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We're looking for a Summer Marketing Intern!

Lori Halley 18 May 2011 0 comments

Your Name Here!Here's a great Summer Marketing Internship opportunity for a new marketing professional in Toronto’s growing technology sector!

Wild Apricot is web-based membership software for small associations and nonprofits. Our marketing philosophy revolves around the idea of bringing customers to us by being approachable rather than going for a traditional “hard sell.” We are focused on keeping our marketing messages simple and direct, and to being a key source of industry knowledge and best practices, as well as a great software company. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge through our blog and through social networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter. And, as you might have guessed by our name, we definitely like to have a good time while working hard!

The Summer Marketing Intern will report to the VP of Marketing and works on the execution of various projects as a part of the marketing department.


Duties include:

  • Analysis of marketing data, including web traffic, lead and sales information
  • Assisting with web content publishing, including posting to customer facing websites and social networks
  • Coordinating with marketing activities with Wild Apricot staff and external agency partners


  • Current student or recent graduate of a post secondary Marketing or Business program
  • Strong computer skills, with a preference for those who have expertise with Microsoft Excel and Google Analytics, or similar tools
  • Attention to detail and excellent organizational skills
  • Strong analytical skills


This is an in-house position at our Toronto Head Office, located at 144 Front Street West.


Drop me a line at lenna@wildapricot.com, and include a copy of your resume and the dates when you will be available. Please note that this is an unpaid internship.

Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot] Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Posted by Lori Halley [Engaging Apricot]

Published Wednesday, 18 May 2011 at 1:26 PM
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