- Company name
- Quantum Identity Group
- Company website
- Year established
- Number of employees
- 2 - 10 employees
- Houston, Texas, United States
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Content Creator VIP (Virtual Internship Program)
4 individual positions availableThe resume of the future will be a published blog, article, or book. Get a head start today. Start developing your subject matter expertise through syndicated content creation before you graduate.We are seeking student-consultants to develop unique, creative, and compelling content on business and self-improvement topics ranging from marketing, branding, and productivity to psychology, organizational behavior, and leadership.Your content will include your name by-lined and be published under our brand.
Social Media VIP (Virtual Internship Program)
We are seeking student-consultant teams to develop sophisticated engagement strategies to harness the full power of social marketing to grow provable market share and build stronger relationships with high value markets.Program BenefitsGain valuable work experience and build your portfolio from the comfort of your own home while taking online courses in social media management and digital marketing.
Marketing Communications VIP (Virtual Internship Program)
We are seeking student-consultant teams to investigate the competitive landscape; perform market segmentation to identify the ideal target market for (new or existing product or service); conduct customer surveys or focus groups to gain insights into the perceptions and behaviors of target customers; develop a pricing strategy; identify expansion opportunities; and identify key messaging for (new product or service).Program BenefitsGain valuable work experience and build your portfolio from the comfort of your own home while taking online courses in social media management and digital marketing.Academic RequirementsAcademic requirements of for-credit internships are set by a student’s high school or college/university and vary by school, degree path, and internship. Students are responsible for coordinating with their counselor or teacher/professor to understand the process for obtaining course credit for an internship and then coordinating with us about the requirements.