Administrative Intern

Arts Capacity

Building community through interactive prison recitals.

Fully Remote

Work Location: Remote

Nonprofit Service Organization

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  • Work Location: Remote
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  • Hourly Rate (USD$): $15.00

Website Arts Capacity

Building community through interactive prison recitals.

Job Title: Administrative Intern

Reports To: Executive Director & Operations Manager

Compensation: $15/hr
As a part-time role with varying hours, individuals can expect to work approximately 8 hours per month, though hours are not guaranteed and may fluctuate based on organizational needs and project demands.

We are excited to announce an opportunity for an Administrative Intern who is passionate about arts access to join our team from June 2024 to December 2024. This internship offers a unique chance to gain hands-on experience in arts administration while supporting various aspects of our organization’s operations. The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, organized, and possesses strong communication skills. Proficiency in Google Suite applications is essential for this role. There is no guarantee of employment at the conclusion of the internship.

Key Responsibilities:
-Survey Data Collection & Entry:
-Coordinate the distribution and collection of survey responses.
-Accurately enter survey data into designated databases or platforms.
-Generate reports and summaries based on survey findings as needed.

Social Media Management:
-Support the development and implementation of social media strategies to promote our programs and initiatives.
-Create engaging content for various social media platforms, including but not limited to Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
-Monitor social media channels, respond to inquiries, and engage with our online community.
-Track social media metrics and provide regular reports on performance.

Grant Research and Writing:
-Conduct research to identify potential grant opportunities relevant to our organization’s mission and programs.
-Assist in the preparation of grant proposals, including writing, editing, and compiling necessary documentation.
-Maintain a database of grant opportunities, deadlines, and application requirements.

Materials Creation for Programs:
-Collaborate with program staff to develop materials such as presentations, handouts, and guides for workshops, events, and other activities.
-Ensure that all materials are visually appealing, informative, and aligned with our branding guidelines.
-Assist in the production and distribution of printed materials as needed.

Google Suite Savvy:
-Demonstrate proficiency in using Google Suite applications, including Google Docs, Sheets, Slides, and Forms.
-Organize and maintain shared documents, folders, and calendars within Google Drive.
-Facilitate communication and collaboration among team members through Google Workspace tools.

Preferred Qualifications:
-Currently pursuing or recently completed a degree in a relevant field (e.g., Arts Administration, Music, Marketing, or related field).
-Passionate about arts accessibility
-Previous experience in data collection, entry, and analysis.
-Familiarity with social media platforms and best practices for engagement.
-Strong writing and editing skills, with the ability to craft clear and compelling content.
-Experience with grant research, writing, and reporting preferred.
-Proficiency in Google Suite applications and other relevant software.
-Excellent organizational skills and attention to detail.
-Ability to multitask, prioritize tasks, and meet deadlines in a fast-paced environment.
-Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work effectively both independently and as part of a team.

How to Apply:
Please submit your resume, and cover letter to Executive Directory Holly Mulcahy ( Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the position is filled.