Arts Marketing Intern
Job InformationClassification Number901144Classification TitleArts Marketing InternDepartmentArts CenterLevelLevel B (Skilled)Job Description
PRIMARY PURPOSE: In collaboration with Mahaney Center for the Arts (MCA) Director, develops and implements creative, student-oriented marketing efforts for the Arts at Middlebury, with the goal of increasing student attendance and making student interaction with the arts more impactful.
Develops and implements student-oriented marketing efforts for the Arts at Middlebury. Generates creative, sustainable marketing strategies that increase student attendance at arts events.
Measures effectiveness of marketing efforts, and adjusts as necessary. Analyzes data and prepares reports on marketing results.
Coordinates student-oriented marketing/communications efforts with the College’s Office of Communications via regular meetings.
Cultivates strong relationships with student-oriented media, including social media.
Studies the context of student-oriented marketing efforts within the larger landscape of marketing for the broader audience.
Collaborates with Performing Arts Series intern on marketing efforts related to that program.
Forecasts budget needs for student-oriented marketing efforts, and manages existing resources carefully.
Attends local and regional arts consortium meetings and conferences with MCA staffers as appropriate.
Prepares final report on marketing efforts throughout the year, and makes recommendations for future actions.
Works cooperatively with others and accepts direction from supervisors.
Participates in the development and implementation of Mahaney Center for the Arts goals and objectives.
Maintains flexibility and willingness to contribute to the resolution of problems.
Other duties as assigned.
Education/experience in the arts, arts administration, and/or marketing and communications helpful.
Strong writing, design, technology, and social media savvy helpful.
Demonstrates strong decision-making and problem-solving skills.
Demonstrates strong competence with computers and technology, particularly word processing programs, graphics, and web authoring software.
Knowledge of standard copy editing and proofreading styles (APA, Chicago) helpful.
Some evening and weekend work required.
Must be able to work at a computer for several hours a day.
Ability to lift 25 pounds occasionally.
Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).
- * This posting is only open to students. Are you a current Middlebury College undergraduate student?