This is an internship position with tremendous room for growth and input on all areas of Kocina Branding & Marketing Companies. Truly a great opportunity for an outside-the-box thinker who is fascinated by the constantly changing world of marketing, PR and advertising.
As a Web Marketing intern at Kocina Branding & Marketing Companies you will be increasing opportunities to provide a variety of services designed to help promote our clients’ products through:
- Web Development
- Expos & Events
- Primary focus will be to apply your creative talents to our company websites in order to drive sales.
- Identify other new-media publicity opportunities for our products (blogs, online magazines, etc.)
- Maintain and grow e-Marketing databases
- Develop and implement activities to drive web traffic to our sites
- Analyze results of efforts
Self-starter, enthusiastic go-getter, exploring
Decisive, high energy, creative
Great attitude and team player mentality
Job Location: Burnsville, Minnesota
Degrees Wanted None Required
Majors Wanted – Business Marketing; Marketing & Sales; Marketing Design
Job Targets Wanted Any Job Target
REQUIREMENTS: Currently pursuing a degree in Internet Marketing, Marketing or other related field. Able to work at least 10 hours per week. Minimum of 3 month internship. Internships are unpaid and must be taken for college credit. Must be able to provide documents from school indicating credit.
Kocina Branding and Marketing Companies
Employer Web: Site http://www.kocinamarketingcompanies.com
Equal Opportunity Employer
Contact Name: Cynde Bock
Address: 350 W Burnsville Parkway
Burnsville, MN 55337
Application Instructions Apply online.
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Carie Statz is a marketing and sales instructor. She began teaching at DCTC in 1998.
Carie is pursuing her doctorate in business administration (DBA), has a master's degree in mass communications from the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee. She has a bachelor's degree in from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse, where she minored in Spanish and majored in mass communications with an emphasis on advertising and public relations.
At the Universidad de las Americas in Puebla, Mexico, she pursued general studies in Spanish and anthropology. She also attended the Grantsmanship Training Program at Marquette University.
Carie continues her education through software upgrades and Web applications. She also attends seminars, courses, and conferences covering new trends in marketing and graphic design.
Her nonprofit marketing experience includes supervisory positions at DCTC, UWM, and the Community Action Program of Janesville, Wisconsin. Her for-profit experience includes work for Walt Disney World, Oscar Mayer Foods, and TCF Bank of Wisconsin.
Carie published "How the News Media Affects the Public's Perception of Crime" as her thesis.
In 2003 and 2007, Carie was nominated as "DCTC Instructor of the Year." As DCTC's marketing director, she won several awards for marketing materials, including radio and television commercials as well as viewbooks and catalogs. In 2003, she won the Silver IABC Award for designing the college's 2002-2003 viewbook.
Regarding her teaching philosophy, Carie strives to "bring the real world into the classroom as much as possible so students are prepared for work upon graduation."
The best part of her job as a DCTC instructor is hearing from internship supervisors about how they would rather hire a prepared student from DCTC than another student from a four-year college.
Carie is a member of the American Marketing Association and does volunteer work for Treasurers of the Heart and Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity.