Summer 2018 Application Deadline: April 1 The earlier you submit your application the better
This internship will be for the 2018 Science Media Awards & Summit, the last week of September in Boston, MA The ideal candidate has an interest or experience in one or more of the following: documentary filmmaking, environmental conservation, nonprofit organization operations, marketing/communications, event planning, administration assistance and graphic design. Self-motivated individuals that work well in chaotic environments with a Graphic Design, Communications, Journalism or Film background are strongly encouraged to apply.
Grow personally and professionally through project specific opportunities, including:
Graphic design work with Photoshop, Indesign or other Adobe Software
Organize screenings, Film Competition judging and Festival events
Manage Film Competition submissions
Oversee summer school programs
Microsoft office expertise
Edit and upload simple podcasts and short film clips for site
Event planning & organization
Administrative development typical of a nonprofit office.
Managing social networking sites (Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, Pinterest, Wordpress)
2018 Summer Internship Application Process:
The summer application deadline is April 1, 2018. The earlier the application materials are submitted the better. All materials should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Once a complete application has been received, the Festival will contact each applicant to set up a Skype interview.
• Resume which includes personal, academic and volunteer experience • Letter of intent (including dates available & areas of interest) • Two letters of recommendation (These do not need to be sent directly to Christie from your reference. You can include them in your email).
Upon completion of these materials, we will arrange an interview via Skype or, if possible, in our office.
• The minimum length for an internship is 3 months, but students may—and are encouraged—to intern up to 6 months for a more comprehensive experience and increased opportunities. All interns commit to working at least four days per week. Those who cannot meet this minimum are encouraged to volunteer as an alternative.
• Jackson Hole WILD interns receive a modest stipend and may receive school credit for their work. All interns are responsible for their own transportation and lodging.
• After a successful intern evaluation, an intern will receive a letter of recommendation. If an internship extends through the 2018 Summit, the intern will have the opportunity to work during & participate in the event. Lodging and some meals are provided during the week of the Summit.
For further details about internship opportunities or to email a completed application, email email@example.com