The Schubert Club
5 month paid internship (September 2015-January 2016), 12 hours per week
This internship is structured to provide real-life experience assisting with nonprofit marketing, interactive media and audience development. You will gain experience writing and creating compelling content for multiple social media vehicles and gauging success for each communication. Through the Theoroi program, you will have the opportunity to work with a large variety of performing arts organizations thereby growing your professional arts network.
Social Media: This position will be responsible assisting the Marketing & Ticketing Manager with all social media and online marketing efforts. This will include creating engaging content for social media platforms, making posts to social media platforms on a regular basis, interacting with and responding to posts by others on all platforms, and developing new ideas and researching new trends for using social media to assist marketing and communication efforts.
Theoroi – Arts Ambassador Project: This position will be assisting the Marketing & Ticketing Manager with The Schubert Club’s Theoroi program (schubert.org/theoroi). Responsibilities will include assisting with coordination of Theoroi events and extra social events for the group; managing attendance and social media usage by Theoroi members, and assisting with communication to Theoroi members through email and social media. You will be responsible for keeping Theoroi social media up-to-date, posting content on a regular basis to keep the group engaged, and responding and interacting with posts. You will be expected to attend Theoroi events and assist with day-of event logistics.
Marketing: Assist in marketing and audience development tasks and activities as assigned by the Marketing & Ticketing Manager.
Proficiency in social media including Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest & Instagram.
Excellent written communication including strong editing and proofreading skills.
Familiarity with WordPress, MailChimp and SurveyMonkey.
Available to work occasional weekends or evening events.
Familiarity with performing arts.
Must be at least 21 years of age
Interested individuals should apply by August 1, 2015. Please mail or e-mail your letter of intent and resume to:
Tessa Retterath Jones
The Schubert Club
302 Landmark Center, 75 West Fifth Street
St. Paul, MN 55102
Equal Opportunity Employer