Development and Marketing Intern
ABOUT THE POSITION
As a Development and Marketing Intern, you will collaborate directly with our Development Director and Managing Director. This internship will help you acquire marketing and fundraising skills and provide you with knowledge of various strategies for engaging with an organization’s stakeholders.
RESPONSIBILITIES may include
Assist the Development Director in realizing the development plan of the organization.
Maintain and update the donor database.
Execute donor communications such as thank you letters and follow up phone calls.
Assist with the preparation, and day of support, for Mudlark’s annual benefit “Larkabout” (October 5, 2019).
Execute and plan marketing campaigns for special events, appeals, and productions.
DATES AND APPLICATION INFORMATION
Dates: The internship will run from early September 2019 through the end of January 2020.
Hours: 10 – 15 hours per week. Hours are flexible, primarily M-F, 9am – 5pm although there may be some evening/weekend commitments specifically attendance at our annual benefit on Saturday, October 5th between the hours of 4pm – 10pm at Temperance Brewery in Evanston.
Interested applicants should email resumes and a brief cover letter to Daisy Copeland, Development Director, at email@example.com. Application deadline is August 9, 2019.
Role: Mudlark is looking for teaching artists with strong backgrounds in improv and theatre, and a passion for working with youth. The ideal candidate has worked with elementary or middle school students in after school arts programs. A car is a plus, but not required as many of our schools are accessible by public transit.
Compensation: Per-class stipend.
Interested applicants should email resumes and cover letters to Felix at firstname.lastname@example.org.
ASSISTANT TEACHING ARTISTS
Dates: Immediately through Mid-May 2019
Times: Classes are approx. 1 hour, once a week between 3PM-5PM, in Evanston schools.
Role: We’re looking for assistant teaching artists with a strong background in acting and a passion for working with youth. The ideal candidate will have experience as an actor or improviser and at least some prior experience working with elementary and middle school students, as well as the goal of becoming a lead teaching artist. A car is a plus, but not required. Many of our schools are accessible by public transit.
Stipend available, depending on experience. Interested applicants should email resumes to Felix at email@example.com.