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2020 Milwaukee Film Features Programming Internship - Milwaukee Film, Part-Time Seasonal Position

2020 Milwaukee Film Shorts Programming Internship - Milwaukee Film, Part-Time Seasonal Position

2020 Milwaukee Film Children's Programming Internship - Milwaukee Film, Part-Time Seasonal Position

 

 

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FEATURES PROGRAMMING INTERN

OVERVIEW

Milwaukee Film is currently seeking applications for a Features Programming intern. This intern is expected to work a total of roughly 200 hours from late March through early August and report to the Programming Administration Director. All hours must be worked during our office hours (9am-5pm, Monday-Friday) and must be completed onsite in our downtown Milwaukee office. Hours will average 10 hours per week based on schedule availability. Weekly schedules will be determined in March.

 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Researching feature films
  • Processing film submissions and other data entry
  • Participating in the programming selection process
  • Pre-screening submitted films
  • Assisting with Screening Committees

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Passion for independent/international cinema and film festival culture
  • Upper level undergraduate students, graduate students, or recent graduate focused on Film Production, Film Study, or a related field
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Attention to detail and ability to multitask
  • Basic research skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to work independently
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
  • Voracity for learning about our organization and others like it
  • Understanding of how this internship will help develop skills for one’s own educational or career goals
  • Knowledge of database software is helpful, but not required

 

SALARY & BENEFITS

This is a seasonal position paid at a rate of $11 an hour. Interns can also expect to receive a pass to attend the Milwaukee Film Festival, earn class credit where applicable, and learn valuable insights about the process of running an international film festival and non-profit cultural organization. No other benefits are offered.

 

TO APPLY

  1. Fill out the application HERE  
  2. Send a cover letter and one-page resume to our HR Department, at HR@mkefilm.org. You’ll receive an email confirming receipt of your complete application within two business days. (You can also email HR if you have any questions. We're happy to help!)

 

The deadline to apply is Monday February 17, 2020 and interviews will be conducted in late February/early March, as applications are processed. All applicants will be informed of decisions by March 23, 2020.

 


SHORTS PROGRAMMING INTERN

 

OVERVIEW

Milwaukee Film is currently seeking applications for a Shorts Programming intern. This intern will work a total of roughly 200 hours from late March through early August and report to the Programming Administration Director. All hours must be worked during our office hours (9am-5pm, Monday-Friday) and must be completed onsite in our downtown Milwaukee office. Hours will average 10 hours per week based on schedule availability. Weekly schedules will be determined in March.

 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Researching short films
  • Assisting in correspondence with filmmakers
  • Processing film submissions and other data entry
  • Assisting in the programming selection process
  • Pre-screening submitted short films
  • Assisting with Screening Committees

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Passion for the short film art form along with a general knowledge of independent film and film festivals
  • Upper-level undergraduate or graduate student majoring in Film or a media-related field (or recent graduate)
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Attention to detail and ability to multitask
  • Basic research skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to work independently
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
  • Voracity for learning about our organization and others like it
  • Understanding of how this internship will help develop skills for one’s own educational or career goals
  • Knowledge of database software is helpful, but not required

 

SALARY & BENEFITS

This is a seasonal position paid at a rate of $11 an hour. Interns can also expect to receive a pass to attend the Milwaukee Film Festival, earn class credit where applicable, and learn valuable insights about the process of running an international film festival and non-profit cultural organization. No other benefits are offered.

 

TO APPLY

  1. Fill out the application HERE 
  2. Send a cover letter and one-page resume to our HR Department, at HR@mkefilm.org. You’ll receive an email confirming receipt of your complete application within two business days. (You can also email HR if you have any questions. We're happy to help!)

 

The deadline to apply is Monday February 17, 2020 and interviews will be conducted in late February/early March, as applications are processed. All applicants will be informed of decisions by March 23, 2020.

 


CHILDREN'S PROGRAMMING INTERN

OVERVIEW

Milwaukee Film is currently seeking applications for a Children’s Programming intern. This intern will work a total of roughly 145 hours from late March through early August and report to the Programming Administration Director. All hours must be worked during our office hours (9am-5pm, Monday-Friday) and must be completed onsite in our downtown Milwaukee office. Hours will average 7 hours per week based on schedule availability. Weekly schedules will be determined in March.

 

DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Researching children’s film festivals
  • Assisting in correspondence with filmmakers
  • Processing film submissions and other data entry
  • Assisting in the programming selection process
  • Pre-screening submitted films
  • Assisting with Screening Committees

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Interest in film and other media geared toward young people
  • General knowledge of independent film and film festivals
  • Upper-level undergraduate or graduate student majoring in Education, Film, English, or an education or media-related field (or recent graduate)
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • Attention to detail and ability to multitask
  • Basic research skills
  • Knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Ability to work independently
  • Exceptional written and oral communication skills
  • Voracity for learning about our organization and others like it
  • Understanding of how this internship will help develop skills for one’s own educational or career goals
  • Knowledge of database software is helpful, but not required

 

SALARY & BENEFITS

This is a seasonal position paid at a rate of $11 an hour. Interns can also expect to receive a pass to attend the Milwaukee Film Festival, earn class credit where applicable, and learn valuable insights about the process of running an international film festival and non-profit cultural organization. No other benefits are offered.

 

TO APPLY

  1. Fill out the application HERE 
  2. Send a cover letter and one-page resume to our HR Department, at HR@mkefilm.org. You’ll receive an email confirming receipt of your complete application within two business days. (You can also email HR if you have any questions. We're happy to help!)

 

The deadline to apply is Monday February 17, 2020 and interviews will be conducted in late February/early March, as applications are processed. All applicants will be informed of decisions by March 23, 2020.