Digital Media/Graphic Design Intern

Organizational Philosophy/Hierarchy of Responsibility:

The Lincoln Children’s Museum is a high-quality work environment that emphasizes individual accountability in making the entire organization successful.  All staff members, be they full-time, part-time, paid or volunteer, have a critical role to play.  To promote this mindset, the following hierarchy applies to all staff:

  1. Your first responsibility is the success of the whole.
  2. Your second responsibility is the success of your peers.
  3. Your third responsibility is the success of your individual role.

If each staff member truly embodies this mindset, the Lincoln Children’s Museum will enjoy continued and sustained success.

Position Overview:

The Digital Media Intern will  assist in maintaining Lincoln Children's Museum's archive of digital images, videos, and other content. The intern will learn how to reach communities, and promote events or programs through the internet and gain experience in social media, photography and graphic design. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Assist the Multimedia Specialist and/or other staff with various day to day responsibilities.
  • Create and maintain content for Lincoln Children’s Museum website.
  • Create and maintain content/graphics for Lincoln Children’s Museum website or internal marketing.
  • Posts updates, news and announcements in a timely manner using appropriate content. Performs research to find articles, stories, resources, or other content that is relevant to our membership base and posts it to social media in a manner that invites conversation and interaction.
  • Assist with special events.
  • Assist with Lincoln Children’s Museum Newsletter, Fingerprints.
  • Takes pictures and videos of events and activities to be developed into content for the Museum website and social media pages.
  • Organizes and archives digital images and videos.
  • Completes other digital media projects as assigned.

Requirements:

  • A commitment to the mission of Lincoln Children’s Museum.
  • Familiarity with mainstream social media platforms, including but not limited to Facebook, Twitter, Google+ and LinkedIn.
  • Experience with Microsoft applications, basic photo-editing and video-editing software, and internet browsers. Experience with Adobe CS4-CC (Photoshop, InDesign or Illustrator) is highly desired.
  • Self-motivated, detail-oriented with strong written, verbal & organizational skills.
  • Dependability, flexibility, and ability to maintain confidentiality.
  • Specific days and number of hours are flexible and can be negotiated.
  • Some evenings and weekends will be required during special events.

To Apply:

Please submit resume and cover letter to bboseck@lincolnchildrensmuseum.org or mail to:
Lincoln Children’s Museum 
Attn: Bronson Boseck
1420 P St. 
Lincoln, NE 68508

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