internship opportunity: 31st san francisco international asian american film festival

Are you a hard-working film lover who will hustle to help put together one of the best damn film festivals in the land? The Center for Asian American Media is on the lookout for enthusiastic individuals to join the CAAM Fam.

The 31st San Francisco International Film Festival is just around the corner and they've got some cool internship opportunities in marketing, outreach and event planning. Here's some more information about the festival internship:
The Center for Asian American Media seeks skilled, enthusiastic and dedicated individuals to assist with the planning and production of the San Francisco International Asian American Film Festival (SFIAAFF), which takes place mid-March, 2013. The internship consists of project-oriented tasks such as film research, database management, event planning, marketing, outreach, and archival work. These are part-time and unpaid positions (college credit may be available). Scheduling is flexible. The internship is best suited for a person willing to share and gain skills in the arenas of film programming, event planning, data management, and non-profit arts administration, with a sincere interest in Asian American and Asian media arts.
Take it from a former CAAM intern. This is a fantastic way to get connected with the Asian American film community on the ground level. For further information on the internship, go here. And for more internship opportunities at the Center for Asian American Media, see here.

angry archive