming Audio – brands.
The Paid Media Manager will be responsible for planning, executing and analyzing of Paid Media Campaigns, included but not limited to: Facebook Ads, Google Ads, and Amazon AMS. Looking for a highly motivated individual, ideally with excellent quantitative skills.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Assist in the planning, execution and analysis of Paid Media campaigns, included but not limited to: Paid Social, Amazon AMS, Search, Display, Shopping and Retargeting via Google Ads, and Facebook Ads.
  • Analyze campaign data to continuously improve results and KPIs through active test and learn agenda – audience, creative, ad type and bidding structure
  • Be the liaison between our Brands, Creative, Partnerships to make sure all projects and campaigns are approved and executed on time
  • Ecommerce reporting, included but not limited to: Reporting on web analytics and e-Commerce sales
  • Provide and suggest optimization measures to improve traffic, increase sessions and visits, pageviews and decrease bounce rates
  • Creating marketing performance reports based on relevant KPIs
  • Maintain partnerships with existing media agencies
  • Acquire insight in online marketing trends and keep strategies up-to-date
  • 2+ Years of experience with Online Marketing using Paid Media
  • Experience with Facebook Ads
  • Experience with Google Ads and Amazon AMS is a plus
  • Outstanding communication and presentation skills
  • Outstanding Excel skills are mandatory, crunching data down into pivot tables should be second language to you
  • Analytical and proactive approach to online marketing, making sure that the business can make the best data-driven decisions
  • Be proactive, have a can-do attitude and a solution-driven mindset
  • Fundamental passion for, and understanding of, gaming and gaming culture, from casual gamers to professional eSports players.
  • Genuinely collaborative, pragmatic team player with proven experience in international, multi-cultural, preferably matrix, environments.
  • BA in Business, Marketing, Economics or similar

Sales Operations Manager

SummitMedia Birmingham is looking for a Sales Operations Manager. The Sales Operations Manager is responsible for the processes, tools and technologies that support Sales and Marketing teams. You will build reports that are used by salespeople, sales managers and leadership team to make informed data driven decisions based on historical data, present-day results and future forecasts. The Sales Operations Manager is part of the company’s account strategy process.

Communications Intern


Assists in managing organization’s internal/external communications activities including all social media outlets, marketing, internal announcements, newsletters, etc. Creates, implements and oversees communications programs that effectively describe and promote the organization and its products. May aid in the preparation of presentations and/or speeches geared toward employees and consumers.
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Position Summary: We are looking for a student worker who is excited to tackle projects in a variety of areas such as public relations, marketing and communications.  Whether it is preparing and scheduling social media posts, filming and editing short videos, writing stories for our newsletter, or researching ways to engage with our alums, our student worker will be fully integrated into the Communications team.

What We Are Looking For, Specifically: We need applicants with excellent written and verbal communication skills, strong self-motivation and self-direction, organizational skills, flexibility to work on a variety of projects for a variety of people, and ability to adapt to changing tasks quickly.

Work Schedule: We are looking for someone who is available during the spring 2021 semester.  If the student will not graduate at the end of the spring 2021 semester, we have the potential to continue employment in subsequent semesters. We will coordinate with our student worker to set a schedule of no more than 15 hours of work per week.  We can also discuss with our student worker the possibility of working remotely.
Pay: Our student worker position pays $9 per hour for undergraduate students and $10 per hour for graduate students.
Interested students should apply online at the job posting here.

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Role Description

Join our team as an Intern in a National Park!
Students choosing to spend a summer or career in a National Park will meet employees and visitors from all over the world and gain incredible hands-on experience in a high volume, fast-paced environment.
Our internships and externships are for current students pursuing degrees in Hospitality, Culinary, Recreation, or Sustainability. The internship program is designed to be between 3-6 months. Most opportunities are available during our summer season, April – October.
Successful interns will be given a high level of consideration when applying for future positions.
Positions are available at numerous National Parks and students should specify which park they are interested in working at by viewing available parks on our web site.
Students will be assigned a supervisor or internship contact after they are hired into a position.
Interns will be exposed to a high volume hospitality enterprise in some of the most beautiful places on earth. Some anticipated learning objectives are;
1.      Gain exposure and experience within the student’s field of study to enhance their classroom learning.
2.      Apply the classroom knowledge gained in a professional work setting to solve practical real-world problems.
3.      Build relationships and community with people that are different from you.
4.      Create and nurture productive and engaged work environments.
5.      Assess one’s own strengths and weakness as it relates to their career development
6.      Clearly identify career goals and effective strategies for achieving them.
7.      Participate in available activities that enhance the employability of student.
8.      Identify some of the challenges and solutions for operating a sustainable Hospitality Enterprise within a National Park.
Job Requirements: students should be pursuing additional culinary skills or a hospitality degree. Job requirements will depend upon the students interest, skills and anticipated professional development.
Internships are currently posted at Yellowstone National Park, more Parks will be posting in January. Please click here for the Yellowstone Internship.


