Interning for the Fleet Farming program is ideal for someone who is passionate about local, organic food and interested in furthering their experience in the field of media and marketing. Interns will assist on location with content creation, organization, research, and/or management of projects associate with department. Through the program, the intern will learn about sustainability, urban agriculture, brand development, time management, effectively working in groups, community outreach, and much more.
Applicants should be eager to learn, hard working with a positive attitude, and have a sense of humor. All duties & responsibilities listed below are facilitated under close observation through a mentor-trainee relationship.
Duties may include one or some of the following:
Media interns will work towards creating and providing high-quality content for the Marketing team and the other Fleet Farming departments. This content will include video (shooting and editing), photography, animation, graphic design, etc. Media interns will also be expected to develop and refine strong organizational habits with all the content. Editing, cataloging, sorting. and labeling everything for quick and maximum accessibility will be key.
The content our media team creates serves to cover and promote our ongoing free community events, boost garden installation sales, increase social media awareness/engagement, and strengthen our overall brand.
Marketing interns will be responsible for curating and preparing the Media team’s content for social media and advertising efforts. Familiarizing yourself with Facebook’s Business Manager and Google’s AdWords platforms will be key. Developing outreach campaigns, scheduling posts, interpreting data, and analyzing audience engagement will all be major components as well.
Fleet Farming internships are unpaid, but will count towards your university credit hours, as well as earn you a glowing letter of recommendation once all requirements are completed.If you are interested, please submit an application on the previous page here.