Fields: arts, design, civic engagement, communications, social change
Location: Boston, Remote
About the Organization: Our mission since 2015 has been to serve artists and the city of Boston by curating impactful public art projects that create wonder and spark change. We want to see a future in which Boston is alive with contemporary works and infused with the belief that public art is essential to the city’s cultural fabric and identity. We are on a mission to build a public art city.
About the Position: Our growing team is looking to bring on a part-time Social Media & Digital Engagement Intern. Job mission: Create meaningful support for Boston’s public art ecosystem by helping maintain digital communications channels and aiding in the creation of engaging content for the web and social media. You will work with a dedicated Digital Strategy Manager and the organization’s administrative team to help produce an active social media presence, monthly e-newsletters, a robust blogging schedule, and support digital engagement campaigns that promote our current projects. This internship provides professional development in social media strategy, copy writing, content development, and communications best practices. The time commitment will be approximately 5 to 7 hours per week, ideally mid-February to mid-June, with the possibility of extending through September. This position offers flexible working hours and locations but does require use of your own personal computer and/or mobile phone.
Special Requirements/Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have strong copy writing skills, a creative eye, and a keen interest in everything social media. Must be fluent in English, be proficient with Google Apps and Microsoft Office, and have good working knowledge of at least 4 of the following: Instagram, Twitter, Facebook Pages, Mailchimp, SquareSpace, Canva, and Hootsuite. Graphic design experience a plus.
Estimated Salary: $300 monthly stipend for 5-7 hours weekly. Approx. $11-$15 hourly.
Deadline: February 5, 2019
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