EUNIC Washington DC: Culture and Communications Intern for Baltimore

on 5th May, 2013 at 6:25 AM CEST

DEADLINE: 15 May 2013 / next: 15 October 2013


  • The intern must be EU citizen.
  • The intern will be under an Education Visa and will be responsible for his/hers visa fees, health insurance and transport to the USA
  • The internship periods will start on March 1st 2013 and end on July 31st 2013
  • This is an unpaid position with a stipend of 220€/month
  • Monthly Transit Pass for Baltimore provided
  • Housing provided at the Maryland Institute College of Art
 3-5 months internship in EUNIC Washington in the field of culture and communication        


Job Description   The Culture and Communications Intern is a three to five month internship and will be based in Baltimore at the Baltimore Office of Promotion &The Arts. The primary responsibilities of this position are to assist in the administration of the culture program and communication activities, coordination of film programs and panel discussion and provide related support to the Cultural Affairs Assistant Director (BOPA) and work as liaison with the EUNIC in Washington DC. Duties include, but are not limited to:   The intern will liaise between EUNIC members and the Baltimore Office of Promotion and the Arts. He/she will assist in the coordination of the initiative, logistics and communications.   Duties include, but are not limited to:   Responsibilities

  • Assists in the daily administration of “Transit” initiative including:
    • Assisting in the coordination of meetings
    • Composes & edits correspondence
    • Assists in the maintenance of files
    • Researches information and data on Europe and cooperates with the European Embassies in Washington to receive information about Europe and places it on the website of this project
  • Assists in the coordination of meetings, including:
    • Recording and transcribing of meeting minutes
  • Assists in communication of meeting updates, agendas, and minutes.
  • Assists in the communications
    • Creates communications materials
    • Updates “Transit” website
    • Posts information on social media to relay program information as needed
  • Assists in event management
    • Keeps contact with stakeholders in programs (such as the residency, film, panels) such as representatives of Arts & Entertainment Districts of Baltimore, MICA and others
    • Coordinate the logistics of event planning including working with, host locations, artists…
    • Prepare data and information for the residency program offered to artists and experts in urban development,

  Required knowledge, skills and abilities The ideal candidate is a curious and independent and communicative individual.

  • Fluent in English
  • Cultural management or communications student
  • Ability to coordinate multiple partnerships project

Internship opportunity


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