We are Hiring!
We Are Hiring!
Marketing & Event Planning Intern
Spring and Summer of 2023
The Minnesota Counties Computer Cooperative (MnCCC) has an opening and is accepting applications for a Marketing Intern. We are seeking an enthusiastic, self-motivated person who is willing to contribute to the needs of the organization actively and creatively. This is a part-time, paid position beginning in February/March of 2023 running through the end of June 2023, though we are flexible based on applicant’s schedule.
The main purpose of the intern’s position is to assist with the MnCCC Annual Conference, held in Alexandria, MN, along with all items leading up to the event. The intern will be expected to work directly with MnCCC staff to provide quality marketing content, assist in preparing for and managing our annual conference in June, and help with post-conference items, such as mailing, analytics, and gathering information for the 2024 conference. The intern will also be expected to practice strong interpersonal communication skills.
This position will help develop adequate marketing and event planning skills, both in print and digitally. You will be expected to be confident in your skills with Microsoft Office, along with usage of graphics and online calendar building. Training will be provided to the intern on how to use MnCCC’s personalized calendaring system and other organization-specific software. The intern position will be a great opportunity for insight into working with a small staff to accomplish the various and ever-changing goals of this organization.
It is key for any member of our organization to be passionate about maintaining, contributing to, and furthering the mission of MnCCC; Established in 1978, Minnesota Counties Computer Cooperative (MnCCC) works with all Minnesota Counties as a joint powers organization facilitating services and training, providing software and other cost-effective measures to substantially reduce technology costs for counties, cities, and agencies.
While you will always have access to the mentorship of the Executive Director and other staff members, your ability to be self-motivated is crucial to your success in this position. We are a very collaborative team that relies on both independent work and teamwork and expect the intern to be flexible in both areas.
Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and have at least a high school diploma. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license, along with access to transportation to and from our office. Applicant may be subject to a background check at the discretion of the MnCCC staff. All job offers are conditioned on the candidate being fully vaccinated against COVID-19 with a vaccine authorized for emergency use or FDA-approved. You will be required to show proof of vaccination on or before your first day of employment and complete a form certifying that you are vaccinated. Religious and medical exemptions or reasonable accommodations will be considered upon request as required by applicable law.
If you feel this internship will assist you in moving forward in your career path and that you can add value to the organization with your promotional and interpersonal skills, we highly encourage you to apply! To request an application and apply, please contact Emily Ladd, MnCCC’s Marketing and Membership Specialist, at email@example.com. We require a resume and cover letter to be attached to the application, though will not be accepted in place of an application. The selection method and rate of pay will be based on prior experience and/or applicant’s intended career goals. Final selection will include an oral interview (either in-person or virtually, based on needs), assessment of prior experience, and a thorough evaluation of whether the applicant aligns with the staff and goals of MnCCC. This position remains open until filled, with a priority deadline of February 10, 2023.
MnCCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate any employees, members, or vendors on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity, and sexual orientation), parental status, national origin, age, disability, genetic information (including family medical history), political affiliation, military service, or other non-merit-based factors.