You will have the opportunity to support the WVA President & CEO with implementing, coordinating, and managing diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) programs such as our signature series, IMPRINT. You will have the opportunity to be mentored, gain valuable hands-on experience, knowledge, and skills to bring creative ideas and diverse arts and cultural programming to our communities.
You will support the West Valley Arts President & CEO with:
- Specific programs needs:
- Follow up with calls and emails as directed
- Update forms/info as directed
- Managing program surveys
- Schedule interviews
- Research leads for events, teachers, acts, schools
- Support with pick up and drop off of supplies as necessary
- Able to support workshops, lectures, classes off site if need be
- Marketing needs:
- Assist in creating content for social media, direct mail, email
- Research and assist with developing marketing material
- Prepare detailed promotional presentations
- Monitor all social media platforms for trending news, ideas, and feedback
- Help with the planning, coordinating, and hosting events on or offsite
- Manage and update WVA’s customer relationship management systems (CRM)
- May perform other duties as assigned
- Familiarity and capability with Google Suite and other computer applications (ex: CRM)
- Able to assist with and create marketing presentations
- Have a flexible work schedule
- Adept in multitasking and ability to take initiative
- Hardworking and dedicated outlook
- Experience with content creation a plus, even if not professionally
- Ability to take direction and absorb information quickly
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Must have a passion in the arts and interest in promoting DEI programming
Internship will be one semester long; preference is for intern to commit to two semesters, if possible.
M, T, W, Th, F, anytime between 9-5pm (5-15 hours per week, depending on needs).
Working conditions will be on site and remote (depending on needs).