Intern with the Festival
This is a great opportunity to get involved in a major citywide event. Internship is unpaid, but it may be applied towards school credit if arranged with department.
Internship positions are available in the following departments:
- Programming: identifying films of interest, soliciting film submissions, communicating with filmmakers, watching and critiquing submissions
- Non-Profit Management: Research prospective grant, corporate philanthropy, individual cultivation and other growth opportunities; assist in planning fundraising strategy/activities and grant application writing/tracking
- Marketing and PR: assist in creation and management of Festival communications and materials, help develop long-term marketing and advertising strategy, maintain Festival social media channels, initial research and outreach for Festival sponsorship
Our internship cycle runs concurrent with the typical university calendar, taking place over the fall, spring, and summer semesters. We are currently accepting applications for Fall internships.