Events Production Internships
We are looking for interns who are interested in gaining experience in event production to work specifically at our popular and celebrated program of literary events.
The internship is split into two: (1) planning and programming, and (2) production. These two elements run concurrently.
You will learn the processes that go into researching and planning a program of events, marketing and publicity methods, as well as how to set up, run, and break down events.
Responsibilities include assisting setup (A/V, refreshments, book selling, etc.), and execution of events (audience control, photography, videotaping, reception, etc.).
A background or interest in event planning, and/or theater production would be helpful, as well as knowledge of A/V. Some heavy lifting is necessary for the position.
This internship is a great way to gain experience in event production, and connect to an amazing line-up of authors, editors, and publishers.
This is a nonpaying position, but qualifies for college credit, and interns have access to:
- Our extensive fiction library,
- Study space,
- Use of our Writers Studio, and
- 10% off in our bookstore.
The days of the internship are flexible, and on event days the hours are 5PM til 9PM.
Interested candidates should email email@example.com, with a brief cover letter and resume. Please include the title of the internship in the subject line.
Essential Job Functions: Research and planning, publicity and marketing, execution of regular author, music, and other events; setting up book sale table and handling sales; breaking down event space.
Schedule: PT, afternoon and evening—8-15 hours per week.
Qualifications: Interest in books and/or event production; professional communication and interpersonal skills; strong social media skills a plus, but not required!
This internship runs from February through May.
The Center for Fiction is looking for summer interns (beginning mid-May), or fall interns (beginning September). This is an unpaid position but can be taken for school credit.
Interns will help maintain the Center's 85,000-volume library and independent bookstore, gain experience in original and copy cataloging of materials, circulation, weeding, readers advisory, and work with our nineteenth-century collection. Interns will also help with our roster of readings and events. This internship requires a minimum commitment of two five-hour shifts per week. All interns will receive a free year’s membership to the Center for Fiction (a value of $120), which includes borrowing privileges and discounts on classes and book purchases. Applicant must be matriculating students enrolled at a degree-granting institution.
Interested candidates should email the head librarian Jon Michaud at firstname.lastname@example.org with a copy of their resume and cover letter. Please put “internship” in the subject line of the e-mail.