BRAIN Arts Organization

1486 Dorchester Ave
Boston, MA 02122

Date Posted:
August 05, 2018

Eastern Massachusetts

Public Relations/Marketing


Marketing Fall Internship


BRAIN Arts is looking for a highly motivated student to provide support to the PROD, our marketing and communications team. Ideally our intern will have an interest in the local Boston art and music scene and DIY culture, and is eager to learn more about social media and digital communications in a non-profit arts context.

1. Check that every bolded event in the booking doc has a Facebook event page and a site listing. This could be a weekly task.

  • a. Ensure that each listing has a flyer, artist handles and blurb. If there is none available, bug the booking intern.
  • b. Find bios for each band

2. Assist Kat with scheduling posts in the Google Calendar

  • a. Send a weekly email with each event and how many people are “going” or “interested” on Facebook.
  • b. In the same email, detail how many times we are scheduled to post about an event.
  • c. Research best times to post about events on each social media platform.

3. Assist with creating Instagram, Facebook, and possibly Snapchat stories of upcoming events.

  • a. Get creative with stories! Find new ways to promote events other than just posting flyers.
  • b. Work with Kat and Chris Hughes to get web content on social media through stories and posting in events.

4.  Post related content into our Facebook Events.

5. Post our events into select Facebook Groups.

  • Has strong communication skills (email/google doc access a must)
  • Possesses the tenacity to keep up with the workload
  • Has an interest in social media and digital communications
  • Has a flexible schedule and can work evenings and weekends
  • Is proficient in Google Apps (Docs, Sheets, Forms, etc.)
How To Apply:
Please send resume and cover letter to No phone calls or on-site visits please.
Apply by:
September 09, 2018
About this Organization:
Foster an innovative, compelling, and interconnected music, art, and film community in the greater Boston area through grassroots and inclusive participatory culture. The non-profit, completely volunteer run BRAIN Arts Organization is made up of three main components: the Boston Hassle website, the Boston Compass newspaper, and Boston Hassle Shows .