Monthly Archives: February 2011

Summer Intern whose final project is to host a “Bailey’s Crossroads Senior Arts Festival” in the Summer of 2011

Be part of an innovative new focus on the value of the creative arts to healthy, active aging!
House Bailey’s Crossroads, an innovative leader in the continuing care
retirement field, is seeking a Summer Intern whose final project is to
host a “Bailey’s Crossroads Senior Arts Festival” in the Summer of 2011,
featuring artwork and performances by local seniors, in addition to
master classes, vendor booths, crafting sessions, and more!  Our Senior
Arts Festival Project Developer will work closely with our staff
member-led Creative Forte arts programming development group to design,
coordinate, and implement the “Senior Arts Festival.”

The Developer
will get to enjoy his/her passion for the arts while learning the
important skills necessary for special events management, marketing,
graphic design, and professional networking.

Responsibilities will include:
Working with local agencies and community partners to sponsor and advertise the event;
Designing promotional materials and distributing them throughout the community;
Coordinating the submission of artwork and performance pieces from senior exhibitors;
Recruiting and managing the exhibition judges prior to and on the day of the event;
to arrange for logistical considerations such as event rentals, booths,
transportation, parking, vendor displays, refreshments, and
audio-visual equipment;
Conducting a follow-up survey on the event to
solicit feedback from partners, vendors, exhibitors, judges, and
attendees for future event planning purposes
This paid Internship ($2750 over eight weeks) is sponsored by ExxonMobil as part of their Community Summer Jobs Program.  
TO APPLY: Please send a resume with cover letter to Robin Wilson, HR
Manager, Goodwin House Incorporated, 4800 Fillmore Avenue, Alexandra, VA
22311; email: 

Apple Copywriter Internship

Apple designs Macs, the best
personal computers in the world, along with OS X, iLife, iWork, and
professional software. Apple leads the digital music revolution with its
iPods and iTunes online store. Apple is reinventing the mobile phone
with its revolutionary iPhone and App Store, and has recently introduced
its magical iPad which is defining the future of mobile media and
computing devices.

Looking for a copywriting student to spend the
summer at Apple. You would be working on projects and campaigns with
design interns, which would potentially include work across social
media, in-store posters for Apple stores, web, app development, and
iAds. Ideally you’re able to write great headlines and body copy so we
could also pull you in on other day-to-day projects. And as you can
probably guess, you would need to write in a way that makes all the tech
stuff easy to understand and keeps with the voice of the Apple Brand.
By the end of the summer you’ll have written a lot, everyday, and
potentially have your work seen by millions of people worldwide.

Good things to have:
•     Advertising writing with headline experience
•     Ability to tell a story and be creative
•     A positive attitude and curious mind

Please send resumes and sample of work to Amber at

Unpaid Film & Video Internship, USHMM – United States Holocaust Memorial Museum

Start date: May 23, 2011
End date: August 26, 2011
Application deadline: March 1, 2011
Hours per week: 24
Compensation: Unpaid
The Steven Spielberg Film and Video Archive requires the services of an intern to support its cataloging work, reference materials, and public research services. The intern’s areas of responsibility will include:
• Organization and updating of records pertaining to footage in our collection, particularly German language films
• Preparation of finding aids for special subject groups in the collection
• Research of historical background and authentication of film documents
• Checking and editing content of existing records, adding & correcting keywords in database files, checking and editing geographic locations for database records
• Research assistance on film materials for the Archive and Museum use
• Assistance with Film & Video role in special projects and exhibitions
• Assistance with reorganization of branch files
  • Knowledge of general 20th century European history; some knowledge of WWII & Holocaust-era history
  • Familiarity with/ability to identify film and video formats.
  • Interest in film history
  • Good computer skills, including familiarity with databases.
  • Good research and writing skills. Attention to detail.
  • Ability to work effectively with minimal supervision.
Good bi-lingual reading and writing skills, preferably German. Other foreign languages may be considered.
Work Schedule:
Flexible as to start & end dates, number of days or hours per week (minimum 10 hours), specific days.
Learning Objectives of the Internship include:
1. To be able to analyze and catalogue undocumented primary sources.
2. To discern what resources should be made readily available to the public, considering sensitivities and historical issues surrounding said resources.
3. To master the digitization of archival materials, both paper and video.
4. To learn the intricacies, importance, and systems for creating, maintaining, and using a database of historical documents and moving image materials.
5. To assess the historical value of submitted material and select the appropriate field for its location in an historical database.
6. To learn the skills necessary for maintaining an online database of historical multimedia files.
7. To understand and implement the process of selecting excerpts of visual documents for inclusion in educational media within the museum.
8. To learn about Archival Collections Management of a motion picture collection: proper storage conditions; arrangement of records; retrieval of reference materials.
Interested applicants should apply online at 

