Woodstock Film Festival Seeks Interns

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.

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PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies Announces Summer 2024 Internship Program

The PSEG Institute for Sustainability Studies is pleased to announce that undergraduate student applications are now open to join their Summer 2024 Green Teams Internship Program, running from May 28th, 2024 – August 8th, 2024. This 11-week program pays a $6,000 stipend plus housing. Travel grants are also available. This is the ninth year that this program brings together students from diverse backgrounds, universities and majors to address complex sustainability challenges for a wide array of organizations including but not limited to corporations, local businesses, municipalities, community groups, government agencies, and nonprofits. Visit www.montclair.edu/iss for more information.

Apply directly online at https://bit.ly/2024GTCallforStudents.

The application deadline is SUNDAY, JANUARY 28th, 2024 @ 11:59 PM ET.

If you have any questions about the program or how to apply, please contact GreenTeamsApply@montclair.edu.

Firelight Seeking Numerous Interns in Production, Communications, Operations, and Development

About Firelight:

Firelight is two separate organizations with one mission: to support communities of color in front of and behind the camera. Firelight Media, a non-profit artist support organization, is the premier destination for non-fiction cinema by and about communities of color. Firelight Media produces documentary films, supports filmmakers of color, and cultivates audiences for their work. Firelight Media’s key programs include the Documentary Lab, the Groundwork Regional Lab, and the William Greaves Fund. Firelight Media also produces digital short films series in partnership with public media organizations. To learn more, visit firelightmedia.tv. Firelight Films is a documentary production company founded by Emmy-winning filmmaker Stanley Nelson. Firelight Films productions include the Oscar-nominated Attica for Showtime; Crack: Cocaine, Corruption and Conspiracy for Netflix; and The Black Panthers: Vanguard of the Revolution for PBS. Firelight Films has several documentary projects in development and in production that are slated for release in the coming years. To learn more, visit firelightfilms.tv.

Internship Program:

It is Firelight’s mission to mentor interns and give them the skills and experience to be the next generation of film, media, and arts administration professionals. Their internship program will give dedicated and driven participants the opportunity to assist the Firelight Media and Firelight Films teams with a variety of projects depending on their area of interest. Opportunities include the production and development of documentary film projects; graphic design and social video production; fundraising and arts administration, and more. Interns will be assigned to specific departments with specific assignments and will be expected to complete short- and long-term projects under the direct supervision of our dedicated staff. Please see the different departments that have openings below:

  • Production Interns
  • Communications Interns
  • Operations Department Interns
  • Development Department Interns

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D. Pagan Communications Seeking Public Relations Assistant (Remote)

An entry-level position is now available at D. Pagan Communications, a public relations firm based on Long Island.

Public Relations Assistant [REMOTE] Job Description:

D. Pagan Communications is a full-service technology public relations agency specializing in the broadcast, pro audio, installation, music and recording, and video production industries. They tell the stories of how their clients’ products/solutions work behind the scenes through written collateral, strong media relations and a virtual trade show presence. They’re looking to add a versatile Public Relations Assistant to their team who is enthusiastic about the areas in which they specialize in and staying ahead of evolving technologies.

MUST HAVE (or be working toward):

Bachelor’s degree in public relations, journalism, communications or related field; strong writing and media relations skills, and an interest in technology (B2B) fields. Digital marketing, content development, social media marketing and previous agency setting experience is a plus. This job requires working remotely with a personal computer set-up and reliable internet, as well as familiarity with a range of platforms, including Zoom.

This professional will be primarily responsible for assisting senior team members with day-to-day account tasks, such as:

  • General administrative tasks
  • Creation and distribution of press materials and other related collateral
  • Media placement monitoring and logging
  • Transcription of end-user interviews
  • Blogging and social media support
  • Research new markets

If you are interested in this opportunity, send resume to: info@dpagan.com.