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  • Business, Entertainment, Journalism, Non-Profit, Political, Public Relations, Public Policy
  • Summer
  • New York, NY
  • 2014

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About The Creative Coalition: 

Headquartered in New York City. The Creative Coalition is the premier nonprofit, nonpartisan social and public education organization of the arts and entertainment industry. Founded in 1989 by prominent figures in the creative community, TCC educates leaders in the arts community on issues of public importance, specifically in the areas of First Amendment rights, arts advocacy and public education.

The Creative Coalition accepts applications from college students and recent graduates for internships. Interns work on a part-time, unpaid basis and receive practical experience in the general workings of a grassroots non-profit organization. The Creative Coalition is a 501(c)(3) public charity created to educate members of the entertainment industry and the public on issues of importance.

Requirements/Necessary Skills for Recruitment: 

Position & Responsibilities:

-Independent Films watch, critique, provide coverage for films for organization to support;
-Researching social and political issues ranging from First Amendment rights and arts advocacy to children's education
-Building relationships with foundations and the media;
-Event planning and execution;
-Member relations;
-Preparing documents for the public or media;
-Assisting with general business communications and office organization.

QUALIFICATIONS: One or More Years of College

Interns are expected to have excellent written and oral communication skills and be able to successfully balance multiple work assignments.

Interns need to have experience in the following areas:

Communication, press on events and programs;
Journalism, such as working on a newspaper or magazine;
Public Relations, such as developing newsletters, press releases and press kits;
Politics, such as political or grassroots campaigns and/or student government;
Public Policy, such as community service or volunteerism with a not-for-profit; or
Business, such as administrative skills or academic study

Hours Required: