Overview

Capacity Interactive (CI), a digital marketing consulting firm with a focus on culture and the arts, is looking for a Boot Camp Intern.

We believe that the arts are an essential part of society and are vital to the strength of our communities. As the premier digital marketing consulting firm for culture and the arts, CI helps the arts flourish by partnering with the country’s leading cultural institutions to help them build audiences, engage community and market smarter. Our client portfolio includes such organizations as New York City Ballet, Goodman Theatre, The Kennedy Center, Carnegie Hall, and MFA, Houston. Annually, we host Digital Marketing Boot Camp for the Arts, the country’s leading digital marketing conference for the arts.

At CI, we strive to create an organization with no office politics and no personal agendas. We believe in transparency. We work hard, we’re all a bit nerdy, and we have a lot of fun. Together, we see lots of shows and know how to have a great time at happy hour. We are one of Crain’s 100 Best Places to Work in NYC.

Responsibilities:

While interning at CI, you will:

Complete Capacity Interactive University (CIU) – the same in-depth training program we use to onboard full-time staff on the foundations of digital marketing.

Learn and practice the fundamentals of marketing and operations strategy, supporting the Mark/Ops team. (No coffee runs here!)

Become an expert in event management platforms and tools.

Support the planning and execution of our  Digital Marketing Boot Camp for Arts Marketers including attendee outreach, marketing and operational support leading up to and at event.

The Ideal Candidate Possesses The Following:

You are/have:

A passion for the arts.

A sense of humor.

Flexibility and openness to take on new projects and tasks and work in an ever-changing and growing company.

Strong organizational, time management, and interpersonal skills.

Clear and effective communication skills.

An analytical mind; you’re a left-brained and right-brained thinker.

Strong writing and client communication skills.

Comfort and facility with numbers, statistics, and data entry.

Familiarity with event management and customer service.

Passion for streamlining and developing new systems.

Works well and can multitask under pressure.

You embody CI’s values: Openness, Happiness, Self-improvement, Measurement, Sharing, Partnership, Passion.

Distinguished by an inquisitive nature and a desire to learn.

Availability to attend regular planning meetings and work additional hours in weeks leading up to event (October 24th & 25th, 2019)

Details:

This internship will run from mid-Summer through October 31, 2019.  The Boot Camp intern will be paid $15 an hour and is expected to work out of our New York City office using their own laptop.

Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.  To apply, click here.

Last Updated: March 18, 2019