Advertising: Ad Sales, Marketing: Communications, Sales
SMG is looking to hire ambitious student leaders for our paid Sales & Marketing Internship. Student Account Executives will have the opportunity to help business owners in their area develop marketing campaigns for the 2018-2019 academic year. Interns work independently and visit local businesses daily to sell advertising space within the planner and online. They manage their own territories and accounts, but also set and work towards group goals with teammates and managers.
-Work one-on-one with an experienced sales mentor
-Attain quantifiable metrics to attest to sales performance
-Qualify for college credit (with advisors’ approval)
-Receive professional sales training from industry experts
-Gain invaluable skills and undergo personal/professional growth
-Feel the difference of working for a company that cares
-Have fun while doing it!
For more information, please visit our website www.studentmediagroup.com, or call our Program Director, Nick Melillo at 302-607-2580 x 156
The Student Media Group’s internship program has been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Young Money Magazine and Smart CEO Magazine.
-Live on or near the school campus at any of our markets with job openings
-Have a valid driver’s license and access to their own car
-Be able to dedicate a minimum of 30hrs/week (M-F between 9am-6pm)
-Possess strong verbal and written communication skills
-Have an outstanding work ethic, ability to self-motivate, and a positive attitude
Student Media Group (SMG) is a leading collegiate marketing company serving students and businesses nationwide. We publish the Campus Plan-It Daily Planner, a free academic planner handed out to students at the beginning of the school year. The planner includes a local business guide, special coupons and deals, academic and sports schedules, community events, and other valuable content. With the same campus guide now available online at www.CampusPlan-It.com, our mission is to be the “all-in-one solution” for connecting students with their campus communities.