Placement LET Cultural Exchange Programs

Please ask for approval from your teacher/ lecturer before considering to do an internship!

Expiration date: 1st March, 2018

Location: Washington

Job Description:

Join a vibrant and busy team to learn about real projects and learn from experienced arts and cultural exchange staff.
Tasks include collecting data, cultivating inquiries by phone and email, helping candidates with applications, managing mailing lists and newsletters, collecting stories, developing web content, reviewing evaluations from participants, growing social media presence, and assisting on special projects as assigned. The intern will complete all of these tasks with the oversight and guidance of the Program Officer and the Director of Cultural Exchange Programs.

This internship requires attention to detail, creative writing skills, comfort making phone calls, good organization, and interest in multi-cultural and international understanding and communication. Interns gain knowledge of nonprofit management, United States non-immigrant visas, overview of many different arts and creative career fields, marketing campaign experience, and an introduction to leadership. Interns are encouraged to participate in public events related to international engagement or related to career enrichment.

Education: Candidates must be at least a university sophomore or at most have graduated within the last 6 months. Enrolled graduate students are also encouraged to apply.

Compensation: While this is an unpaid internship, IA&A will provide a monthly stipend in the amount equal to the intern’s monthly public transportation costs.

To Apply: Candidates should email a resume and matching cover letter addressed to Christopher Sciotto, Program Officer, to Subject line must read "CEP Internship – Your Name". Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.

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