• WNET
  • New York , NY
  • Nonprofit
  • Full-Time
  • 172 W 104th St


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Job Description

The Department:

WNET in Manhattan is looking for a high-performing, self-motivated, creative intern to support efforts to create buzz and build community around ALL ARTS; a new multimedia arts initiative at WNET. The successful candidate will have prior experience conducting social media influencer research and outreach and be a very strong writer. This internship will also include live event coordination and will require that the candidate have excellent interpersonal and communication skills.

Description of Duties:

Student will be asked to assist in influencer and community partner research, drafting marketing and event invitation/outreach copy and will be asked to occasionally attend community engagement events to join staff and volunteers in do in-person outreach at music and theater festivals.

Student's Accountability:

The student will be expected to conduct thoughtful research and draft clear marketing and engagement communications related to content and events being promoted by the ALL ARTS Community/Audience Engagement team.

Skills:

The ideal candidate will have prior communications or live event internship experience and be a second-semester junior or senior in college with a demonstrated interested in non-profit arts engagement, public relations or digital marketing. The ideal candidate should be a people person with clear and effective communication skills.

Successful candidates will have a portfolio of short and long-form writing samples, including sample blog posts, social media posts, student newspaper articles, and/or press releases. Candidates should have an interest in live event production, influencer engagement and digital marketing.Love of the arts and public media is a plus.

Opportunity Profile:

This is an unpaid, semester-long internship that will translate to valuable, marketable experience driving results for WNETs new multimedia platform ALL ARTS. The position requires a 20-hour commitment per week, with flexible scheduling as needed. Paid fellowship opportunities are available through WNETs Reginald F. Lewis Fellowship and Tiger Baron Minority Fellowship Program.

Please upload your resume, proof of enrollment and cover letter to your application in the My Experience section under Resume/CV.

Instructions for files:

  • Resume or CV

  • Cover Letter describing your interest in this particular department/internship position

  • Proof of Enrollment (must be current for semester of the internship) can be in any of the following formats:

    Current Enrollment Verification Certificate from the National Student Clearinghouse

    Transcript

    Course schedule for upcoming semester


  • Associated topics: account executive, advertising, design, marketing, media, public relations, public relations manager, relationship, reputation, sales marketing

    * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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