Communications Intern | Save The Music

Communications Intern

Position Summary:

The Communications intern will assist the Communications team with social media ideation around Save The Music’s future digital campaign strategies. We are seeking individuals with a passion for communications, storytelling, and the music industry in general. Creativity and a strong understanding of the current social media landscape are a must. You’ll be responsible for supporting the organization by creating and organizing a short series of digital assets and videos. You will also work with our team by brainstorming content ideas, and by researching outlets to contact in the community and regional focus areas for the organization.

 

Requirements:

  • Excellent time management and ability to meet deadlines
  • A passion for music education 
  • Experience working in Canva and other graphic creation tools
  • Interest in public relations, music education outlets, and other relevant platforms
  • Direct experience in the following communities: Los Angeles, Mississippi, New Orleans, and/or Detroit

Compensation:

This is a paid internship at $15/hour for 10 hours/week

HOW TO APPLY

Interested candidates should send a resume and a one-page document that highlights any pertinent examples of past marketing/communications experiences to [email protected] with the subject line “Communications Intern”.

We encourage you to be creative with your application materials – we want to learn more about you, as well as your graphic design skills.

LOCATION

Remote

INTERNSHIP

September 6 – November 15, 2021 (a flexible schedule will be determined with the chosen candidate)

SAVE THE MUSIC FOUNDATION

Save The Music Foundation is a nonprofit that helps students, schools, and communities reach their full potential through the power of making music. One of our goals is relevance. Part of our vision within the next few years is to be viewed as leaders in raising awareness that music and the arts are critical components of a well-rounded education.

From our governing and advisory boards to our operating team, we strive to be representative of the varied races and ethnicities, genders and sexual orientations, religious and political beliefs, and abilities of the communities we serve. We want to recruit, retain, and advance diverse talent because it makes our work more effective, creative, and resilient. If you are passionate about music and education, highly skilled in your field, and looking for a place where you can bring all of yourself to work, we want you.