Administration Internship - Paid
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Posted by: Appraisers Association of America
Deadline: Mon, July 1st, 2019
2019 Spring/Summer Arts Administration Internship
The Appraisers Association of America has opportunities for an intern to learn about non-profit and association management by assisting with all aspects of day-to-day activities. Working closely with the office staff, the intern will gain insight into how a small, fast-paced non-profit and membership organization functions with hands-on work in membership, programs / special events and marketing / communication. Daily tasks include: assisting with member services (database management, benefit package development and implementation, renewal processing and direct mail campaigns); educational programming (development and execution) and communications (assisting with digital and print marketing, social media, research, and appraisal referral requests), as well as additional tasks.
RESPONSIBILITIES & DUTIES:
• Work with staff to learn CitySoft (a premier membership database that is used across the country) to assist with various tasks, including:
• Updating member information and research notes
• Updating program details and registration
• Maintaining standing reports
• Provide referrals to the general public looking for an appraiser
• Use Social Media (Hootsuite, Twitter, Facebook, LinkedIn, Instagram) to publicize upcoming events
• Research potential new alliances and prepare files for prospects that may be interested in joining or supporting the organization
• Assist with events (registration, information packets, certificates of attendance) such as our Annual Award Luncheon (April), conferences, lectures, and in-house courses
REQUIRED SKILLS & QUALIFICATIONS:
· Interest in arts administration (including development and / or membership), fine and decorative arts, art history, event planning, non-profit and association management, and learning about the field of art appraising
· Student currently enrolled in college or university
· Strong phone and inter-personal skills
· Thorough and proactive, self-motivated and able to manage ongoing tasks
· Strong organizational, writing, and research skills
· Knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite, Google Docs and Calendar, knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite preferred, but not required
· Prior office experience preferred
January or February through early August 2019, 10 - 15 hours a week, start and end dates are flexible, as are hours. Wednesday availability preferred. Compensation: $12/hour.
· To apply for this internship, please email your cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
· In the subject line of your email enter: “Last name, 2019 Intern.”
Posted on Tue, November 27th, 2018
Expires on Mon, July 1st, 2019
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