Woodstock Film Festival Seeks Interns

The Woodstock Film Festival is currently searching for interns in ALL departments, including but not limited to Operations, Press, Public Relations, and Administrative. General experience includes database management, film entry screening evaluations, fundraising, public relations, press, community outreach, event planning, equipment optimizing/organization, and more. Of course, the internship will be custom tailored depending on the intern’s individual experience and skills. Interns will have many opportunities to meet and network with well-connected and promising industry members while enjoying responsibility in a fast-paced and team-based environment.

Google Drive, Social media, and Squarespace experience are preferred but not required. Eagerness to work in a fast-paced and fun environment and willingness to try new things required. Experience with professional phone and email correspondence is a plus.

Questions? Email info@woodstockfilmfestival.org

**PLEASE NOTE this is not a film production job, but many of our interns have gone on to get internships and jobs in production because of the connections and expertise that they acquired at the Woodstock Film Festival.

Ideal internship experiences are between 120-200 all-time hours. During this time, scheduled hours will be a hybrid model: partly at the festival’s year-round office in Woodstock and remotely if needed. Also, on-site for special events.

The Woodstock Film Festival is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion and strongly encourages women, persons of color, and members of the LGBTQ+ community to apply.

What to do Once You’ve Been Approved for Internship Eligibility!

Once you’ve been certified eligible to intern you must find an internship. When you do this there are a few steps you have to take. First, when you are approved you will be sent a congrats email, READ IT AND SAVE IT!!! The congrats email has all the steps and resources you need to find and secure an internship.  Here are a few resources for where to go from here.

Now you have all the resources you need to find, register, and secure an internship. Remember, you don’t need to secure an internship until the first day of the semester you are interning, so don’t panic! If you still have questions AFTER reading this blog and checking your congrats email you can ask Nancy Heiz, the internship coordinator, for help!

If you’re not certified yet, read this!

NOTE: Anything that says HawkHire is now Handshake!!!!!

D&H Canal Historical Society Seeking Events and Marketing Intern for Spring ’22

The D&H Canal Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history of the D&H Canal through a museum, educational programs, archives, and Five Locks Walk, a National Historic Landmark. We are currently renovating a stone tavern built in 1797 that sits along the towpath of the canal in High Falls as the new D&H Canal Museum and Mid-Hudson Visitor Center. This new space will hold exhibits that function as a springboard for programs and conversations with the public. While the museum will maintain its important collections, new interactive exhibit elements that highlight STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math) topics will help bring history to life and create a vibrant experience with a focus on family audiences. Using hands-on interactives, historical images, documents, and artifacts–coupled with digital/multimedia elements and storytelling–the new Visitor Center and D&H Canal Museum will answer big questions about where, who, what, when, and how the environment and the canal have shaped High Falls and the region today.

 

Position Description:
The main role of the Events and Marketing Intern will be to support the Society’s communications, fundraising, and community engagement efforts for the grand opening of the Museum and Visitor Center in Spring of 2022. You will work closely with the Deputy Director for Administration and the External Affairs Committee. The position will be supervised jointly by the Deputy Director for Administration (remotely) and the Curatorial Assistant (on-site.) Hours will be determined by the intern’s schedule and workload, but you can expect to work between 5-7 hours a week, potentially up to 15 when events occur. Part of the work can be done remotely, but the intern will also need to have transportation to work at the museum for events and other in-person meetings. Internship is for the spring semester and depending on the availability of the intern and funding, may be extended through the summer.

 

Projects MayInclude:
● Organizing donor information, developing email campaigns

● Tracking event tasks and organizing documents in GoogleDrive
● Coordinate pop up events with local artisans, cultural organizations, and food vendors in
the visitor center, including:
○ Reaching out to partners, scheduling, communicating guidelines
○ Providing site tours, welcoming partners and providing orientation
● Develop marketing materials for promotion of the Museum and Visitor Center
● Research ideas for cross promotional opportunities with other businesses and cultural
organizations in the area
RelevantSkills and Qualifications:
● Junior or senior communications or business major
● Excellent writing skills, including editing and proofreading
● Experience with customer service or engaging people in a work or volunteer capacity
● Strong organizational skills and attention to detail
● Graphic design skills a plus

 

Process:
Please email resume and writing sample (1-2 pages) to Deputy Director for Administration, Kayla Altland, at admin@canalmuseum.org. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but submissions should be submitted by December 15. All applicants will be notified of next steps. The position pays $14/hour. Feel free to reach out with any questions!

Internship Opportunity with HVPAL

Hudson Valley Performing Arts Laboratory is seeking one or two interns to assist with their programs. HVPAL is a 5-year-old Dutchess County based arts organization serving the Hudson Valley by giving the community opportunities to PERFORM in devised productions and new works, LEARN about their crafts in low to no cost workshops, and ENGAGE with the local performing arts community via events and resource sharing activities.

They are interested in working with interns from the school of digital media, marketing, and journalism because of their excellent training and professionalism. HVPAL is seeking students interested in digital content creation, marketing and promotion and live event production support. 

