- Participate in the production of presentations, boards, publications, newsletters, and portfolios;
- Develop content for website and social media;
- Assist with market research and business development activities;
- Coordinate production of qualifications packages, proposals, presentation materials in Adobe InDesign;
- Coordinate social media content.
- Matriculated in a college/university for Marketing, Art History, English, Philosophy, or Critical Theory;
- Has a passion for branding, business development, and marketing with a genuine interest in press, social media, public image;
- An interest in art, graphic design, and urbanism an asset;
- Strong command of English language required;
- Strong aesthetic sense required;
- Fluency in Adobe Creative Suite;
- Able to commit between 20 to 40 hours per week.
Internship details from Linda McBride:
We are looking for interns to work specifically at our literary events, helping with setup (sound, promotional materials, refreshments, book selling, etc.), and the execution of the event (audience control, photography, videotaping, reception, etc.). A background or interest in event planning, and/or theater production would be helpful as well as knowledge of A/V, although not required. Some heavy lifting is necessary for the position. This internship is a great way to gain experience in event production and to connect to an amazing line-up of authors. This is a nonpaying position, but access to an extensive fiction library, study space and use of our Writers Studio is available. Interested candidates should email Linda McBride, firstname.lastname@example.org, with a brief cover letter and their resume. Please include the title of the internship in the subject line.
Essential Job Functions: Assist with set up and execution of regular author, music, and other events; set up book sale table and handle sales; assist event producer in promotion of events
Schedule: PT, afternoon and nights – 8-15 hours per week
Qualifications: Interest in books and/or event production; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; strong social media skills a plus, but not required
Linda Lee McBride, Events Producer
The Center for Fiction
17 East 47th Street
New York, NY 10017
The Asian American Writer’s Workshop is looking for five new Fellows for our magazine, Open City:
Open City, an online magazine published by the Asian American Writers’ Workshop, documents the pulse of metropolitan Asian America as it’s being lived on the streets of New York right now. Covered by the Wall Street Journal and NPR, a collaborative partner with the New Museum and the Museum of Chinese in America, Open City grants a $5,000 fellowship, career guidance, and publishing opportunities to five Creative Nonfiction Fellows to write and produce both short-form and long-form editorial content on the vibrant immigrant communities of Manhattan, Brooklyn and Queens.
If you’re an emerging creative nonfiction writer looking for financial support, a place to publish and career mentorship, apply to become a Creative Nonfiction Fellow.
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