UMFS is seeking a full time Communications Manager

The position is responsible for promoting UMFS to internal and external customers and
for seeking new opportunities to reinforce the agency’s brand in the communities we serve. This position is responsible for managing brand integrity internally and externally and implementing initiatives to strengthen the brand through publications, media relations, public
speaking events, and other such opportunities. 
duties may be assigned. 
Develop collateral materials and publications for both client services and public relations activities. 
Utilize desktop publishing capabilities to produce newsletters, flyers, ads and art consistent with the agency brand. 
Build public awareness of the agency by developing proactive story placements in local and regional media. Develops collaborative partnerships with radio, television and newspaper representatives to strengthen and promote the agency brand. 
Review and approve all statewide publications and collateral materials to assure compliance with brand specifications. 
Write and distribute press releases and maintains a media list. 
Maintain an active role in training UMFS staff with regard to brand specifications and new branding initiatives. 
Position the organization effectively with regard to public opinion and stays current with industry, public and local trends affecting services provided by UMFS. 
Maintain UMFS website and marketing databases. 
Participate on agency committees as assigned. 
Maintain, collect and produce statistical reports on relevant marketing and public relations initiatives. 
Coordinate and manage direct mailing initiatives. 
Assist in developing and managing special events that promote UMFS’ band recognition. 
Attend trade shows as assigned to promote and market UMFS services and
Co-chair public relations work group. 
Perform other duties as assigned. 
Extensive knowledge of modern principles and practices of branding and public relations as applied to nonprofit organizations. Excellent communication and writing skills including knowledge of graphic design, video production and broadcast processes, photography, publication development and professional printing. Excellent computer skills with
extensive knowledge in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Contribute. Proficiency with Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint, and Publisher. Experience with social media tools like Facebook and Twitter referred. 
Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Public Relations, Communications or related field. Minimum of 2 years experience in related marketing field.

Greater Reston Arts Center; 2011 Paid Internship Position: Art Education Digital Learning Intern

Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE)
12001 Market Street ~ Suite 103 ~ Reston, VA 20190
Phone: 703.471.9242 ~ Fax: 703.471.0952 ~
Art Education Digital Learning Internship
2011 Paid Internship
Position: Art Education Digital Learning Intern
Job: The intern will be working as part of a team to develop an exciting new digital learning product for the Art in the Schools program, GRACE’s signature educational program. The intern will be working on the research and development of this product to include: existing product evaluation, market research, product guideline development, prototype creation, and production of the actual products (over 70 to be produced). The intern will leave with a sample product created during their internship.
Where: Greater Reston Arts Center (GRACE)
Reston Town Center, Reston, Virginia
When: 8 weeks – between May 16 to August 26, 2011 (dates negotiable), 35 hours per week
Eligibility: Intern must be a currently enrolled undergraduate student who will be returning to college as a full-time student in the fall of 2011. Students in art, art history, art education or education preferred, but all degrees will be considered. Must be familiar with MS Office suite and comfortable with learning new software.
Stipend: $2,750 – made possible by a grant from the ExxonMobil Community Summer Jobs Program (CSJP) and administered by Volunteer Fairfax. The intern will be an employee of the Greater Reston Arts Center and will be required to participate in CSJP activities.
Organization: Founded in 1974, GRACE is a non-profit contemporary visual arts center whose mission is to enrich individual and community life by involving people of ages in today’s visual arts through arts education, curated exhibitions and a national fine arts festival. The GRACE summer internship offers you a full-range of experiences available in a non-profit contemporary arts center.
You’ll be a part of the professional team that:
• Curates professional art exhibitions
• Develops and produces educational programs for children and adults, including Art in the Schools program in 46 schools, summer art camp, and Explore More.
• Produces the Northern Virginia Fine Arts Festival a nationally ranked fine arts festival, held in Reston Town Center in May and attended by 50,000!
Interested? Send cover letter and resume by email, mail or fax by April 1, 2011 to:
Jeanne Loveland, Art in the Schools Director,