Opportunities to aid in the planning of a tour in six African countries (Ghana, Nigeria, South Africa, Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda) which will take place in July 2013.The tour will consist of youth seminars that will spotlight self-confidence, hard work, and daring to live the best life that you can. The tour will also consist of an entertaining show made up of music, dance, and comedy performances.
Part-time unpaid internship positions are available to aid in the planning of the tour. Positions are in marketing, development, and event planning. Job descriptions include:
- Organize effective methods of promoting the tour
- Responsible for shooting marketing campaigns
- Utilize social media as a means of promoting the tour
- Responsible for the sale of tickets for the tour
- Get in touch with radio/tv stations in all six countries in order to market the tour
- Responsible for the creation and distribution of tour flyers
- Reports to the Marketing Director
- Responsible for the structure of the seminars for the tour
- Responsible for the structure of the shows of the tour
- Establish contact with in-country volunteers within all six countries
- Organize project site visitations in all six countries
- Responsible for making sure that the tour programs/activities run smoothly
- Reports to the Program Director
Event Planning Internship:
Arrange flights for all participants
Arrange food and accommodation for all participants
Rent venues for the seminars and shows in all six countries
Arrange transportation for participants within all six countries
Arrange visas for all participants
Arrange travel shots for all participants
Arrange travel insurance for all participants
Arrange vitamins and malaria medication for participants
Responsible for equipment rental for the tour
Reports to the Program Director
**All interested candidates should indicate which internships they are interested in.
**APPLICATION DEADLINE: Friday May 3, 2013 at 11:59pm.
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