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Marketing and Leadership Intern (For current college students)

Company: Next Door Worldwide
Location: Northridge
Posted on: November 26, 2022

Job Description:

This is a paid internship that consists of 1/3 shadowing, 1/3 classroom training, and 1/3 in-field training. Interns will get trained on the solar and renewable industry, managing client relationships, generating new business, and leadership. At the end of the 8-week internship, interns will receive a performance review with their mentor and the CEO. Top interns will be offered entry into our leadership management program, or a part-time role that works around their school schedule. The paid internship takes place from late May to Aug.

Responsibilities:

Learn company mission, values and sales process

Learn about the available solar and energy efficiency rebate programs

Shadow mentor in the field to understand customer process-flow

Work with teammates to execute marketing plan that effectively communicates to potential customers what solar and energy efficiency programs are available

Demonstrate leadership abilities

Convert prospects into consultations -for your mentor

Next Door does not believe typical college courses are effective in developing leadership skills so candidates must have demonstrated the following:

Leadership ability OUTSIDE the classroom or through non-traditional classes

Previous work experience that involved communicating effectively to clients/potential clients

Demonstrated ability to have a growth mindset

Desire to do work that makes a positive impact

Positive attitude

Integrity

Keywords: Next Door Worldwide, Los Angeles , Marketing and Leadership Intern (For current college students), Advertising , Northridge, California

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