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Location: Virtual
Start Date: Spring Semester (dependent on your school’s start date)
End Date: April/May (dependent on your school’s end date)
Hours: 10-20 hours per week. Must be available on Fridays for weekly team meeting.
Current students must be eligible to receive academic credit for this internship, and/or we will work with the school/advisor on achieving desired learning outcomes and completing all necessary paperwork. Recent grads or students taking a gap year are welcome to apply as volunteers in our training program if they’re not eligible for internship credit through their school.
Application Deadline: Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. Candidates will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis.
About The Amish Heritage Foundation and Founder Torah Bontrager:
The Amish Heritage Foundation is a history-making non-profit committed to 1) empowering Amish women and children through education so they can choose their futures, and 2) raising awareness about the crises hidden in Amish society.
The Amish are an insular, underserved minority population of ~350,000 throughout ~30 states in rural America who speak English as a second language. Their religion requires members to attend Amish-only schools and to stop their education after 8 years; and they are prohibited from learning STEM, politics, current affairs, law, civics, and the fine arts. The average adult has a 5th grade level of English fluency and 3rd/4th grade math, the religion forbids health insurance and integration with mainstream society, and women are prohibited from exercising their rights as American citizens.
Founder Torah Bontrager, Columbia University GS ’07, was born and raised Amish and literally escaped in the middle of the night at age 15. She’s the author of the memoir Amish Girl in Manhattan, and her story and work have appeared on NPR, Tim Ferriss’ blog, MTV’s True Life,,, HuffPost, and Thrive Global, among others.
About the Internship Program:
The Amish Heritage Foundation (AHF) is looking for a college student or recent graduate who is interested in a social media marketing internship starting the Spring semester. You’ll work directly with the Founder & Executive Director to deliver on timely marketing objectives.
You’ll help with marketing AHF’s educational and cultural initiatives, including upcoming events (e.g., AHF’s annual conference).
In particular, you’ll be responsible for creating graphics and videos in Canva, help craft messaging, conduct research that speaks to our target market, and assist with longer-term strategic projects.
We hope that your time with us will turn out to be one of your favorite memories––perhaps even a major turning point––when you look back on your life years from now. You’ll be considered a vital part of our team and your ideas will be welcomed. You’ll also receive personal mentorship throughout the program to help you achieve your career goals, and invitations to industry events where you’ll have the opportunity to build your network of relationships.
Even though AHF is a nonprofit, we operate under a for-profit business model (Torah’s experience is in entrepreneurship). At the end of your time with us, you’ll have acquired marketable and lucrative transferable skills that you can use in your personal, professional, or academic journey.
What a Former Intern Said:
“My internship w/ @AmishFoundation was one of the most rewarding experiences this year. I learned about marketing & nonprofits, grew my network, & discovered a mission that I was proud to work for.” – Skylar Fetter
Who We’re Looking For:
1) Enthusiastic initiative, strong work ethic and commitment to the position. You must be able to make these 10-20 weekly hours a priority.
2) Quick Learner. Eager to learn new skills and broaden knowledge.
3) Creativity. Strong writing and strategic thinking skills.
**If you have experience with and access to the following software, please indicate so in your cover letter:
  • Adobe Creative Suite (Premier, Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, etc.)
  • Keynote
  • WordPress
  • Asana, Trello, or similar application
  • Slack
How to Apply:
Interested applicants are encouraged to apply immediately. Candidates will be considered on a first-come, first-served basis.
To apply, please submit through VIP (if applicable), Handshake, or email [info at AmishHeritage .org] with the following:
  1. Your resume
  2. A cover letter addressed to Torah (sent as a PDF attachment) explaining what interests you about the internship, how you’d be a great fit, and whether an internship is a requirement as part of your degree program or credit is given through your school
  3. Your transcript (unofficial or official)
  4. Two to three (2-3) examples of papers that you’ve written––whatever you consider your best work; if applicable, include links to or attachments of works that you’d like to share (e.g., blog, design portfolio, video, essays, papers)
  5. Email subject line: “AHF Internship: [YOUR NAME]”
I look forward to receiving your application! – Torah
Check with your internship coordinator BEFORE accepting to determine how you might do this internship for credit.

