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Internships

Marketing and Engagement Department

The Marketing & Engagement Department will not be accepting interns during 2023.

The Eastman Museum accepts up to three communications and engagement interns per semester. The intern will work directly with the Director of Marketing and Engagement, the Manager of Digital Engagement, the Public Relations Manager, and other members of the Communications and Engagement team, as well as select members of the development and special events teams. As an intern for the museum you will gain valuable experience working as part of a professional communications and engagement team, as well as a member of a non-profit museum, and cultural center. Interns will be exposed to the museum’s world class collections and curators, as well as members of the local and regional media and national arts media.

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Available Internships

Public Relations Intern (Currently unavailable)
Start Date: Varies, rolling acceptance for Fall, Spring, and Summer
Hours: 10-12 hours a week (can be flexible)

Responsible for, depending on interest and experience, the following:

  • Press release writing
  • Local/ regional story mining and pitching
  • Media relations (Calendar updates, pitching, tracking, clip reports)
  • Media list management/ building

Digital Engagement/Social Media Intern (Currently unavailable)
Start Date: Varies, rolling acceptance for Fall, Spring, and Summer
Hours: 10-12 hours a week (can be flexible)

Responsible for, depending on interest and experience, the following:

  • Social media engagement and content creation
  • Digital engagement campaign creation
  • Social media analytics and assessment
  • Influencer mining
  • Video and audio production
  • Virtual tour production

All Communications & Engagement interns may be responsible for the following:

  • Research
  • Data input
  • Special event support

Qualifications

  • Must be pursuing a degree in Communications, Marketing, Public Relations, Journalism, Digital Humanities, Anthropology, English or a related field.
  • Must have completed at least your sophomore year of your undergraduate degree
  • Strong writing and research skills
  • Highly organized
  • Willing to work an occasional evening or weekend for special event or exhibition opening
  • Must have reliable transportation

Application To apply, send a resume and cover letter that specifies area of interest to [email protected].

Moving Image Department Internships

The Moving Image Department (MID) is not accepting interns during 2024. Opportunities for unpaid internships in the MID will be posted on this page pending availability.