Social Media Internship

Social Media Internship Opportunity
Jenkins Creative

We are looking for a Social Media Intern to join our innovative team at our office in West Midtown, Atlanta. From large business to small, local restaurants to national brands, we pride ourselves on tackling every project with the same high energy and optimism to make our clients’ dreams a reality. We’re adventurous, excited, motivated and creative – and can’t wait to see what you can bring to the team!

About this position:

In this role, you will be collaborating with our Social Media Manager to create content and develop brand awareness for a group of restaurants in and around Atlanta, Georgia. Occasionally, you will need to pitch your ideas to the client and you will be expected to be present and engaged throughout. Most importantly, you will have the freedom and encouragement to be creative and to strive to accomplish the impossible.

You must be available to work both remotely and in our office. Weekly schedule will be determined based on your availability for the rest of the semester. Ideally, this position would carry on into the Spring.

*While we are mainly looking for social media help, it doesn’t hurt to be a jack-of-all-trades in this office. If you’re open to assisting with web & graphic design, you’d be a great fit! No need to be a pro—we’ll teach you (because that’s what internships are all about, right?).

What you will get:
• Hands-on experience in all areas of client relations
• Project management skills
• Experience working with creative from start to finish
• Fun, close-knit environment
• Corny jokes daily
• Professional, high quality content for your personal portfolio

• 0-2 Years experience
•An abundance of creativity
• Able to multi-task effectively
• Excellent time management skills
• Eager to take on new challenges
• Good sense of humor

• A killer instagram feed doesn’t hurt
• An interest in photography

If you are interested, please send your resume, a link to your portfolio (if applicable), and a brief paragraph about yourself to Annie Nichtern at