AL/DD is offering: Part-time Intern Positions available for Development and Marketing & Videographer/Media Production.
All applicants for both positions should be available to commit for a minimum of 3 months, and preferably 12 hours per week negotiable.
Internships can range from 3-12 month commitments, initially unpaid, with the opportunity to grow into a paid position.
All interns will receive free attendance to all AL/DD performances, as well as attendance to select classes and workshops. AL/DD will also provide well needed references, essential to applicants pursuing a career in the arts.
Please send cover letter, one-page writing sample (Development/Marketing interns only) along with a resume to email@example.com
The cover letter must be no longer than 1 page and must explain your interest, qualifications, goals and expectations for the internship.
Applications due: September 15, 2015.
DEVELOPMENT AND MARKETING INTERN
AL/DD offers internship opportunities focusing on arts administration, development, media and marketing. The intern will gain experience in operations, marketing, public relations and social media marketing strategies within an emerging and very active community based professional dance company. The development and marketing intern must have excellent oral and written communications skills, be proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and able to manage multiple tasks and deadlines
Duties will include assisting with:
• Marketing campaignsProduction of seasonal events
• Grant research and application process
• Strategic database management
VIDEOGRAPHER / MEDIA PRODUCTION INTERN
AL/DD is seeking a videographer and media production intern who appreciates dance who must be proficient in editing time-based media (Final Cut preferred), for video production of performances, demo reels and events.
Other duties include:
• Archiving and editing past videos
• Editing and producing the final marketing video for the 2015 Season of AL/DD. The production of this material is essential for marketing, and for securing grants and private funding for the company.
As a Developing and Marketing Intern, working with Anabella Lenzu and her company has allowed me to see the dance world intimately, as well as how Mrs. Lenzu works as a professional artist. If you are dedicated, want to know more about the dance community, and want to explore who you are as creative artist, I recommend that you reach out to her and work with her! You will learn A LOT. 🙂 (Misaki Kawachi)