Editorial Student Associate

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Working Title:
Editorial Student Associate
Communications, Marketing & Events
University Advancement
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Student Hourly
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Job Description Summary:
Job ID = 6196 Our Student Associates are important members of the communications, marketing and event team. The Editorial Student Associate will assist in writing stories about alumni and donors of Miami. The Associate will write brochure text, web stories and press releases and look for interesting alumni to interview for profiles, and search social media for comments and photos about Miami alumni.
Specific Duties Include:
Write and edit material for University Advancement (UA) projects;
Research and interview for stories on UA and other university platforms;
Fact check print and digital material for accuracy;
Assist with development of marketing and communications material such as video scripts, letters, emails, newsletters, and other collateral as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications:
We look for students who want to work, who are interested in people, and who have a strong background in writing: lots of journalism or English composition courses, experience in interviewing people and writing news or feature-type articles in both high school and college publications.
Our Student Associates often have majors in: Journalism, English, Professional Writing, Strategic Communication, or Marketing.
Work Location:
Harris Hall
Hours Per Week/Work Schedule (Student Jobs):
Flexible schedule; 15 - 20 hours per week
For Inquiries for Posting, Contact:
Brennan Burks
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Required Documents:
Application Types Accepted:
Student Application
Criminal Background Check Required:

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