WORK AT OUTFEST
Outfest is an equal opportunity employer. Outfest strongly believes in strength in diversity and actively encourages applications from women, people of color, and all persons who support Outfest’s mission.
At Outfest, we value creativity and talents of our employees. We are committed to principles of equal employment opportunity for all employees and applicants and equality of access and treatment in services to our members and participants. We offer a dynamic and professional work environment in which duties and responsibilities may change. Employees are expected to be flexible and responsive to changes in the scope of their duties.
Due to the busy schedule of our organization, we request the following:
Apply only for job opportunities posted here.
No phone calls. Only qualified candidates will be contacted.
Outfest seeks motivated, enthusiastic individuals for various intern opportunities. Interns will be asked to take leadership roles and will be encouraged to add your own voice and talents to the organization. Want to learn how to drive the business of non-profits? Come join us.
Qualifications and Experience:
Internship candidates must possess strong writing and phone skills; must be self-motivated, positive, and well-organized team players. Computer knowledge is required, including but not limited to: Internet research, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft Excel.
Outfest requires a minimum commitment of 10-20 hours a week, between 10 a.m. and 6 p.m., Monday through Friday. Internship schedules are variable, and each intern will work with the department supervisor to build a schedule that works and also meets the needs of the department. All Outfest internships may be eligible for college credit.
Graphic Design Intern
Graphic Design will assist Individual Giving Coordinator, Corporate Relations Manager and Communications Coordinator with design and creation of marketing campaign materials for all of Outfest’s core programs (including Outfest Los Angeles, Outfest Fusion, Legacy Awards, and Outfest Forward) as well as assisting with the fulfillment of sponsorship activations. The intern will also create unique designs for upcoming events that will be featured on the Outfest website, related social networks, and mass emails. This is a great opportunity to gain exposure in both non-profit and LGBT community. graphic design intern will also receive hands-on experience in all aspects of messaging, public relations and brand marketing.
- Website Graphics
- Social Media Graphics
- Email Marketing Graphics
New Media Intern
New Media Intern will help support those responsible for basic in-office IT support; working as a liaison between Media consultants; oversee all web updates; assisting in campaign e-communication and managing e-communication; helping maintain various social media platforms; additional responsibilities assigned by Senior Director External Affairs and Communications Coordinator. New Media intern responsibilities include helping build & maintain e-communication, maintain weekly e-communication stats, updating website(s), assisting with maintaining social media platforms, and general office responsibilities.
Please send a cover letter and resume to Magali Virula at email@example.com. Please indicate your internship preferences with your resume. If you have questions please submit via email.