The Woodstock Film Festival is accepting applications for the Spring, Summer, and Fall Internship Program. Departments include but are not limited to: Operations, Public Relations and Marketing, Festival Administration, Programming, Graphic Design, Photography, and Production.
Responsibilities may include: database management, film entry screening evaluations, fundraising, public relations, social media, copy editing, community outreach, industry research, production coordination, event planning, and equipment optimizing/organization.
The internship will be custom tailored depending on the intern’s individual experience and skills. Applicants with extensive knowledge of relevant software systems will be able to expand upon their experience. Programs include Adobe Acrobat, Photoshop, Canva, Squarespace, Lightroom, monday.com, Google Drive, and more.
Once you’ve been approved for internship eligibility it can be stressful trying to find and secure an internship. One good thing about securing an internship is that you don’t need to secure one until the first day of the semester you’re interning. This means, if you don’t yet have an internship, you have all of winter break to find one. Continue reading
Having trouble finding an internship? Don’t stress, here are a few places to get started on your internship search. Remember, you don’t need to secure an internship until the FIRST day of the semester that you are interning! Continue reading
Students interested in a long term internship opportunity should consider applying for the Hudson Valley International Festival of the Voice Internship. The internship would begin immediately and conclude July 10, 2024 (there is a possibility of creating a permanent position afterwards). Continue reading
Once you have been approved for internship eligibility you have until the first day of the semester that you are interning to find an internship. There is no need to rush and find an internship by class registration. Continue reading
The Newburgh Urban Farm and Food Initiative (NUFFI), is a not for profit organization that empowers residents working together to build a just and resilient food system that improves the environment and health of the community in the City of Newburgh.
NUFFI is seeking a Communications Intern to assist with community engagement through NUFFI’s social media accounts. The position is for an individual who can commit 2-5 hours a week on a flexible schedule, with a majority of the work being done remotely. The position will report to the NUFFI’s Communications Consultant.
- Post to social media accounts and generate interactions
- Aid in creating and scheduling social media posts
- Attend events and document details for website and social media content
- Proficient in Instagram and Facebook platforms
- Knowledgeable in content creation
- Able to work 2-5 hours a week and is flexible for some weekend events
- Fluent in Spanish is a plus but not required
The internship can start as soon as possible and can run as long as intern is available. Compensation for the position would be $18/ hour.
**NOTE: If you want to earn credits for this internship, you must comply with the department internship requirements (advance eligibility, follow the academic calendar, register through Nancy Heiz, etc.) Refer to tinyurl.com/npinternpacket for all guidelines.
To apply, send your Resume and a brief Cover Letter to email@example.com
The Benjamin Center for Public Policy Initiatives at SUNY New Paltz is pleased to announce the availability of the Cetrino Family Scholarship for the 2023-24 academic year. This undergraduate scholarship includes tuition, as well as an internship that provides experience in applied policy research at The Benjamin Center.
The Cetrino Family Scholarship provides a year-long full tuition award and a paid internship for an outstanding junior or senior who is interested in a career in public service.
As a local community bank, Rondout Savings is seeking individuals that are talented, motivated, and looking to make an impact on the organization and communities they serve. They provide employees with opportunities for growth and a fulfilling career.
DCP’s Summer Internship Program aims to introduce its mission to both undergraduate and graduate interns and strives to integrate interns into the agency’s work program by fostering on-the-job training and career exploration. Their program includes orientation, presentations from subject matter experts and site visits to exciting projects across the five boroughs.
Program Duration: 8-10 Weeks beginning on June 5th, 2023
Civil Service Title: Summer College Intern
Hourly Rate: $17.50
Shift: Maximum of 34 hours per week
Job ID: 572138
Application Deadline: Friday, March 10th, 2023
The New York Press Association Foundation is sponsoring a paid summer internship at this newspaper for a qualified journalism student.
Any student currently enrolled in a recognized journalism program is eligible to compete for an internship with a net $2,600 stipend provided by NYPA. Applicants must attend college during the 2023-2024 academic year.
Don’t delay! The application deadline is March 1st, 2023!
Application forms are available online at www.nynewspapers.com, click on NYPA, then Internships.