Marketing & Communications Intern
Music of Reality is accepting applications for the position of Communications & Marketing Intern. We are a Boston-based concert series that combines music and science live performance, and are looking for a driven and creative individual to assist with sharing our events through a growing number of avenues. This position has flexibility and opportunity for your ideas to be heard, as we are looking for new ways to share our project and grow our following. Learn about our mission at www.musicofreality.com
Your responsibilities will be managing our Facebook and Instagram accounts, distributing promotional materials including press kits and posters, and pursuing new avenues for promoting our events with external organizations and social groups.
Although this is an unpaid internship, we do provide a stipend of $100 for each concert. We are a non-profit organization through Fractured Atlas, and ideally the candidate will be receiving academic credit for this role. We will work to provide you with a full account and recommendation letter based on your time with the series. The internship will run for the Fall Semester of 2018.
The internship is open to qualified applicants who are able to begin work in September 2018 or earlier. The hours are very flexible, and we ask that interns are available to work at least 12 hours/week. Applicants who are majoring in arts administration or marketing/communications with a strong interest in the arts are encouraged to apply.
Applicants should be passionate about promoting the arts, be able to work independently, creative and have strong written communication skills. You should be fluent with promotion activities through Facebook and Instagram.
How To Apply:
Interested applicants should submit a resume and cover letter addressed to David Ibbett, Music of Reality Co-Director to firstname.lastname@example.org
August 31, 2018
About this Organization:
Music of Reality is an interdisciplinary concert series that uses music as the primary lens for exploring the work of researchers from a wide range of fields.
We invite practitioners in the Natural and Social Sciences, Arts, and Humanities to share and augment their knowledge as part of an integrated performance with diverse artists and musicians.
We create a space for cross-cultural discovery where scholars and artists come together, converse, collaborate, and inspire new, communal endeavors.