Internship Opportunity: 651 ARTS
The School of Media Studies is looking to fill a vacancy for a Digital Content and Marketing Intern, at 651 ARTS, one of the leading cultural presenters in New York City, and one of our nation’s few performing arts presenters with a dedicated mission of supporting contemporary black performing arts.
The Digital Content and Marketing Intern who will assist 651 ARTS in management of its online channels, creation of promotional materials and digital content for web and social media to raise awareness of 651.
The perfect candidate will possess the technical know-how of digital platform management and also understand the basic principles of marketing and branding. This is an excellent opportunity for student seeking to build a digital marketing portfolio. Student must be able to work at least 25 hours/month.
This is an unpaid internship. Academic credit is available.
Interested students should submit the following:
- Cover letter and resume
- A minimum of four writing samples and image samples that demonstrate the applicant’s ability to create compelling content for online platforms. Please include at least one blog post, as well as written examples of Tweets, posts for Facebook and Instagram
Send all in a PDF packet to firstname.lastname@example.org. Subject line: Digital Content and Marketing Internship
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