For students with a passion for entrepreneurship, we have an exciting paid internship opportunity for you. TriTech is in need of a bright, hardworking, and reliable student for the position of TriTech Business Associate. This position may lead to a full-time position as the TriTech Business Development Administrative Specialist position sometime in the next year or two. Depending upon qualifications and experience the part time Business Associate position will pay between $10.50 and $18 per hour.
DEPARTMENT/LOCATION: TriTech Small Business Development Center
BASIC FUNCTIONS: Under the direct supervision of the TriTech Small Business Development Center Director and Assistant Director, the Business Associate will provide general assistance in support of small business firms and provide general office services.
- Assist with general office administrative duties.
- Prepare press releases and quarterly newsletter articles about TriTech services.
- Coordinate and market TriTech business workshops and events. This includes the annual funding forum Funding the BIG Idea.
- Provide information to CEO’s and entrepreneurs of small businesses regarding program services, and availability of resources to assist their businesses.
- Maintain all business, client, and training records
- Assist with creating program materials and marketing collateral
- Provide Social Media marketing activities using LinkedIn, Facebook, Google Plus and Twitter
- Participate in TriTech SBDC activities events and staff meetings as needed
- Other duties as assigned by TriTech staff.
EDUCATION: Student that is working towards a degree in Business Administration or Masters in Business Administration
EXPERIENCE: One year of responsible work related to business.
HOURS / DAYS: 25 hours per week during business hours of 8 to 5 Monday thru Friday. The work location and assignment within the job classification will be at the RCCD Office of Economic Development in Corona (near the Norco Campus)
OTHER: Candidate must demonstrate clear evidence of sensitivity to and understanding of the diverse academic, socioeconomic, cultural, disability, and ethnic backgrounds of community college students, staff, and the community.