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Tufts Institute of the Environment Intern-Communications & Marketing

by Ann Greaney-Williams on September 8, 2011

Tufts Institute of Environment
Date Posted Sep 08, 2011
Category Computers: Internet Web
Job Description Intern will maintain and improve TIE website, on ThinWire platform, and WSSS website, in Dreamweaver. Write and proofread content for websites and assist in creating new designs for print and web communications. Intern will coordinate e-newsletters in Constant Contact and social media sites – Picasa, Facebook, Linkedin – with other interns and staff. The Tufts Institute of the Environment (TIE) would like to hire a junior or senior Environmental Studies student, or student with environmental knowledge, to join our team of interns. Duties: • Potential projects may include creating promotional materials for TIE programs and events, writing content for the TIE website, composing e-newsletters, and other miscellaneous office tasks. • Intern should oversee and suggest changes to websites and implement updates upon request. • Tracking time spent and changes made for each website – and • Intern will help oversee transitions of TIE website in ThinWire to a newer WordPress style platform. • Intern’s creativity and familiarity with communications will help drive the public outreach of TIE.
Job Requirements Skills/Qualifications: • Basic HTML knowledge and the ability to work independently are essential. • Excellent attention to detail, ability to learn new technologies quickly, and communication skills for a professional audience are required. • Familiarity with computers systems generally and comfort with an array of software including Adobe Creative Suite: Dreamweaver, Photoshop, InDesign, etc. FinalCut, GIS, or other software experience a plus. • Preference will be given to students with work study awards & students working in AM. For more information, visit:

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