Marketing and Communications internship placements in Cape Town typically involve significant media monitoring and research, as well as editorial work. Interns are encouraged to come with a solid familiarity of social media, such as Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and Pinterest. Previous experience or education related to Business, Marketing or Social Sciences is desirable but not a requirement for this dynamic internship. More important, is the ability to work both independently and within a team, as well as the ability to work under pressure, delivering a high degree of accuracy, while meeting challenging deadlines.
Due to the broad scope of this internship field, a customized approach is taken toward matching each intern to their best placement opportunity. Responsibilities will vary depending on the specific business placement, but a typical list of general activities may include (but may not be limited to):
- Working on sales strategies and brand management
- Business analytics
- Customer support
- Editing and proofreading
- Research duties
- Monitoring news outlets and preparing daily updates for staff
- Drafting press releases and other communications documents
- Maintaining databasesAssisting with multimedia production, including video tapings and photo shoots
- Digital Marketing media planning and advertisements
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- All Intern Abroad programs attract a Registration Fee of US$299 in addition to the Program Fee.
- All payments attract a 5% transaction fee to cover international banking fees and currency charges. International wire transfer payments attract a minimum fee of US$75.
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What extra costs will I have?
- Visa, flights, travel insurance (mandatory), vaccinations, criminal background check.
- Transfer back to the airport at conclusion of the program.
- Language lessons (optional)
- Souvenirs + tourism/leisure activities during free time.
- Personal spending money to cover basic expenses such as meals and public transportation. Interns generally find US$120 per week to be sufficient.