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The Public Relations Internis responsible for assisting in the publicity, advertising, public relations and marketing of the programs and projects of the museum. He/She promotes CPC and its programs in a manner that enhances the reputation of the organization as a fun and exciting place to visit, and as a vital educational resource worthy of the community’s support.
·Writing, editing, and distributing information on CPC programs, projects, and special events to the local and regional press, TV and radio media, and other sources of potential visitors and/or supporters.
·Preparing, writing, and editing a CPC bimonthly newsletter.
·Continuously updating the CPC website with information pertaining to the museum.
·Searching out and developing new avenues for media, promotion, and news information by maintaining an excellent relationship with the press and other media.
·Coordinating public speaking events for private, civic, and service organizations in the area.
·Conducting advertising and marketing research to aid in developing advertising and marketing plans.
·Advising CPC Board members on public relations ideas and policies.
·Other duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities Preferred:
·Knowledge of Public Relations theories and applications.
·Excellent communication skills.
·Ability to work independently.
·Strong editing & writing skills.
·Good attention to detail and ability to meet deadlines.
·Experience in creating and maintaining web pages will be considered favorably.
All Semester internships are available. Work will occur during regular business hours, with the majority of the work able to be done outside of the museum on an independent schedule, though meeting regularly with Board is required. This intern is expected to work an average of 10-12 hours/week.