About Cool Culture Cool Culture was founded in 1999 to address the absence of low-income families in the audiences of New York’s arts, cultural, and scientific institutions. By providing access to New York City’s cultural life for preschool children and their families, Cool Culture seeks to close the achievement gap and strengthen parents’ capacity to serve as their child’s first teacher, creating a path for them to become future audiences and supporters of culture and the arts. For more information, please visit file:///P:/NEW!%20Cool%20Culture%20Shared%20Documents/External%20Communications,%20PR%20&amp;%20Marketing/Communications/Internships/www.coolculture.org. Programs Internship This part-time internship is a fully hands-on experience with opportunities to be involved in the planning and implementation of the organization’s programming and communication efforts. This volunteer position will report to the Program Assistant to assist in administrative duties and data entry, creating cultural event calendars, as well as other opportunities within a non-profit environment. Projects include: * Assist with producing communications resources including print and e-newsletters to provide up-to-date information about fun, family programming to participating Cool Culture early childhood programs. * Assemble materials, assist with necessary data entry projects and other administrative tasks as needed * Work closely with the Program Assistant to create incentives for parent museum visits, and discuss other strategic initiatives of the organization * Perform volunteer outreach and volunteer management when needs arise * Attend museum education workshops and presentations * Assist in coordinating Cool Culture’s family events as well as other management needs during large-scale events * Opportunities to engage in social media projects Qualifications: * Detail oriented and a good project manager is a MUST!!! * Flexible working style; ability to work independently as well as part of a team * Ability to handle multiple projects in a fast-paced environment * Experienced with Microsoft Office programs- especially Microsoft Excel * A commitment to social justice, and Cool Culture’s mission of providing low- income families with access to cultural life in New York City * A strong work ethic and desire to learn in a nonprofit setting! Position Logistics: Candidates must be able to commit to a minimum of 12 hours per week; work schedules are flexible from Monday- Friday. In your application please include: resume and cover letter
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