Marketing & Communications Intern Job Description

Choose to DO, Inc. is a nonprofit founded March 8, 2016, that provides mental health resources to BIPOC teens in low income communities.

The Marketing & Communications Intern coordinates all the marketing activities and initiatives for the organization. They conduct market research, carry out promotional campaigns, identify target audiences and evaluate current trends.


  • Develop strategic marketing initiatives and activities.
    Implement marketing plans that include print, broadcast and online content.
  • Create branded advertising campaigns, and support the marketing and design teams by coordinating and collating content.
  • Setup tracking systems for marketing campaigns and online activities.
  • Conduct market research to identify marketing opportunities and negotiate media coverage.
    Traffic all advertising efforts to appropriate channels.
    Develop and manage all internal communication systems.
  • Create, maintain and strengthen the organization’s overall brand through all media avenues.
  • Organize and streamline service offerings into user-friendly concepts.
  • Manage print contractors and other promotional vendors.
  • Maintain strict confidentiality of sensitive information.
    Simplify complex data into a user-friendly format such as graphs, charts and other visual aids for clients and management.
  • Additional duties as assigned.


  • Organized and resourceful, outgoing and great communicator.
  • Experience writing for social media, newsletters, blog and editorial writing.
  • (Adobe Indesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, etc.) experience is a PLUS!
  • Ownership of a good quality camera is also a PLUS!
    Proficiency with Applications (Word, excel, drive, sheets, docs, etc.).
  • Ability to work well independently, and across teams.
  • Flexibility in schedule required.


  • Time Requirement: Hours: 10+ hours a week and work based on your availability.
  • Salary: Unpaid
  • Location: Remote and/or working in person in Houston, TX.
  • Incentives: Professional developments, community service, and networking opportunities.