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Programming And Special Events Intern

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2112 Chicago , IL 60290

Posted 3 months ago

2112 seeks bright young professionals that value creativity, hard work, and passion.
As an intern for Chicagos only creative incubator, participants of 2112s intern program can expect to learn from some of our citys most exciting music, film, and tech startups and entrepreneurs.
Requirements: Students are required to work 15-25 hours a week Interns will be required to attend at least one outside event per month.
This can be anything from attending a related presentation or networking event around the city.
Interns will be matched with a 2112 startup that corresponds with their interest to spend one week per month interning for a startup.
Bi-weekly presentations on project progress.
Interns are required to attend a mentor session every other week Interns are required to attend at least one event at 2112 per week To apply please send resume and cover letter to Application Deadlines Fall Semester: September 15th Spring Semester:
November 15th Summer: March 15th Interviews by the 30th of the month in which the deadline occurs.
Internship offers will be sent within two weeks of the interview.
Programming and Special Events Intern Reports to Director of Strategic Initiatives 2112 seeks an Events Intern to aid in the planning, execution and promotion of 2112s events to the public and 2112s community including mentors, education and industry partners according to organizations goals and priorities.

Support 2112 leadership on the planning of all events Assist with the development of marketing and communication materials Tracking and report on event metrics including attendance, demographics, and potential for new member acquisition Responsible for all event logistics including pre-event setup, food & beverage (if applicable) A/V, guest check-in, signage, etc Assist throughout the event as needed, ensure breakdown of event and cleanliness of event space Record and archive educational programming

A high degree of responsibility, initiative, and professionalism Working towards a Bachelor's degree in Marketing, business administration, management, or related coursework Strong written and verbal communication skills Ability to connect well with people; warm and approachable Exceptional time management skills Ability to work independently and in a collaborative environment Ability to work nights and some weekends as event schedule dictates Knowledge of entertainment industry preferred Have an understanding of social media platforms and web based communications Ability to work in a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment that requires multi-tasking and working cooperatively with others Please Note: Employment Status This is an unpaid internship.
2112/Fort Knox Studios do not guarantee employment after the completion of the internship.
By entering into this internship program, both the intern and employer understand that the intern is not eligible for wages or benefits.
Participation in the internship program is considered a voluntary, educational experience.
Please, no phone calls.
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