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Marketing Intern

Marketing Intern

This internship is only open to students currently enrolled in college. We will bring on one intern per period.

Internship Periods & Application Deadlines 
We offer Spring, Summer, and Fall internships. Work must take place between 9 am and 5 pm PT.

Spring Internship Period
February 1st - April 20th
Applications due December 31st

Summer Internship Period
May 1st - July 20th
Applications due March 28th

Fall Internship Period
September 28th - December 9th
Applications due August 28th

Internship Details

Reporting to the marketing manager you will assist with a variety of marketing tasks including (but not limited to) creation and scheduling of social media posts and giveaways, writing blog posts for the Mountaineers Books website, designing book postcards and other print marketing collateral, email marketing list management and campaigns, and additional tasks to be determined by company needs and intern’s interest and skillset. 
Interns must be available 10 hours per week for the full duration of the internship. Remote and partially remote options available. We are happy to work with student’s academic institution to meet needs for fulfillment of academic credit.
Qualifications
  • Must be able to work a minimum of 10 hours per week.
  • Must be over 18 years of age. 
  • Must have access to a reliable internet source and laptop computer. 
  • Must be familiar with social media platforms including, but not limited to, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.
  • Must have strong writing skills and fluency in English. 
Benefits
  • Stipend of $1000 to be paid at successful completion of internship.
  • Receive real-world experience in marketing and book publishing.
  • Will finish internship with concrete work samples to add to your portfolio.
  • After successful completion of internship interns will receive a written letter of recommendation. 
  • Will learn a variety of new programs and systems.
  • 5 free books
  • Access to local Mountaineers Books events.
  • One-on-one informational meeting with publisher, editor-in-chief, and the director of sales and marketing.
TO APPLY:
Please apply for the internship by completing this Google form: https://forms.gle/XYy1DvvYsnBctza76
Applicants who do not complete this form will not be considered.
If you have questions about this internship please direct them to marketing@mountaineersbooks.org

While we understand that applicants will have simultaneous commitments such as school and employment, we will not consider applicants who will be enrolled in another book publishing internship, or who will otherwise be employed by another book publisher at any point during your internship with Mountaineers Books.

About Us

Established in 1960, Mountaineers Books is the nation's leading nonprofit independent publisher of outdoor recreation, lifestyle, and conservation books. Based in Seattle, we have a staff of 23, more than 700 books in print, and we distribute the books of aligned outdoor nonprofits, including the American Alpine Club, the Appalachian Trail Conservancy, and the Colorado Mountain Club.

In addition to the recreation, education, and adventure titles published by Mountaineers Books, we have two imprints, Skipstone and Braided River, respectively focusing on backyard activism and environmental conservation.

Mountaineers Books is a part of The Mountaineers, a community of outdoor recreationists and conservationists founded in 1906 to explore the peaks and waterways of the Pacific Northwest. Today, we have 15,000 members, generations of volunteers, and seven branches in Western Washington, where we deliver most of our outdoor education programming. Thanks to our internationally recognized and award-winning publishing division, we enjoy an outstanding national reputation in the fields of outdoor education, recreation, and public lands conservation and advocacy.

Our Mission: The Mountaineers enriches lives and communities by helping people explore, conserve, learn about, and enjoy the lands and waters of the Pacific Northwest and beyond.