Internships - Marketing

Internship Description – Marketing and Communications

Internship Period: May 31 – July 18, 2016

Description

We are currently looking for two fun, fresh, think outside-the-box creative people who have an eye for creating content that is visually exciting and innovative.

Throughout the festival marketing/communications interns will be responsible for collecting footage including photography, live performances, interviews of the students and faculty and conductors to create a one of a kind festival promotional video for YouTube.

Interns will be required to keep a journal of his/her activities and will meet on a daily basis with the Director of Marketing and Communications. At the conclusion of the internship period, the intern will participate in a written and oral evaluation of the internship experience with key administrative staff members.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in all aspects of video and photographic communications and contribute to planning and storyboarding
  • Assist in the end-to-end process from storyboarding to logistics to shooting to editing and publishing
  • Film video and shoot photographs in studio and field environments
  • Record desktop computer screens and actions for demo and training videos
  • Use existing original and stock footage to produce new videos
  • Contribute to mixing and editing to create polished and engaging videos
  • Publish videos primarily to the web and touch-up still photography
  • Handle camera gear/equipment
  • Assist in video productions
  • Brainstorm ideas for social media influence

Requirements

  • Have the potential to deliver videos and photos that succinctly and clearly tell the desired story
  • Ability to deliver videos with cuts, graphics, sound and other elements that convey a quality production value and a level of technical sophistication
  • Experience with Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premiere, Adobe Captivate and Adobe Photoshop
  • Knowledge of digital videography and photography cameras and equipment

Application Process

Send a current professional resume and two letters of recommendation, no later than April 20, 2016 to:

Round Top Festival Institute
Attn: Sergio Lozano - sergiolozano@festivalhill.org

Applications will be reviewed by a committee of the administrative staff of The James Dick Foundation for the Performing Arts. Accepted intern will be notified on or before May 1, 2016.

Compensation

Each intern will receive full room and board in addition to a stipend of $1,500. Room and board includes three (3) meals per day during the six-week session and all housing and utilities costs. (A daily stipend of $10.00 per day is offered for breakfasts and dinners during the six days outside of the six-week session.)