This position has been filled
Length of Internship:
3 months
Internship Industry:
Business & Administrative Services
Education & Higher Education
Social Services & Non-Profit
  • College sophomore, juniors, seniors who can commit to a six month internship
  • Experience with technology and social media platforms: HootSuite, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn
  • Responsible, self-motivated, and quality communicator
  • Access to personal computer and reliable WiFi
  • Enjoys working collaboratively with a team


Are you a social media guru?  If so, we’d love to hear from you!  Our workforce development team is looking for a social media intern to help promote our online resources to college students, educators and businesses in the Monterey Bay Region.

We are looking for students who are interested in remote work and can commit to a minimum of six months. We’re able to provide the online tools and organizational culture to support media-related projects and responsibilities, virtual meetings, and webcasts.

Build your professional and digital skillset, connect with our business, educator and student network, and earn academic credit (if applicable).  Other benefits include flexible hours, ability to work remotely, mileage reimbursement, and $1000 stipend upon completion of the internship.  In addition, we’ll provide training and professional development opportunities on how membership-based non-profits work, large-scale event planning for conferences, and a letter of recommendation/references at the end of the internship.

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  • Attend online orientation and training
  • Attend online team meetings, monthly
  • Manage social media platforms, weekly
  • Update website blog posts, weekly
  • Stay informed about active internship postings on Monterey Bay Internships to share with students
  • Attend any online professional networking events to share Monterey Bay Internships with employers (when possible)

About Monterey Bay Internships

Monterey Bay Internships is a resource that helps ease the transition for young adults from higher education to the workforce. Employers can take advantage of the talent groomed here at home from schools like Cabrillo College, CSU Monterey Bay, Gavilan College, Hartnell College, Middlebury Institute of International Studies, Monterey Peninsula College, and UC Santa Cruz. Students receive the training necessary to meet the employment needs of our local business community. Together we can help our region thrive.