Seattle Office of Film + Music

October 28, 2010, 11:54 am
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Northwest Film Forum
Northwest Film Forum seeks an outgoing, responsible and detail-oriented Volunteer Coordination Intern. This position will act as the liaison between the volunteer corps and staff of the organization and will work with the administrative and events staff to fill volunteer positions (including admin support, box office/concessionaires, projectionists, other interns, street team and special events). Interns will help design an effective structure for hiring new volunteers and managing existing ones. Volunteer coordination is an essential skill for anyone interested in nonprofit management. This position is hands-on and will provide many opportunities for leadership. Candidates should be able to work independently, be personable and enjoy meeting new people, be comfortable and organized answering email and be an excellent communicator. This unpaid internship requires 10-20 hours a week, and the deadline to apply is November 1.

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November 23, 2009, 11:45 am
Filed under: Miscellaneous | Tags: ,

Washington FilmWorks
Washington FilmWorks is seeking a part-time Intern with a minimum 3-month commitment of 20 hours per week. Prior background in film is not required, but individuals must be self-motivated with strong communication, computer, writing, and organizational/research skills. Interns will be responsible for a host of administrative duties (as well as some special projects) with job duties including general office administration, drafting newsletters and legislative letter, managing Social Media websites and in-house database, maintaining office website, conducting internet research and assisting at events. Applicants must be enrolled in a post-secondary educational program leading to an undergraduate or graduate degree and in good standing at their college or university. Students must retain their status until the end of the internship. Send a brief letter of interest, and resume to WFW will accept applications through December 20, 2009 for a start date early to mid January.