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GRAMMY Museum® Mississippi offers internships to help further our education mission, which is to “Use music as a gateway to learning; inspiring and cultivating creativity, critical thinking and self-expression."

 

INTERN POSITIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

Administration/Operations Intern

  • Assist with daily museum operations
  • Assist with office management projects and tasks
  • Assist in research for Museum content

Production/Public Programs Intern

  • Edit public program videos and events for future publicity purposes
  • Operate visual/audio equipment for different events and programs
  • Assist with exhibit interactives, software, and hardware
  • Assist in troubleshooting interactives

Education/Public Programs Intern

  • Support and assist with implementation and production of educational and public programs presented by GRAMMY Museum Mississippi Education & Public Programs department
  • Assist Education & Public Programs Manager with management, design, and/or instruction of education workshops presented by the Museum
  • Assist Education & Public Programs Manager with providing External Affairs Manager the updated schedule of Education & Public Programs events and all language to be used for website, social media and communications

Marketing/Communications Intern

  • Lead effort to improve our main communication tools that are used to engage with our visitors and members
  • Assist in reaching social media goals (including reach and website traffic)
  • Assist in marketing campaigns to attract and engage with Museum visitors

Museum Sales Intern

  • Analyze current sales results, customer satisfaction, and processes for Museum sales departments and identify opportunities for growth
  • Identify new sales leads for Museum sales departments and strategize on the best methods to reach these groups
  • Create promotions and campaigns that will drive interest for Museum sales departments

Hospitality/Special Events Intern

  • Assist with the planning and coordination (management and set-up) of Facility Rental events that include meetings, banquets, dinners, receptions, lectures, and corporate functions
  • Assist in event communication including timelines, calendars, reports, diagrams, and vendor assignments
  • Identify potential Facility Rental leads and potential marketing campaigns to support the financial responsibility for the Facility Rental department

TIMELINE

Summer – June 1st through August 1st

  •  Application Deadline – May 1st  

  •  Offer Letters Issued – May 8th

Fall – September 1st through December 1st

  • Application Deadline – July 21st  

  • Offer Letters Issued – August 1st

Spring – February 1st through May 1st

  • Application Deadline – November 1st  

  • Offer Letters Issued – December 1st 

Details regarding start date and weekly schedule will be determined by each intern’s direct supervisor.


REQUIREMENTS

  • Submit an online application

  • Work a minimum of 150 hours

  • Be willing to work in a highly professional and fast paced environment


click here  to submit an internship application