JOB POSTINGS /
Applications for internships are accepted on a rolling basis and must be received by the following deadlines:
April 1 for all summer internships
August 1 for fall internships
December 1 for all spring internships
We are also always seeking qualified volunteers, so if you have any interest in helping out, please send your resume and cover letter to Sarah Benvenuti at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Artistic Intern works directly with the Artistic Director on current and upcoming projects. Responsibilities include assisting the Artistic Director in preparation for upcoming productions, organizing interview databases, acting as a liaison between the AD and other artists working with the company, helping to organize readings and workshops, maintaining artistic databases, general office support and providing support for the Artistic Staff and Literary Associate as needed.
The intern must be extremely detail oriented, have a great deal of initiative, and be an independent worker. Position requires a minimum of 20 hours per week and a 3-6 month commitment. School credit is available.
To apply, please send a cover letter and current resume to email@example.com.
ARTS MANAGEMENT INTERN
The Arts Management Intern will work with the Managing Director on day-to-day management and administration. Duties will include: assisting with grant proposals and individual giving, benefit planning, maintaining the website and mailing lists, general office administration, marketing, PR and event coordination.
As a small organization, there will also be lots of overlap with the artistic side of the company, including assisting with project planning and interview organization. We are seeking a candidate who works well independently, with exceptional attention to detail and outstanding communications and organizational skills. This candidate should have a passion for the arts and be interested in learning about all facets of Arts Management administration. A commitment of 15-20 hours is preferred. School credit is available.
To apply, please send a cover letter and current resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.
COMMUNICATIONS AND DEVELOPMENT INTERN
The Communications and Development Intern will work with the Director of Development and Communications & Development Manager on a day-to-day basis in development and administration. We are seeking a candidate who works well independently, with exceptional attention to detail and outstanding communications and organizational skills. This candidate should have a passion for the arts and be interested in learning about all facets of arts management and development. Experience with Photoshop and video editing preferred. A commitment of 20 hours per week is preferred. School credit is available.
The spring semester is particularly focused on The Civiliansí annual benefit, which occurs in late April for around 250 guests and features a silent auction. Duties for our spring intern will include: finding items, writing copy, and creating bid sheets for the Silent Auction; assisting the development team in soliciting sponsorships; coordinating pick up and drop off of donated items; and other event planning responsibilities. Additional tasks will include creating content for social media initiatives and blogs; general office administration; and video or photo editing as needed.
To apply, please send a cover letter and current resume to Kelvin@thecivilians.org.