Jobs & Internships
Experience for Aspiring Music/Arts/Marketing Professionals
NAMA is seeking an intern who is interested in learning about arts and music marketing, and gaining experience in the field. You will become familiar with marketing, public relations, social media for a concert and branding, and will experience an emphasis in fundraising, special events and budget management.
Internship is part-time (20-30 hours per week), unpaid opportunity that is intended to complement a student’s program of study or other employment. Some of the intern’s hours may involve nights and weekends. Upon acceptance, interns develop a personalized schedule based on their availability. Internship is available starting in June 2013 and culminating in the fall of 2013 after our first ever benefit concert event FishStock.
Interns have the opportunity to gain valuable career experience. Academic credit for college or university is possible upon request, however, because NAMA is not an accredited higher education institution, college credit must be granted by the intern’s current college or university.
Primary internship responsibilities and activities include the following, and special projects as assigned:
- Effectively working with staff and volunteer on multiple special projects
- Exposure to a non-profit organization
- Assistance at special events
- Providing superior service to donors, patrons and sponsors
- Hands-on experience in fundraising and special events
- Assistance with preparation for fundraising events
- Implementation of fundraising events
Familiarity with Microsoft Office Suite (specifically Excel), attention to detail, professional demeanor and exceptional customer service skills. Knowledge of Adobe Design Suite is a plus.
North Shore of Massachusetts, or the ability to travel to the North Shore on a regular basis.
How to Apply
Start date is negotiable. This is an unpaid internship. To be considered for this internship, please send the following to internships (a) namanet (org) org by June 15, 2013:
- Cover letter
- Resume, including school, degree and major
- Two letters of recommendation, one from your educational institution
- Any previous materials designed for PR, social media, marketing, etc.
Social Networking & Digital Media Intern
Is Facebook a verb for you? Do your thumbs do most of the walking? Interested in applying your social change values to the ocean? We may have an internship just for you! NAMA is a small organization doing some pretty big work and fighting some pretty big guns. Our Who Fishes Matters campaign is gaining ground in the fight against the industrialization of our ocean. Through online social networks and other web tools, you will support our grassroots efforts to sustain this work by recruiting, organizing and mobilizing people to take action.
Use online tools like Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest, YouTube, Flickr, and blogs to promote and publicize our work. Recruit and engage online activists to turn them into on-the-ground activists! You will also work with our staff to update our website with press, blogs, events, etc. and write content.
Familiarity with blogs, online social networks such as Twitter and Facebook, Flickr, YouTube and other “web 2.0” tools. Excellent written and verbal communications skills. Strong online research skills.
This is the virtual world and you can potentially work from anywhere! But we do require occasional human contact with our staff in Gloucester, Massachusetts.
How to Apply
Start date is negotiable. This is an unpaid internship. To be considered for this internship, please send a cover letter letting us know why you are the right person for this internship along with your resume to internships (a) namanet (org) org by June 15, 2013.