Rutgers Student Health Internships

Rutgers Student Health is dedicated to offering healthcare for the whole student body, mind, and spirit. Interns will have the opportunity to apply the skills they learn in the classroom to a professional, mission-based environment and the chance to build their resume within a structured learning experience.

Internships are unpaid and must be filled by current students who are able to receive credit for the internship. Successful interns may have the opportunity for advancement to a paid position.

Marketing & Communications Internships for Summer and Fall 2017
Application Deadline: Friday, April 14th

Data Analytics Intern
The Data Analytics Intern will use database tools and technologies to assess the traffic patterns of our website and social channels, including monitoring the effects of specific marketing campaigns. The student in this position will also build data reports and make recommendations for adjustments in marketing campaigns.

A successful candidate will be attentive to details and assignment guidelines/expectations, possess an eagerness to learn, have the ability to multi-task, manage time effectively, and shift priorities as needed. Students should also be able to collaborate with other department interns and employees to maintain consistency in messaging and enhance the brand as a whole.

Additional skills required include qualitative and quantitative analytical skills, familiarity with Google Analytics, Facebook Insights, Twitter Analytics, and Instagram.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to
Jeanne Bernard, Assistant Director of Marketing for Health & Wellness at jeanne.bernard@rutgers.edu.

Graphic Design Intern
The Graphic Design intern will create graphics and design layouts for web, social and print materials, following Rutgers University brand guidelines. Projects will range from large to small including flyers, web banners, social posts, brochure layouts, email newsletters, and promotional items.

A successful candidate must be comfortable pitching creative ideas as well as following project parameters, depending on the assignment. The candidate should also be creative, attentive to details and assignment guidelines/expectations, possess an eagerness to learn, have the ability to multi-task, manage time effectively, and shift priorities as needed. Students should also be able to collaborate with other department interns and employees to maintain consistency in messaging and enhance the brand as a whole.

Additional skills required include fluency in Adobe Creative Suite, and an ability to adapt designs to mobile formats.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter, resume, and portfolio to
Jeanne Bernard, Assistant Director of Marketing for Health & Wellness at jeanne.bernard@rutgers.edu.

Marketing, Communications & Social Media Intern
The Marketing, Communications & Social Media Intern will perform a variety of functions including the creation and management of social media content, assistance with the expansion of our social media presence to include YouTube, development and execution of marketing campaigns, creation of new print materials and revision of old materials, website content management, event advertisement, brand awareness, and student outreach initiatives.

A successful candidate must have a strong knowledge of the social media landscape, with an understanding of both existing and emerging channels as well as user trends. The candidate must be comfortable pitching creative ideas as well as following project parameters, depending on the assignment. The student in this position will be attentive to details and assignment guidelines/expectations, possess an eagerness to learn, have the ability to multi-task, manage time effectively, and shift priorities as needed.

Students will receive practical experience writing and editing content for web, social and print pieces and participate in all aspects of event and brand promotion. Students should also be able to collaborate with other department interns and employees to maintain consistency in messaging and enhance the brand as a whole.

Additional skills required include fluency in Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and familiarity with social analytics and WordPress. Desired, but not required skills include graphic design, photography, familiarity with video filming and editing, and knowledge of YouTube.

Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to
Jeanne Bernard, Assistant Director of Marketing for Health & Wellness at jeanne.bernard@rutgers.edu.