Women Make Movies is currently seeing interns to work with us for the 2014 Winter/Term semesters; students will have hands-on experience working in film distribution and nonprofit media arts. We would love it if you could inform your students of our available 2014 Winter Term/Spring Semester internships with us! We have multiple positions available for course credit or work experience in the following departments: Filmmaker Services, Workshop Series, Distribution, Marketing and Publicity, and Administration. More information about our organization and how students can apply is featured in the link below and in the PDF attachment.
Please note this is NOT a paid internship.
From the festival organizers:
I am reaching out on behalf of the 4th Annual Queens World Film Festival. Set to open on March 4, 2014 and currently producing four encore screening events this summer and fall, we need, and THRIVE on Festival Associates and Festival Interns. QWFF is uniquely qualified to provide an array of exciting opportunities to participate.
If individuals are working with the festival to fulfill a college class requirement or a NYC High School Community Service requirement, the festival will provide supervised activities and can provide all the proper documentation to confirm that individuals satisfy the school’s internship/community services requirements.
If you are unfamiliar with our festival, please feel free to visit our website at
www.queensworldfilmfestival.com to get an idea of what we are up to.
Currently we have several areas that represent our needs:
• Marketing and Promotions: help design and distribute promotional materials including flyers, posters, press releases, informational emails; conduct outreach to find new outlets/events/markets/locations for promoting our events; create slide shows and albums to be screened at our events, liaison with press.
• Social Network: conduct online outreach, supply bloggers with information, maintain the QWFF blogs, facebook pages and groups, find new outlets for promoting our submission process and other special features of the festival
• Young Filmmaker’s Program: assist with our youth, coordinate sessions, conduct outreach for volunteers and other support services, help conduct workshops with youth and help shoot, edit and produce student films,
• Administrative: maintain film submission records, maintain contact with filmmakers, create and maintain festival files, records and data collection; help with coordinating events, volunteers, filmmakers, interns;
• Seasonal Crew positions: Set up, projectionist, hospitality, box office, flyers, hosts, ushers
All Festival Associates and Festival Interns who work over 20 hours receive a free festival t-shirt, credit in the 2014 festival guide, a letter of recommendation and complimentary passes to events whenever possible.
Fall internship applications are being accepted at Greenpoint Pictures, a Brooklyn-based commercial media production company.
As we are a small company, interns get the opportunity to aid the production process at every level. Duties include:
-working on set as a Production Assistant
-assisting production team with booking of equipment, facilities, talent, etc.
-helping the Director of Sales researching potential clients/agencies for future business
-researching/pulling images for treatments of future projects
-occasional assistant editing work (logging, transferring files)
-maintaining and handling posts for the company blog
-standard office administrative work (filing, answering phones, etc)
-making any necessary runs
We will also provide the intern a $10 a day lunch stipend. Applicants should be able to work from 10am-6pm, 2-3 days per week.
Please send a resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
Editorial Fellowship (Paid), Huffington Post, NYC
Posting Job Description The Huffington Post is seeking editorial fellows to join its New York office. Do you love the internet? Are you the person who has the viral video before everyone else? Do you obsessively check Facebook and Twitter? Then you might be a perfect fit for the Huffington Post.
Applicants should be hungry self-starters eager to learn and contribute in a fast-paced, fun environment. We are looking for go-getter news and internet junkies with strong web skills to work closely with various editorial teams. This is a great opportunity to learn all the ins and outs of new media and get first-hand exposure to how The Huffington Post works.
– Writing headlines, packaging stories, and video content
– Monitoring breaking news and identifying viral stories
– Pitch and produce shareable content for a social media audience
– Aid in managing Facebook and Twitter accounts
Requirements for success:
– Insatiable appetite for news and the desire to make things go crazy on the web
– Strong research and writing skills
– Proficiency with social media
– Meticulous dedication to detail and the ability to multitask
– Creativity and willingness to think outside the box
– Ability to receive constructive criticism and learn from feedback
– A passion for the Huffington Post and its editorial mission
This fellowship is located in our New York office, located in Greenwich Village. Our fellowship usually lasts four to six months and is a paid program that we use to identify potential full-time hires — in other words, fellows are considered to be in training from the moment they begin. Our program ensures that fellows learn everything there is to know about how the Huffington Post approaches web publishing. Fellows have the chance discover whether HuffPost is the sort of place you want to launch your career.
Apply at http://corp.aol.com/careers Requisition # 125713BR
Our college has been selected as a CUNY Service Corps college. The Service Corps is an exciting new University initiative similar to AmeriCorps. It aims to improve the short and long-term civic and environmental sustainability of New York City.
We are writing to you to consider joining the CUNY Service Corps today! The internship starts fall 2013 for 24 weeks, 10-12 hours a week, $12-15 an hour. Schedules are expected to be flexible to meet your school needs.
You will gain real-world work experience, this opportunity will be a paid internship at local community agencies such as the America Museum of Natural History, Immigration Advocacy Matters, Queens Botanical Garden, the Economic Development Council and hundreds of other placements.
Please direct all questions to me mailto:email@example.com
Yasemin Jones, PhD| Special Assistant to the Provost |Kiely Hall, 134 D | 65-30 Kissena Blvd|Queens , NY 11367
tel: 718-997-5537 |email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Education for Liberation Project: this is a training program for political activists, but will involve a strong media component in terms of outreach and organization. From FIERCE Continue reading
|Museum of the Moving Image and the Center for Communication invite you to two events next week: on Sunday, June 2, a preview screening of How to Make Money Selling Drugs with Adrian Grenier in person, and on Wednesday, June 5, An Evening with Creator of MTV Bob Pittman. We are pleased to offer complimentary admission to these events. Continue reading|
Several of our Media Studies courses offered this summer still have room (and may in fact be cancelled if they do not receive adequate enrollment). Please not that many of these courses are not part of the Film Studies curriculum (Screenwriting is a FS elective), but I’m posting here for those of you who are Media Studies majors or minors.