CFA Internship Available

Mark McCloughan ’10 writes to tell us about the Creative Campus Internship, which is available this fall (and next spring) through the CFA:

Creative Campus Internship
Center for the Arts

10-12 hours per week at a rate of $9/hr

Available Fall Semester ’09 and Spring Semester ’10. Preference given to candidates who can commit to the full year.

The Center for the Arts seeks a student with excellent web skills to serve as the Creative Campus Intern for the 2009-2010 academic year. The student will be responsible for archiving and disseminating information about Wesleyan’s Creative Campus initiatives by working with ITS and CFA staff to create a new, lively interactive site that will archive our work with the Center for Creative Research, the Feet to the Fire initiative, and other collaborative campus efforts. The intern will report to the CFA Director, and work with CFA and ITS staff to create the site. Responsibilities include assisting with the design of the site; gathering information and writing segments for the site; loading information, images and video onto the site; and creating protocols for maintaining the site. Intern will create DVD compilations of upcoming CFA presentations to be featured on the Box Office screens at Usdan and assist in the creation of the newly redesigned CFA website. Intern will also oversee documentation of current Creative Campus activities and take on special projects as assigned.

Experience in web design and website maintenance including knowledge of Adobe Dreamweaver and Photoshop, XHTML and CSS. Experience in videotaping and editing including knowledge of Apple Final Cut Pro. Excellent writing skills. Ability to meet deadlines and communicate clearly with campus and artist partners.

Send cover letter and resume via e-mail to Pamela Tatge, Director, Center for the Arts, (ptatge@wes) by Friday, September 11.

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