Digital Media Fellowship
Applications for the spring 2018 fellowship are currently closed. Please check back here in the spring to apply for the summer 2018 term.
The Digital Marketing and New Media Fellowship provides a unique opportunity for those interested in a career in the arts, design, and technology to receive a complete overview of the workings of a digital media department. The Fellow will assist division staff with the implementation of digital marketing and new media campaigns for a roster of leading classical artists. Specific responsibilities include publishing content to websites and social media platforms, working with e-newsletter platforms, drafting website and social media copy, and uploading images and videos to websites and social media. The position is available for a term of four to five months (January-May 2017).
The ideal candidate will possess excellent writing skills and a strong knowledge of classical music. A working familiarity with content management systems (especially WordPress) is preferred, as is experience with basic HTML and the Adobe Creative Suite. Knowledge of one or more foreign languages is a plus.
(end of August through end of December with a commitment of 25 hours per week)
(early January through mid-May with a commitment of 25 hours per week)
(mid May through end of August with a commitment of 25 hours per week)
The fellowship program provides an opportunity for those interested in a career in the arts to receive a complete overview of the workings of a marketing and public relations organization, while being in touch with some of the most renowned figures in the cultural sphere. Fellows assist in several phases of operation within the company and work closely with members of the 21C Media Group team.
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All resumes received for specific positions will be kept on file for one year. Due to the volume of mail received, we are unable to respond to telephone inquiries regarding application status.