Experience. That’s the one thing employers look for in a potential hire. We’ve hired designers, developers, marketing pros and other awesome people at Lemonade Stand – and not once have we asked about their coursework.We’re currently looking for interns to spend about five hours per week helping us market our team management app Yalla. The internship is focused on social media and content marketing, two of the most important sectors of digital marketing today.
Lemonade Stand is looking for talented students to serve as writers for the Yalla blog. The internship is unpaid, but you’ll get real-world marketing experience and training from our team. We also write killer letters of recommendation.
- Write one to two posts per week for the blog, usually focused on other software that can help with productivity.
- Promoting your blog posts on social media to drive backlinks and engagement.
- Attend regular training sessions to improve your writing and social media skills.
We’d like each of our interns to sign up 250 Yalla users during their time with Lemonade Stand. You can ask professors to let you demo it in their classes, pitch it to departments at your school, or use whatever other marketing strategy you want to experiment with.
We built Yalla because we were sick of fighting against project management software like Basecamp and Asana. It makes collaboration simple and fun, whether you’re a small group working on a class project or a full-service marketing agency dealing with dozens of clients. But it’s hard to fully describe Yalla in words. That’s why we always start by giving our interns a demo of Yalla – and the blueprint for how to give that demo to others. You won’t be thrown into the deep end here. We’ll always be around to help you learn more about Yalla and how to better market it to your peers.
How to Apply
If you’re interested in our marketing internships, send a resume and a little bit about yourself to firstname.lastname@example.org. Take a look at Yalla and tell us what you like and don’t like at first glance. Include a rough outline of your schedule and why you’re interested in the internship.