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    eStrategy Intern

    Department: eStrategy
    Reports to: Director of eStrategy
    Job Code: EINT

    Carnegie Hall seeks two eStrategy Interns. The interns will develop valuable skills and experience, as well as earn school credit (if applicable), by working as a member of Carnegie Hall’s eStrategy Department.   The interns will experience what it’s like to work in an digital department at a fast paced and dynamic arts institution by performing administrative tasks, attending department meetings, assisting with the development of online content and providing research and analytical support for the entire team.  The goals of the internship are: To become familiar with the daily operations of an in-house digital department. To learn about digital strategy, content creation and management, digital communications, such as social media, email and blog content. Exposure to and participation in strategic marketing and messaging for online arts audiences. 

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to the following:  Work on updating eStrategy content     schedules, production schedules and shared calendar. Create simple email templates as needed and update web pages. Maintain digital files and content assets on internal drives and external platforms such as YouTube and the Carnegie Hall FTP server. Provide research support for the eStrategy Director, reviewing digital trends and data and information on new developments in social media, mobile and tech industry.

      Qualifications: The interns are chosen based on academic background, professional skills, interests, and career goals. One academic semester (fall/spring/summer), up to 20 hours per week
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