19 Clarendon Street
Boston, MA 02116
Date Posted: January 31, 2019
Region: Eastern Massachusetts
Category: Public Relations/Marketing
Boston Ballet is seeking a student majoring in Public Relations,
Marketing, or Communications who is a self-motivated, eager, and detail
oriented worker with the ability to multi-task in a professional environment.
Interns will work under the supervision of the
public relations staff on a variety of activities including but not limited to:
Assisting with social media content creation
Media relations research
Assist with press kit creation and organization
Assist with social media metrics and reporting
Assist public relations staff with the press table
on opening night performances
Assist with the organization of photography and
Assist with press files
Other projects as assigned
Currently or recently enrolled in an undergraduate
or graduate program
Able to commit to 8-15 hours per week with some
evening work required
organization skills and attention to detail
Independent and self motivated
Proficiency in general office software programs
including Excel, Word, and Internet search tools.
Knowledge of relevant social media tools and platforms
including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, Instagram, Tumblr, Google+, WordPress,
level writing skills
Enthusiasm, flexibility, a high level of
professionalism, creativity, humor, and a love for the arts –particularly
Boston Ballet is
an equal employment opportunity employer.
internships are unpaid. Boston Ballet internships are for credit (preferred) or
on a volunteer basis.
To apply for this position,
please send a resume and cover letter firstname.lastname@example.org.
IMPORTANT – PLEASE INCLUDE THE NAME OF THE INTERNSHIP FOR WHICH YOU ARE
APPLYING IN THE SUBJECT LINE OF YOUR E-MAIL. No phone calls please.
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