On-Campus Marketing Internship with Silicon Valley Startup, Bookrenter.comBookmark This
Internship Type: Virtual
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: Part-time, Paid
DescriptionThis position requires entrepreneurship, business acumen, and hard work. The time commitment is 10 weeks Dec 1st – Feb 15th. Pay is commission-based; and a successful student could make well over $3000. But this role isn’t for everyone.
BookRenter Franchise Managers work autonomously, managing sales & marketing for an online-franchise of BookRenter.com. An 8% commission, with an average order size of $80, means if just 300 students switched to renting textbooks through your store, you would make almost $2000.
We are looking for entrepreneurs who aren’t afraid to speak in front of groups, who have experience organizing campus events, and want to build partnerships with student organizations. This is an opportunity to work with a Silicon Valley startup company on the forefront of education-technology, and get valuable real-world small-business experience that will set you apart when you graduate. This role is about changing the way students learn and making education more affordable. Most importantly, it’s about helping students save money.
At BookRenter we’re dedicated to making education more affordable by allowing students to rent textbooks for up to 80% off the retail price. BookRenter was recently featured in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, and TechCrunch. We currently offer more than 5.5 million titles and serve millions of students on over 5,000 campuses.
ResponsibilitiesCreate and execute marketing plan
Develop partnerships with student organizations, student government, and campus activities board
attend weekly virtual-training calls with Program Manager
campus marketing activities
online marketing activities
RequirementsAbility to sell with confidence
Current College Student
Experience in Sales or Campus Marketing
Student Organizations Leadership Experience preferred
Experience with Student Government, Student Organizations, or Campus Activities Board preferred