Kennedy Center Marketing Internship

Marketing– Strategy & Research

The Marketing Intern actively participates in developing marketing strategy for current productions; researches, writes, and maintains marketing summaries for upcoming season; assists in planning and implementing cultivation strategies for MyTix, the Kennedy Center’s Millennial program;  helps manage affinity and outreach marketing; and assists the marketing staff as needed. Candidates should have some marketing experience, a passion for the performing arts, excellent problem solving skills, ability to communicate clearly and effectively, and a high level of organization.

Development- Corporate and Foundations Relations

Each year, the Corporate and Foundation Relations (CFR) team raises approximately $20 million from corporations, foundations, and government organizations in support of the artistic and educational programming of the Center, NSO, and WNO. This includes the Teaching, Learning, and Partnership programs; Career Development programs; Performances and Events for Young People and Families; the Center’s dance, ballet, jazz, and theater seasons; the NSO’s classical and pops series; the WNO’s productions, and the Corporate Fund. The CFR Intern will help the larger CFR team fundraise for these programs by researching new donors and creating informational briefings; drafting and/or preparing solicitations; following-up on outstanding solicitations; and drafting acknowledgement letters. The CFR Intern will also be invited to attend appropriate program-specific meetings and help the CFR assistants with administrative work.

To apply please email your resume to intership@kennedy-center.org

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Ashley Crute is the assistant director of career services for George Mason University's School of Business.

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