Jobs At LA><ART
LA><ART INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
LA><ART is committed to the professional development of interns. As such, we ask that interns commit to a predetermined start and end to the internship period, usually organized around the academic calendar. Interns are required to work at least two full days per week during office hours (11am - 6pm, Tues - Sat).
LA><ART is looking for the following internships for Spring of 2013:
The Development/Membership intern works closely with the Assistant Director and Curator of Public Art and Programming and the Development Associate to maintain memberships, individual donor files and create fundraising projects for the organization. Tasks include helping to maintain the membership database, formatting correspondence to prospective donors, managing membership renewals, writing and editing letters, and coordinating the design and production of membership materials. Current projects include helping to redefine the committee structures within the donor groups. Additionally, the intern will help conduct research, update the grant calendar, organize grant files, and assemble support materials for grant applications on a deadline. Skills needed for this position include good writing skills, attention to detail and organizational ability to complete projects independently, desire to make connections in the community and a proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel and FileMaker Pro. Must feel comfortable communicating directly with members and the general public.
The marketing/communications intern would aid the Exihibitons Coordinator in developing press relations, outreach and audience development. Currently, LA><ART is undergoing a project of archiving all recent and past press into one accessible database, and moving forward with a new press plan. Responsibilities would include writing and editing copy for published materials (press releases, announcements, postcards, etc.), maintaining press contact information, creating press kits, and compiling press clips. The intern will also prepare appropriate images for publicity, press contacts and outreach materials. Additionally, the intern would help develop the on-line presence of LA><ART, and update the website, Facebook page, and Twitter feed. Skills needed for this position are a proficiency in writing, attention to detail, eagerness in making connections in the community, well-organized, with a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel. Website and design background would be a plus.
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