The internship will span from Jan. 24 to May 15. It will be mostly remote work with some event work around Ulster and Dutchess county, for approximately 8 hours per week. Interns will be paid a $200 stipend. 

To apply, please email:

info@hvpal.org 

HVPAL

Love Music And Want to Intern with a Music Promoter? Record Label & Marketing Agency Seeks Interns for Social Media and Post Production

Immediate Family Marketing, Brooklyn-based  record label and digital marketing agency, is looking for interns for spring and summer. We are specifically looking for people with an interest in the music industry and PR/Marketing. 

Our company started our own vinyl record label during the pandemic and received our first Latin GRAMMY nomination! 

Our intern listings can be found here.

Podcast Editing and Producing Internship Opportunity with (un)maidenly!

(un)maidenly is looking for interns to assist in editing and producing their podcast. (un)maidenly podcast explores the question: where did the chain of wisdom break? These three maidens (Brittany Proia, Sarah Lynn Brown, and Valerie Lynn Brett) dig through what we don’t know to find what links our mothers left for us. They explore women, focused topics and beyond, seeking to share knowledge and ask questions that have long been shamed into silence. 

(un)maidenly podcast is looking for an editing intern to help edit their podcast each week, and assist with a few producing elements (including some assistance with marketing tasks). This intern would need  audio editing experience, regular access to a computer that can handle audio editing, audio editing software (there are free options to download), and the ability to occasionally meet remotely via video conference. Familiarity with Canva is ideal. 

The internship will run from Jan 24 – May 19, 2022. It will be 8 hours per week with flexible hours along with being completely remote. Interns will earn $425 pay for the semester.

To apply Please send resume and brief cover letter to:

Valerie Lynn Brett

(podcast producer/co-host)

unmaidenlypodcast@gmail.com

Internship Eligibility Application Due this Friday!

The internship eligibility application is due this Friday, Nov. 12 if you want to intern for the Spring 2022 semester. Make sure to visit the internship eligibility folder on the “Fall21_Communication & DMJ Students” blackboard page for the application. You can apply for eligibility if you have the following credentials:

    • 60 total credits
    • 30 credits at New Paltz
    • 18 credits in your major
    • 2.5 GPA

You will remain eligible every semester after you’re approved as long as you maintain a GPA of 2.5 or more. 

NYPIRG Internship Opportunity for Spring 2022

For more than forty years, the New York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG) has offered unique internship programs that provide college students with experiential learning and civic engagement opportunities.  As we persevere through the pandemic, NYPIRG remains committed to providing students with exceptional experiences that augment their classroom education by offering a remote NYPIRG Public Policy Internship.

The Public Policy Internship provides highly motivated students of all majors the opportunity to thoroughly study a particular public policy issue by pairing them with an experienced public policy mentor.  Program interns will gain an intimate understanding of legislative processes and practical experiences in such areas as public speaking, writing, research and working with the media—excellent additional preparation for graduate studies and the job market.

Public Policy interns research, track and promote legislation in such diverse areas of public policy as consumer protection, public campaign finance, higher education, health care, political reform and environmental preservation; network with student leaders; and organize policy briefings with legislators.   

Interns will commit to 16 hours per week, receive a stipend, and work remotely.  Interns will be responsible for securing course credit for the program.  The program begins in early January of 2022 and continues until the end of the academic semester.  Applicants must submit applications by the deadline, Friday, December 3rd. To apply visit NYPIRGstudents.org/Internships/ 

Communication & Social Media Intern Needed for UUP Faculty Union on Campus

The New Paltz Chapter of United University Professions (UUP, the faculty and staff union), is looking for one or two students to serve as interns. UUP interns typically come from disciplines such as Communication, Journalism, English, Political Science, and Sociology, and can earn 3 credits when registered through an academic department.

UUPUUP interns assist with maintaining social media feeds, updating and maintaining the Chapter website, and assisting with chapter meetings and rallies, all while learning first hand what a union is all about.

If you are interested in this opportunity, send your resume and statement of interest to Chapter President Beth E. Wilson at bwilson@uupmail.org.

Sophomores: Apply for Internship Eligibility Once You Have 60 Credits

Sophomores, every DMJ major is required to complete at least one internship in order to graduate. For an internship to count towards your credit count and graduation requirements, you must be internship eligible before you start looking for an internship. You can do that once you have 60 college credits.

Internship eligibility does not expire unless you GPA drops below 2.5, so you should apply now so you don’t have to worry about it later. Get it out of the way!

Here are all the minimum requirements to apply for internship eligibility:

  • 60 total credits
  • 30 credits at New Paltz
  • 18 credits in your major
  • 2.5 GPA

Once you have all of the above, visit the Blackboard community “fall21_Communication & DMJ Students” to submit the Google Form application and upload your one-page, single-sided resume and progress report.

You must be certified eligible at least one semester before interning, so why not get it out of the way now?Sophomores