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Marketing Intern

Kate's Club is looking for a marketing and analytics enthusiast.

Application Process

Application Review Begins
Application Review Ongoing
April 10, 2022
How to Apply

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Please include “Marketing Intern” in the subject line.

How to Apply

To apply, please submit the following to

  1. Resume
  2. A cover letter, no more than 2 pages in length that includes:
  • The start and end date of the period that you are available
  • Your available number of hours per week and preferred schedule
  • Narrative description of your relevant skills and experience
  • Whether or not you will be working for credit towards a degree or certification program


Required Education:
  • Interns can be undergraduate or graduate students
Required Experience:
Time Commitment
  • 20 hours a week for 8 weeks over Summer 2024
  • Specific internship period, hours and work agreements are negotiable
  • Remote or hybrid model of work
Annual Salary
  • Interns can work toward course credit
  • No financial compensation is available


Kate’s Club’s vision is to create a world in which it’s okay to grieve, and we want you to join us in this work. We are a community for children, families, and young adults experiencing the death of someone close to them. The organization brings people together around grief, creating safe, in person, and online educational and therapeutic spaces designed to help everyone express all emotions that come with experiencing the death of someone important to them. Kate’s Club provides these services free of charge, making effective fundraising a foundational element to the important work that we do.

We're looking for a marketing and analytics enthusiast

This intern will conduct research and data analysis, and drive content creation to improve the efficiency and impact of Kate’s Club’s digital presence, particularly on social media and via the organization website. Reporting to the Marketing & Communications Associate, this candidate will have a passion for marketing and data, and an eagerness to learn about nonprofit marketing strategy and operations. This internship will be 20 hours per week for 8 weeks during Summer 2024 and will result in a capstone project creating a comprehensive guide on social media best practices gleaned from recording social media metrics.

What you'll do

Social Media Analytics & Content

  • Maintain detailed records of social media metrics
  • Analyze social media metrics for trends
  • Conduct industry research to identify trends, opportunities, competitive research, and customer sentiment
  • Provide suggestions and guidance to improve social media impact
  • Some content creation support as needed

Website Management

  • Improve SEO on new and existing blog content
  • Work with external team on website maintenance

Marketing Support

  • As needed support on other marketing efforts, such as collateral design, eNewsletter design, slide deck design, etc.

What you'll bring

  • A background and career path in marketing, communications, journalism, media, or data is preferred
  • Strong analytical and problem-solving skills
  • Extremely detail-oriented and organized, professional, consistent, reliable, proactive
  • Superior written and verbal communication skills
  • Ability to work independently and be resourceful in a hybrid work environment
  • Aptitude for data management and technology systems, including proficiency with Microsoft Office 365, Google Suite
  • Understanding of and proficiency with social media platforms, including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, TikTok and Twitter
  • Graphic design skills and experience with Canva a plus

What we offer

  • A flexible hybrid or remote model of work (this position will be 20 hours per week, with potentially one day a week in office)
  • No compensation is available, but college course credit can be approved
  • A strong culture of support and belonging
  • An unparalleled depth of expertise in grief, with recognition for our work at the national level, and a strong strategic vision, with financial support, to continue to build a world in which it’s okay to grieve

How to apply

Grief does not discriminate. As such, Kate’s Club is committed to building a diverse staff that reflects the population we serve. We encourage anyone who has a passion for building a world in which it’s okay to grieve to apply, even if your experiences do not line up exactly with those in the position description. Please send your resume and cover letter to We will begin reviewing submissions June 3, 2024.