Washington Jewish Film Festival
The Washington Jewish Film Festival is currently seeking 1-2 highly motivated individuals to join our team as interns for at least 1 day (8 hours) per week. This position will assist in multiple aspects of both the year round and festival programs to include, but not limited to, marketing, film tracking, special events, and community outreach. Click here for position description, responsibilities and application information. Our interns will be an important part of the continued success of the WJFF as we enter our 24th festival year.
Gain academic credit as well as concrete experience in non-profit administration, public relations, and project management. Contact: Erica Steen, Director for Morris Cafritz Center for Community Service or call (202) 777-3255
Gain experience in working with a small professional theater staff in marketing, group sales, box office or new play development. Email resume and interest to: Rebecca Ende, Managing Director of Theater J.
Literature and Music Intern
The fall intern will work primarily on the 2013 Jewish Literary Festival (Date TBA), and the spring intern will work on the Washington Jewish Music Festival (May 2-12, 2013). Intern will also assist with year-round literary and music programming. Please refer to our website for information on programming.
Excellent computer and communication skills a must. Arts/literary experience a plus. Candidates of all backgrounds are welcome to apply. Please email a cover letter and resumé to Alena Kranzberg at email@example.com. No phone calls please.