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Role Description

The Video Operations SWAT team intern is responsible for supporting tactical initiatives designed to streamline troubleshooting, prevent human error and enhance platform knowledge for the Video Support Center engineers. Using technology and software, the intern will provide in-depth analysis of Video Operating systems with an intent to identify areas in which VSC engineers are not adequately equipped to be successful, and propose solutions to close those gaps. The Video Operations Support Center supports the full gamut of Video systems and platforms, so the ability to quickly understand new technologies, seek understanding of interconnected systems, and solve complex problems is what we are looking for in an intern.
The program is 10 weeks in length and will run from June through August 2021.
  • Actively and consistently support all efforts to simplify and enhance Video platform performance
  • Assist VSC SWAT engineers in developing dynamic guides for common issues
  • Develop, design and implement proposed software solutions
  • Identify, resolve and escalate as required operational and design issues through data analysis and recommend solutions to make systems more efficient.
  • Develop problem resolution procedures required to meet serviceability requirements and improve customer experience.
  • Support the teams providing reliable and consistent operation of these systems in order to provide a quality entertainment and information experience for our customers.
  • Provides technical and analytical support to the SWAT team initiatives
  • Currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Engineering and / or related field from an accredited University; Masters’ degree is preferred.
  • Rising Junior (current Sophomore) or above Minimum 3.0 cumulative GPA required
  • Experience performing application configuration, programming, installation, and maintenance within a Systems Administration capacity
  • Experience with data collection, analysis, and presentation
  • Experience with Python and other scripting language and UI development
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Office
The health and safety of our employees and candidates is very important to us. Spectrum has adopted virtual mobile recruiting tools that allow us to continue meeting new candidates. We look forward to “virtually” meeting you.
The Spectrum brands (including Spectrum Networks, Spectrum Enterprise and Spectrum Reach) are powered and innovated by Charter Communications. Charter Communications reaffirms its commitment to providing equal opportunities for employment and advancement to qualified employees and applicants. Individuals will be considered for positions for which they meet the minimum qualifications and are able to perform without regard to race, color, gender, age, religion, disability, national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other basis protected by federal, state or local laws.


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Role Description

Online Optimism is seeking a Digital Marketing Specialist in the Atlanta, Georgia area

We’re a New Orleans-based digital marketing agency that’s starting a second office in Atlanta, headed by our Social Media Director, Taylor Kincaid. You would work directly under her leadership.
Your internship will last from January to May, 2021 and be 25 – 35 hours/week. You should expect 75% of work to be done remotely, and 25% in-office at PCM in ATL. Our Specialists are typically college seniors, recent graduates, or MBA/MFA program students.

Other agencies might call it an internship program, but we offer and expect more.

As our first-ever Atlanta-based Digital Marketing Specialist, you’ll get hands-on experience in the realm of crafting digital marketing campaigns. This is not your standard internship — don’t expect coffee runs. Our Specialist will cultivate the ability to do real marketing, for real clients, with real dollars behind their ideas. You’ll listen in on clients’ calls, collaborate with professional designers, talk to social media strategists, partner with content marketers, and more.
You will have the opportunity to work on projects based in Atlanta, New Orleans, and nationwide. More than half of our 17 employees started as Specialists and we expect to expand and grow quickly in Atlanta.


  • Passion for digital marketing.
  • Strong writing skills.
  • A desire to hustle hard and celebrate often (one of our many values.)
  • Previous experience creating/monitoring social media content.
  • Paid digital advertising experience.
  • Knowledge of SEO.
  • An eye for design, and knowing what looks good.
  • Excel / Google Sheets experience
  • Google Analytics knowledge/ certifications


  • $10 / hour pay
  • Hands-on experience: you’ll have a killer portfolio in just a few months.
  • Work directly with the leadership of a fast-growing start-up.
  • Casual dress code.
  • Agency swag. From t-shirts to gift cards, to headsets for remote work – if you like branded care packages, you’ll feel right at home.
  • Endless opportunity.

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Role Description

As a Digital Services intern, you will work closely with the NSI staff to
  • Widen digital reach of NSI events and programs;
  • Promote the work of NSI’s group of experts, including its Fellows, Advisory Board, and faculty; and
  • Develop new media products, such as promotional and/or educational videos.
  • Creating social media content for platforms including Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn;
  • Researching technology trends to better understand digital topics and staying up to speed on the latest industry terminology;
  • Drafting content and updating the NSI website;
  • Editing and uploading videos of virtual events and NSI promotional materials;
  • Editing audio content of NSI’s “Fault Lines” podcast; and
  • Assisting with other projects as needed.
Required Qualifications:
  • Holds an undergraduate degree or currently enrolled in an undergraduate program;
  • Has a minimum overall GPA of 3.0
  • Has a passion for the digital space and a deep understanding of digital trends and technologies;
  • Has deep knowledge of social media platforms;
  • Has Microsoft Office Suite;
  • Has availability to work 20 hours/week and
  • Has availability on some evenings and weekends.
Preferred Qualifications:
  • Degree or current undergraduate program in Public Relations, Marketing, Communications or a related field;
  • Experience with WordPress, Canva, Tweet Deck, Hootsuite, Mailchimp and/or Audacity; and
  • Based in the DC Metro area.
How to Apply:
If interested, please submit a resume and cover letter to with the subject line, “[Lastname] Digital Services Intern Application”

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