INTERNSHIP OVERVIEWThe Lobeck Taylor Family Foundation is seeking a group of self-directed, motivated and engaged interns to join their team for the summer of 2019. Interns will work on value-add projects directly related to LTFF's work in supporting entrepreneurship and economic opportunity in the Tulsa community. Interns will be assigned to one of the following teams:
KITCHEN 66The Kitchen 66 intern will support the mobile program by sourcing community events for Kitchen 66 company sales opportunities and coordinating with the companies to increase success at the events. The intern will also support the alumni and community engagement initiatives of the program by developing a mentor network, supporting the strategy for maximizing bookable hours in the kitchen and creating a system for member connectivity and community.
MOTHER ROAD MARKETSUSTAINABILITY - One Mother Road Market intern will assess current sustainability at the Market and develop an overview of the current practices. The overview will outline the positive social, environmental and business impacts the sustainability practices create. This overview will be shared at a Mother Road Market sustainability event that the intern will plan and execute. The intern will also create a strategic plan that the General Manager can implement to improve sustainability at Mother Road Market.EDUCATION - One Mother Road Market intern will work on children's programming and initiatives to make Mother Road Market a more vibrant community space for children and families. The work would include creating and implementing entertaining and educational activities, crafts, and events; developing a children's ambassador program and a scavenger hunt; and conducting weekly story times.
LTFF MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONSThe Communications & Marketing intern will support the communications team in creating and implementing engaging ways to tell the story of LTFF and its programs using avenues like social media, event planning, earned media, advertising and more.
The internship experience will also include regular professional development and networking events with other Tulsa organizations. At the end of the summer, all interns will prepare and present on their summer projects, key takeaways and recommendations for process improvement. Candidates with an interest in one or more of the following areas are encouraged: entrepreneurship, marketing and communications, sustainability, early childhood education and community development.
The internship program is ten-weeks in length, May 28 through August 2, 2019. Interns should expect to work 30 to 40 hours per week, with occasional hours required on nights and weekends. All positions are located in Tulsa, OK and compensated at $10/hour.
Applications are due April 3, 2019