General Publications Marketing & Product Development Internship

Email Promotion Intern
Promotion & Design Services Group

The Promotion & Design Services Group (P&DSG) is looking for an intern who loves communicating directly with people and is interested in gaining first-hand experience focusing on email. Email campaigns require a blend of technical and creative skills to deliver meaningful messages. If you enjoy—or want to learn about—coding and design projects you’d be a welcome addition to the P&DSG team. 

P&DSG is a service-based department that shapes and supports the promotion of products, services, and events that constitute the resources of the Christian Science Publishing Society and The First Church of Christ, Scientist. During this internship you will learn how to build emails, manage lists of recipients, and analyze campaign results for multiple departments within the organization. You’ll also have the opportunity to innovate and pitch ideas to strengthen communication plans and increase engagement with members and customers.

Opportunities:

  • Learn how to build email messages

  • Help manage lists of contacts

  • Gain experience in campaign result analysis, with number crunching

  • Participate in discussions about the future of publishing and promotion

 

Qualifications & Desired Qualities:

  • Organized, detail-oriented, and efficient self-starter with solid time management skills

  • Proficient with graphic design software (PhotoShop, InDesign, or Illustrator)

  • Familiar with HTML and CSS

  • Familiar with SQL

  • Strong writing, grammar, and editing skills

  • Pursuing a degree in Marketing, Web Development, or similar fields

How to apply

Fill out the online application and attach your resume and cover letter. Or, email them to us at tmcyouthintern@christianscience.com. Applications are due February 1, 2021. 

Program Dates: June 1 - August 13 (11 weeks)

Compensation: Interns will receive a $250/week living stipend, as well as a housing allowance that may be determined based on the country from which they will be working. The living stipend and housing are taxable benefits. Interns who are Mother Church members and are returning to school after the internship program may be eligible to receive an Albert Baker Fund educational grant award after their successful completion of the program.

Questions: If you have questions about this program, please contact TMC Youth at tmcyouthintern@christianscience.com.