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Posted: January 25 2016
Company Location: Greece, NY
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 2 Part-time, Unpaid
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DescriptionMeta-Lands is an international art project. Our goal is to unite artists and art-lovers both locally and internationally. We also want to promote districts with an active cultural community and create networks of local artists in cities everywhere.
The Meta-Land Internship Program welcomes students and recent graduates who wish to broaden their education and professional experience by working and learning in a start up company. We offer experiential education in a challenging, hands-on environment and you get to learn about promoting an international project.
In our Internship Program, students will have a chance to work with PR on both an international and local level. We offer many diverse and interesting tasks in addition to a chance to start building a network of media contacts.
ResponsibilitiesOur interns will help create and pitch media stories for exhibitions, educational programs, special events and offer advice on promoting the project. They will also assist with program-related research, handle inquiries and visits from the media, maintain the news clip system, and manage listings distributions for all public programs. Candidates must have strong PR, organizational, and written and oral communication skills. Interns work both independently and in close association in a fast-paced, creative environment. Responsibilities and tasks vary daily for new projects. Journalism and PR students are encouraged to apply.
RequirementsApplication materials include: application, cover letter and resume. If applicable, include your school’s requirements for credit with your application. The Curatorial, Editorial, and Fundraising and Membership departments require 1–2 pages writing samples with applications.
SkillsRequired - English language skills, PR, Oral & Written Communication Skills
Preferred - Art, Organisational Skills