Content & Social Media Intern

Join the Loverly team! We’re looking for a Content & Social Media Intern to support our Marketing Team across all Loverly's content initiatives.

Content & Social Media Intern
Role Description:
Are you an eager student who happens to love consuming content, being updated on the latest trends and is well-versed in the social media landscape? We’re looking for a savvy digital creative that is ready to support the Loverly marketing team with editorial content, social media and real wedding submissions. This intern will work with the Loverly team to oversee the real wedding submissions process and upload, collaborate with our social team for inspirational wedding content, and support the editorial team. 
The right candidate will have a passion for content and be experienced in writing, editing and SEO.  They will also have a key eye for wedding inspiration, design and bridal fashion and assist in curating top-level wedding photography images for the Real Weddings spotlight on the Loverly site. This position will also support our Social Media team with curation, content engagement and new vendor relations. 
It is crucial that our candidates are organized, able to multitask, and can manage their projects and deadlines independently while being nimble and flexible in all scenarios. The digital world is a fast-moving one! So you’ll need to be prepared to support the Loverly team and always have an understanding of the brand voice and aesthetic.
Responsibilities:
  • Support the team with curation of wedding inspiration, real wedding photography and new social media content
  • Manage and oversee the real wedding submission vetting and upload process 
  • Engage with Loverly social media accounts and build new vendor relations
  • Gain experience in editorial content writing, SEO and support with the content management 
  • Assisting the Loverly team on all ongoing editorial tasks, projects, and as-needed to-dos
What We’re Looking For: 
  • Strong eye for wedding inspiration content, images, and editorial direction
  • Top-notch editing and writing skills with a solid attention to detail
  • Basic knowledge of SEO best practices and writing principles
  • Experience in social media is a plus
  • Experience in wedding-adjacent industries is another plus
  • Organization, attention to detail, and the ability to manage metrics-tracking tasks
  • Promptness and effective calendar management
  • Enthusiasm for being a part of a collaborative, creative, and results-driven organization
Please Include:
  • Your up-to-date resume
  • A cover letter that speaks to your interest in this position, your qualifications, and most importantly your personality and passions. Your cover letter is your chance to show us how you’d fit with our team, not just to list of your accomplishments. We’re sure you’ve accomplished some very impressive things in your career thus far, but we can read your resume for those.
  • **Applications without a cover letter will not be considered**
  • A link to creative portfolio if applicable 
Job Details
This internship is a great opportunity to learn more about the latest in wedding planning innovation while building your career portfolio. All applicants should be passionate about 
Interns will receive a stipend or school credit. All applicants MUST be enrolled in college or an accredited school to be considered.
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About Loverly
Loverly is the fastest growing and trusted digital destination for modern couples planning their wedding.  Our inclusive, innovative, and integrated content spans across key wedding planning categories and lifestyle topics that are relevant and important to today’s nearlyweds. 
We engage our audience with the information and resources they need, when they need it, so they can easily and enjoyably plan their wedding.  As an industry leader focused on digital innovation, we provide our audience with real wedding inspiration, expert wedding planning advice, and free wedding planning tools including a personalized wedding planning checklist, wedding guest list manager, and vision boards. 
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