Small Cambridge, MA non-profit seeks part-time marketing coordinator who is passionate about languages and cultural exchange.
Promotion of Language Clubs, Overseas Internship Programs, and Homestay Programs
•Promote programs and special events online and via community outreach.
•Help recruit volunteers, interns, and host families.
•Create marketing materials as needed.
•Track and report on effectiveness of marketing initiatives.
•A minimum of three years marketing or outreach experience with a non-profit organization.
•Cross-cultural experience and interest in languages.
•Valid driver’s license and access to a car.
•COVID vaccine status: “fully vaccinated” and “up to date” according to CDC definitions, including for remote candidates. Candidates will be required to show proof of vaccination upon commencing employment.
Salary & Benefits:
•$18-25 per hour, commensurate with experience.
•Language club membership and audio materials
Resume and cover letter to email@example.com.
No phone calls.
Info from: https://www.lexlrf.org/careers.html
Updated: May 2
The Consulate General of Japan in Boston is looking for a Webpage Management and Public Relations staff member to support its Cultural Affairs Department.
In this role, you will update and maintain the Consulate’s website, manage content for all of our social media channels including Facebook and Twitter, and take photographs of events, meetings and interviews. As a member of the Cultural Affairs Department, you will also assist with administrative work, public relations, and event facilitation. The ideal candidate should be adaptable, creative, and knowledgeable about website management and social media.
This is a part-time, contracted position in our Boston office until the end of March 2024, with a one month probation period, with the possibility for yearly renewal. To apply, please submit your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Update and maintain the Consulate’s website.
Create, curate, and manage content for all Consulate social media accounts (Facebook and Twitter).
Occasional drafting and proofreading of documents.
Submit detailed progress reports about social media.
Assist the Cultural Affairs Department with administrative work and event facilitation.
Take and edit high-quality photographs of events, meetings, interviews (both onsite and offsite) for the Consulate and Consul General, to be used for our website, social media, and press releases.
Open to working occasional evening and weekend hours.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail
Experience using social media platforms (Facebook and Twitter)
Speaks English at an idiomatic level; Japanese language skills preferred but not required
Solid understanding of and interest in Japanese culture
Must be a U.S. citizen or permanent resident
The number of in-person work days per week and number of daily work hours can be negotiated.
The new hire will be expected to work in the office for a minimum of 3 days per week (3 hours/day for a total of 9 hours weekly) and will have the option of working up to a maximum of 5 days per week (7 hours/day for a total of 35 hours weekly)
Original listing: https://www.boston.us.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_en/11_000001_00346.html How to Apply:
Please email a cover letter and your resume to email@example.com.
No phone calls please.
Film Screening: Mother’s Way, Daughter’s Choice
Showa Boston invites any interested JET alumni or friend of JET to attend its public screening of the film “Mother’s Way, Daughter’s Choice.”
A Q&A session with the film’s director, Ms. Kyoka Gasha, will follow.
“I love my mother, but I just don’t want to be like her.”
Why would successful women from the world’s second largest economic power choose to start their lives over in New York City? The documentary “Mothers’ Way, Daughters’ Choice” explores how several Japanese women struggle to reconcile their traditional upbringing and their desire to create unique lives. To understand these struggles, the director, Kyoko Gasha, shows the deep, powerful influences of Japanese culture on her own life.Kyoko also uncovers stories of other Japanese women in New York City, weaving parallel tales of guilt, denial, sacrifice and joy. This is a story of cultures clashing on a personal level.
Showa Boston offers free on-campus parking, as well as a free shuttle from Reservoir station (Green Line, D-Branch) at 4:50pm and 5:50pm.
To inquire about dinner options, please contact Alex Reavill at firstname.lastname@example.org.