New Year, New Opportunities with the Chelsea Center!
Explore the career paths of your dreams through the Chelsea Center this year. Partners in the community are seeking students like you to add value to their organizations, so check the Chelsea Center website frequently for new opportunities.
Interested applicants should email Dr. Arens and Ms. Miller at email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org.
(Internship filled, Congratulations to Lydia!)
Private Monthly Magazine--Neighbors of Webster Groves (fall semester)This opportunity will provide a WGSD High School student with an opportunity to learn about varied aspects of starting a new magazine, including social media marketing, writing content & photography. Interns may be asked to engage in a broad spectrum of tasks, but those with a passion for one specific part of the internship (photography, for example) are also encouraged to apply, as position(s) may be tailored to match interests.
Excellent communication skills
Excellent research skills (to create content for social media posts)
Knowledge of social media platforms
Ability to work with and edit images and videos as needed for social media
Ability to craft interesting content for magazine
Completes tasks on time
St. Louis, MO – St. Louis resident and Publisher Ree Hamlin is proud to announce the introduction of a free monthly publication, Neighbors of Webster Groves, a Best Version Media (BVM) publication. The magazine will be distributed to Webster residents via their mailbox.
Featuring a local family in every magazine to gain the attention of Webster residents, Neighbors of Webster Groves will offer readers timely, relevant and local content, giving them content to look forward to on a monthly basis while also offering an opportunity for local businesses to become an advertising sponsor, combining the best elements of social media and print.
According to Hamlin “I am thrilled to be able to offer Webster residents a beautiful publication that connects them with local businesses. We are also offering local businesses the opportunity to place their brand in front of thousands of local residents each month” She added “We build top of mind awareness in the community so that people remember local businesses over the competition. We feature local families and highlight upcoming events, local sports and much more. Because our publications are tailored to the areas we serve, nearly everyone who receives a BVM magazine reads it monthly.”
(Internship filled, Congratulations to Emily!)
Webster Groves School District Foundation (fall semester)
This opportunity will provide a WGSD High School student with an opportunity to learn about social media marketing, non-profit management and event planning.
- Assisting with creating social media content that aligns with WGSDF marketing plan
- Regularly posting social media content, approved by Foundation staff, to all social media platforms used by WGSDF (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram and LinkedIn)
- Occasional data entry and management of contact database
- Occasionally attend monthly board meetings
Breakdown of Internship:
- 50% researching content for and posting to social media
- 25% Database Management
- 10% attending meetings - for fundraising or board meetings. Which meetings attended is flexible and based on intern’s desire to learn more about the specific part of nonprofit management
- 10% other assignments as needed (helping staff with mailings for fundraising campaign, assisting in fundraising event)
- 5% Occasional visits to district schools for delivery of flyers or distribution of yards signs
- Knowledge of social media platforms used by WGSDF
- Detailed Oriented
- Ability to work with and edit images and videos as needed for social media
- Able to work independently and as part of a team
- Completes tasks on time
- Excellent research skills (to create content for social media posts)
- Excellent communication skills