The 4-H Council Wants You To Join the Team and Make A Difference in The Lives of Young People. APPLY NOW!
Posted By: Kennedy Williams on April 12, 2021 |
The National 4-H Council is looking for HBCU grads to fill its Integrated Marketing Specialist, STEM position.
National 4‑H Council (Council) is committed to providing leadership and resources so that 4‑H programs are available to youth across the US. Our executive leadership team and Board of Trustees are dedicated to the belief that helping kids achieve their boldest dreams empowers them and our communities to thrive today, tomorrow, and beyond. Council supports national, and state 4‑H programs focused on fundraising, brand management, communications, and legal and fiduciary services. Council also oversees the National 4‑H Conference Center and the National 4‑H Supply Service, the authorized agent for items bearing the 4‑H Name and Emblem.
Council seeks a creative, well-rounded marketer with solid writing and program management skills to support its rapidly growing science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) program area for a one-year grant-funded position with the possibility of extension upon renewed grant funding. This position will primarily work on the 4-H Tech Changemakers program, which provides people across the country with digital skills training and broadband access to expand opportunities in employability, education, innovation, and more.
The candidate in this role will be responsible for finding innovative ways to help 4-H’ers tell their work's story and its impact on their communities.
The ideal candidate should have no trouble managing multiple responsibilities, ranging from serving as an in-house reporter to developing a marketing strategy to serving as a hands-on marketing program manager. On a given day, this role might include interviewing teens or program participants, writing an article or op-ed, coordinating a local marketing event, designing a nationally representative survey, conducting media training for teens or local spokespeople, or program managing a large cross-functional team.
The ideal candidate is a skilled writer and project manager with a background in grassroots PR and marketing. Additionally, they should be collaborative, experienced in managing relationships, and have the experience to drive projects from conception to completion. This role will support 4-H’s STEM marketing strategy with approximately 75% of time spent directly on the Tech Changemakers project. This position is remote.
In response to COVID-19, all positions are currently temporarily remote.
For more info about job requirements, job responsibility, and how to APPLY, here!
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