Social Media and Marketing Intern
Title: Social Media and Internet Marketing Internship
Art House seeks a Social Media (SM) intern to help market Art House programs and events through Facebook, YouTube, Constant Contact, and other sources determined by Art House staff. Interns will be responsible for maintaining current sites and possibly establishing new ones. SM intern must be interested in marketing, the visual arts and community outreach. SM intern must have excellent written, verbal and inter-office communication skills, and experience with still and video cameras. The intern will work primarily on a computer, but must be comfortable calling partner organizations and working in an art studio. Art House has a small, dedicated staff and everyone is a team player. Interns may be asked to perform administrative or studio maintenance duties if needed. Applicants with a fine arts, marketing or media background preferred.
Responsibilities: This position is responsible for increasing our public awareness, driving internet traffic, and promoting Art House in a positive fashion:
- Establish a stronger social media presence while maintaining and updating current social media sites
- Maintain and update current website
- Create awareness for upcoming events in the studio
- Create and implement publicity efforts to reach specific target audiences
- Cold calling partner organizations to build and maintain successful business relationships
- Interested in marketing, the visual arts, and community outreach
- Excellent written, verbal, and inter-office communication skills
- Computer savvy
- Knowledge of Social Media
- Fine arts, marketing or media background preferred
Please send letter of interest and resume to Stephanie Kluk, StudioGo & Community Enrichment Manager at email@example.com. No phone calls please.
Education Intern Position
Art House seeks an Education Intern to assist with Art House programs including Urban Bright arts-in-education residencies, Family Open Studio workshops, and events both on- and off-site, plus any additional programs as designated by Art house administrative staff. Interns will be responsible for creating a system for tabulating and tracking Urban Bright evaluation materials, maintaining the studio space, helping with program documentation, and keeping files organized in digital and hard copy formats. The ideal Education Intern is interested in education for children and adults, visual arts, and community outreach. The Intern must have excellent written, verbal and inter-office communication skills, and experience working with a non-profit organization or groups of children or adults is desired but not mandatory. The Intern will work primarily on a computer, but must be comfortable calling partner organizations and working in an art studio or classroom. Art House has a small, dedicated staff and everyone is a team player. Interns may be asked to perform administrative or maintenance duties if needed. Applicants with an education, fine arts, or non-profit background preferred. The position offers a flexible schedule, access to the Art House studio, equipment, and classes in lieu of monetary compensation.
This position is part-time.
Please send letter of interest and resume to Meri Ruble, Education Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No phone calls please.