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Office of Marketing and University Communication

Marketing Strategy Internship

Title: Marketing Strategy Intern, UW-Green Bay Office of Marketing and University Communication
Term: Fall Semester 2018

Time Commitment: Approximately 10 hours per week for 14 weeks (fall semester). If agreeable to both student and supervisor, the intern can continue in second semester in a paid “Marketing Assistant” position.
Compensation: There is no financial compensation. This is a for-credit opportunity. (10 hours per week for 3 credits)
Starting Date: September, End date is finals week. 
Supervisor: Eric Craver, Director of Marketing Strategy and Advertising, UW-Green Bay


Work with the Director and others on the Marketing and University Communications (M/UC) Team and other campus clients to plan and execute marketing campaign initiatives to promote the University to its many audiences in multiple markets, venues and channels. Other duties may include:

  • Work with Carnegie, UW-Green Bay digital media vendor
  • Work with media vendors to review purchasing options and to align media channels with marketing goals
  • Work with Marketing Strategy Director to identify marketing plans for collaborative degree programs.
  • Take the lead in identifying and creating content for The Flame e-newsletter.
  • Work with the Office of Admissions to create plans and strategies for promoting online programs.
  • Meeting with campus clients to identify marketing needs and develop strategies.
  • Collaborate with M/UC design team and content creators to develop content for campaigns.
  • Proofreading/editing copy
  • Assistance with writing and editing of promotional materials including web pages, brochures, posters
  • Assist Print Manager with organizing and filing of completed print projects
  • Distribute invoices to department who placed order
  • Maintain print sample files
  • Receive business card requests, update or create new business cards and send to requestor for approval
  • Assistance with relationship-building via social media (primarily Facebook, twitter, Instagram)
  • Other duties as assigned which may include internal communications, brainstorming and event planning.


  • Self-starter; able to work well without constant direction
  • Strong oral and written communication skills
  • Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
  • Basic computer skills and social media proficiency
  • Experience with basic concepts of marketing is preferred


  • Perfect attendance unless proper notification and prior request
  • Participation in a few weekend/evening events throughout the semester
  • Firm deadlines on assignments
  • 10 hours per week as outlined and in agreement between intern and supervisor

Skills to be developed:

  • Understanding of marketing strategy and the process of acquiring paid advertising
  • Enhanced written and oral communication skills
  • Increased knowledge regarding content strategies, and workplace urgency
  • Relationship-building for future opportunities

To apply:

Email cover letter and writing samples to Eric Craver, by April 15, 2018.
Contact Information:

  • Eric P. Craver, Director of Marketing Strategy and Advertising
  • Phone: (920) 456-2577
  • Email: