The Idea Fund 2018-19 Internship


The Idea Fund 2018-19 internship (August 2018–May 2019) provides a university/college-enrolled student or young professional with a paid internship opportunity to work in non-profit arts administration. For more information about The Idea Fund and this internship visit the website. Applications are due by Sunday, July 1 (11:59PM)



Extremely Shorts Film Festival Internship

Aurora Picture Show provides a university college-enrolled or recent graduate with an internship opportunity to work in non-profit arts administration. This internship position will provide a range of experiences working with the management of our annual film festival, Extremely Shorts, showcasing film and video works under 3 minutes long from artists around the world.

The intern will assist with: 
• Submissions to Extremely Shorts Film Festival
• Communications with participating artists/filmmakers
• Organization, administrative, and data management assistance
• Reel building and media management assistance 
• Various customer assistance with festival events in late May 

Qualifications and Requirements: 
• Understand Aurora Picture show mission and objectives
• Eager to learn 
• Positive attitude and collaborative spirit
• Strong organizational and communication skills
• Commitment to working 5-10 hours per week 
• Experience with Adobe Photoshop, Premiere, Illustrator
• Available to assist with all festival public events in late May
• Start date: March 1, End date: May 27

Includes a stipend of $200 

How to Apply: DEADLINE February 1, 2019
Email a cover letter and resume outlining your educational background and past work experience to magsamen@aurorapictureshow.org. A cover letter should address why you are interested in the internship and what you hope to gain from this opportunity. Please include contact details for two references who are either professors or previous/current employers.