Marketing Internship at RBD Ventures
RBD Ventures is a residential redevelopment company based in La Mesa. The company specializes in buying, renovating then selling homes in the Greater San Diego area. RBD Ventures was founded in 2009, and since its inception, the company has flipped over 100 homes. The marketing department has an opening for a motivated marketing intern who wants to grow their skill set by acquiring new experience.
Intern will assist marketing staff in executing its marketing strategy which includes branding, advertising, social media, direct marketing and event promotion. Intern will receive training and guidance but should already have some general marketing competencies and experience.
-Attention to detail above all else
-Has experience with social media
-Very strong organizational skills
-Has strong written skills
-Has a problem solving mindset and enjoys it
-Ability to work with a team in a system
-Flexible, easy going and positive attitude
-Receives course credit
-Has an interest in real estate
To apply for this internship, please fill out the application HERE.
The Department of Labor has articulated six criteria to determine whether an “intern” or “trainee” is exempt from the Fair Labor Standard Act’s minimum wage coverage. In order to qualify as an unpaid internship, all six factors must be satisfied under state and federal law. The six criteria are as follows:
1. The training, even though it includes actual operation of the employer’s facilities, is similar to that which would be given in a vocational school.
2. The training is for the benefit of the trainees or students.
3. The trainees or students do not displace regular employees, but work under their close observation.
4. The employer derives no immediate advantage from the activities of the trainees or students, and, on occasion, the employer’s operations actually may be impeded.
5. The trainees or students are not necessarily entitled to a job at the conclusion of the training period.
6. The employer and the trainees or students understand that the latter are not entitled to wages for the time spent in training.