Digital Media Intern
The Phillips Collections Internship program is open to full-time undergraduate students, full-time graduate students and recent graduates. The purpose of the internship program is to offer students and recent graduates meaningful work, educational experiences, and real-life practice in their fields of academic study and/or interest.
The Digital Media Intern works with members of the Communications and Marketing, and IT departments.
Duration: A minimum of eight continuous weeks and at least 16 hours per week is preferred. Internship length and schedule may vary depending on the needs of the department.
Academic Credit: Depending on the nature of the internship and approval of the students college or university, academic credit may be granted for internships. Student applicants should consult their academic advisor for additional information.
*Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
Please submit a résumé, letter of interest, two letters of recommendation, and complete transcripts.
Potential candidates should have hands-on experience with:
•Multiple forms of digital media and their respective file types (video, images, audio, websites)
•X/HTML/5, CSS/3, and XML.
•Moderate to advanced knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite (Dreamweaver, Photoshop, Fireworks).
•Social media and content distribution platforms (Twitter, Facebook, Vimeo, Youtube).
•Mac and PC systems.
•Proficiency with Microsoft Word and Excel (or other comparable word processing/spreadsheet programs).
Familiarity with or working knowledge of:
•Web analytics (such as Google Analytics).
•Best practices, W3C standards, and Digital Trends.
•Content Management Systems.
•Digital Asset Management (working with image exif and metadata).
Paid Internship Info:
At least 16 hours per week is preferred. Internshi
A minimum of eight continuous weeks
Applications are accepted on a rolling basis.
The Phillips Collection
The Phillips Collection invites visitors to experience an extraordinary collection ranging from masterpieces of French impressionism and American modernism to art of the present day.
The museums founder, Duncan Phillips, used words like enchantment, joy-giving, and life-enhancing when he wrote about the experience of seeing art. By displaying superb modern works in an intimate setting, he hoped to encourage visitors to appreciate new, even challenging, forms of artistic expression.
Unusually for his time, Phillips saw American modern artists as fully equal to their European counterparts, often hanging their works side by side.
Today, the museums collection includes nearly 3,000 works by American and European artists�among them, Degas, C�zanne, Gauguin, van Gogh, Bonnard, Matisse, Picasso, Braque, Klee, Homer, Whistler, Hopper, Stieglitz, OKeeffe, Calder, Rothko, and many others. New pieces continue to be added, including a significant number of photographs in recent years.
Thank you for your interest in employment at The Phillips Collection.
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