Great place to learn about non-profit event marketing
Event Marketing Intern (Former Employee), Providence, RI – April 17, 2013
Calling past participants of the event to inquire about their participation in the event coming up. Calling local companies along the bike route to offer them an advertising opportunity in our guide book. I learned that marketing takes a lot of mailings, emails, and making cold-call to ensure participation and sponsors. Management was great, always – more... willing to help whenever I had questions. Always gave appropriate and accurate direction. Co-workers were great, very friendly and willing to answer all questions. – less
A great non-profit organization full of passionate people who want to spread the word about the harm smoking causes.
Internship (Former Employee), San Diego, CA – March 15, 2013
I was an intern; however, I was seen as a regular employee from the first day which I appreciated. My preceptor was great, and showed me the ropes if you will on how the organization is ran and all that goes into it. I feel very lucky that I was able to be an intern, and appreciate my experience there everyday!
Great benefits and compensation but does have a downfall
Tobacco Control Data Entry Clerk (Current Employee), Honolulu, HI – February 27, 2013
The benefit are GREAT!!!! but the company does not try to relate or build relationships with the community. It compares itself to the mainland but here and there are different. mild paced environment but your coworkers are wonderful.
Most enjoyable part of the job is the people you can help and experience what the state is doing to help its community
Coordinator, Tobacco Cessation (Current Employee), Springfield, IL – January 25, 2013
I love that on any given day I can help people quit smoking....I work with great people who care about advancing the public health mission. The office that I work in has a relaxed environment and the people are really willing to help.