Assist with developing and implementing educational programming for the largest and longest-running environmental film festival in the U.S.
The Educational Outreach Director of the Environmental Film Festival in the Nation’s Capital, the largest and longest-running environmental film festival in the U.S., seeks an intern for Spring 2017 to assist with the development and planning of educational programming for the Festival. The Festival will take place from March 14-26, 2017 with year-round screenings also scheduled prior to the Festival window.
The internship is unpaid, and students receiving course credit are welcome. The Spring internship runs from January through April/May. Hours are flexible.
- Researching educational opportunities, film, and curriculum
- Updating teachers/education partners on latest film programs and curriculum available to libraries and schools
- Develop content for Educational Outreach webpage
- Determining appropriate films for school age groups
- Assist with the promotion of film programs and workshops by distributing press materials and pitches, posting information online, email marketing and other outreach
- Education background
- Excellent writing skills
- Excellent oral communication
- Accuracy in attention to detail
- Demonstrated interest in film, the environment, and educating youth
To apply, please send your resume and cover letter to Arjumand Hamid, Arjumand@dceff.org before Jan. 20, 2017.