October 28, 2014 | Leave a Comment
About the Alumni Association
The East Carolina Alumni Association was created to develop a spirit of cooperation and loyalty among alumni and to promote the general welfare of the institution. The scope of the association, which was organized by the classes of 1911 and 1912 in June, 1912, has grown tremendously as the alumni population has multiplied with a growing ECU. In order to keep pace with a rapidly developing university, the Alumni Association was incorporated as a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization in 1967. Since that time the alumni population has increased from 15,000 to more than 130,000.
Today, our mission is to inform, involve, and serve members of the ECU family throughout their lifelong relationship with the University.
About Alumni Programs
The Alumni Programs arm of the East Carolina Alumni Association performs numerous functions to support the organization’s mission including planning fundraising events to raise money for ECU student scholarships, campus activities such as reunions to serve alumni groups, regional events to engage alumni across the Pirate Nation, and student events to build relationships and prepare future Pirate Alumni for tomorrow.
Under the guidance of 3 event planning professionals, this position will provide an opportunity to increase your knowledge of planning and executing successful events. Potential opportunities include:
- Assist in planning regional alumni events
- Network with ECU alumni and friends
- Create budgets for various events
- Research venues and event space for various Alumni Association programs in targeted regions of the US
- Research new event ideas for alumni programming
- Assist with the management Scholarship information
- Serve on a reunion committee that helps plan affinity reunions
- Assist in planning Pirate Alumni Road Race, Tailgates, Golden Reunion, regional social and networking events, Senior Dinner.
The Director of Alumni Programs will work with potential interns to match their interests with the needs of the Alumni Association to determine a set of goals.
Work schedule is flexible. The length of the internship will be predetermined based on candidate needs. Candidates must be willing to commit to a weekly schedule with a minimum of 10 hours per week. Some nights and weekends will be required but will count toward your 10 hour minimum. Travel/use of vehicle may be required.
Computer Skills Desired
Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Microsoft Excel, and internet research is required.
Contact Shawn Moore, Director of Alumni Programs at 328-5775 or email@example.com. Screening will begin immediately.
October 27, 2014 | Leave a Comment
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Veer Right Management Group, Inc. (VRMG), located in Wilson, NC, is looking for a Marketing Intern. Please click on the link below for a full job description and contact information!
Write occasional sports and news articles for the Washington Daily News. Some travel required ( to and from Washington, NC and Beaufort County).
Excellent writing skills required. Knowledge of sports reporting preferred. Experience writing for The East Carolinian or other daily or weekly newspaper preferred. Paid per article.
Please send resume and 3 writing samples to Dave Cucciara at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Weekly Racer is a website dedicated to bringing fans and readers closer to the racing action. We provide live coverage on various social media outlets to include Facebook and Twitter as well as looking to expand. Not only do we provide live coverage we post race recaps, driver interviews and other news from around the region. We are looking for a intern who is willing to cover the action at East Carolina Motor Speedway in Robersonville, North Carolina. Some travel may be required to Lucama, North Carolina to cover races at a different race track.
Responsibilities: The intern will be responsible for providing LIVE updates via our Twitter account in the form of text, images, and video. In addition, each weekend a recap of the event must be typed and posted on the website within a reasonable time frame. During the week the intern should work on interviewing drivers and track officials about past and upcoming events at the speedway.
The student would also be expected to help run the social media outlets and engage and interact with readers to help the site grow. The student will also help secure and organize sponsorships for the website.
The intern is expected to travel to the speedway to provide this coverage.
Skills: A complete understanding of Twitter and Facebook. Experience with Microsoft office mainly Word, Excel would be a plus. The student will need some form of portable technology to use while reporting at the track. A stand-alone camera would be a plus however with most smart phones having cameras they will be okay.
Dates: Would prefer someone who could work the complete race season, April –October. Our main concern would be the summer months of May through September
Justin Kern – Content Manager