Intern with BEAT Festival
BEAT Festival looking for two Summer 2015 interns to help with the production and marketing of this year’s festival. BEAT promises hands-on experience, the chance to learn and develop skills with a professional team, and a lot of fun. Interns will also receive a stipend.
Interested? Email your resume and a bit about your interest in the position to Kelcie Beene, BEAT Festival Producer, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The right individual will be outgoing with good problem-solving skills, able to adapt to an ever-changing work environment, and eager to learn. They will work on a variety of projects in various mediums in the early stages of production, including but not limited to: working with artists, contracts, content delivery, and print material coordination, and assisting in volunteer coordination and outreach. They will work in conjunction with BEAT’s Festival Producer, Executive Director, Marketing Manager, and Brooklyn artists and venues.
Production experience is preferred but not required. A driver’s license is preferred but not mandatory. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Google Docs, and some social media is a must.
The right individual will be outgoing with good problem-solving skills, able to adapt to an ever-changing work environment, and eager to learn. They will work with the Marketing manager on a variety of projects in various mediums, in the early stages of production, including but not limited to: communicating with artists to generate content for marketing campaigns, social media content delivery, and print material coordination. They will work in conjunction with BEAT’s Festival Producer, Executive Director, Marketing Manager, and Brooklyn artists and venues.
Some marketing experience is preferred. An understanding of all social media platforms, Microsoft Office, and Google Docs is a must. Some knowledge of social media and website analytics would come in handy.
Propulsion, a maker of Mobile and Web apps is looking for two interns to assist with Research and Marketing. The internship is open to the following Area of Studies (Majors): Information Systems, Marketing, Computer Science, Business Administration, and Management.
- Unpaid credit bearing internship
- 15 week commitment (this is flexible)
- 16 hours per week (2 days) commitment
- Skills need: ability to perform research and marketing
- Helpful background: Marketing, some familiarity with coding but not required.
- Knowledge that will be gained: Project Management, Product Management, and learning what it takes to build a start-up company
Interested students should send cover letter and resume directly to Dustin Williams at email@example.com He can also be reached by phone at 718-989-1550.