This internship seeks students with a passion for musical theater and design to experience a cross-section of work in the graphic design projects of an international theater licensing and music publishing company. Intern will work as part of Marketing department, creating and assisting on design for print, social media, the company website, and new product offerings: www.rnh.com/artwork.

Intern will learn through a range of projects, such as advertisements, visual research, adaptation of show artwork for social media templates, and presentation layout. Depending on experience, video projects and training may be integrated with internship. Intern will work mainly with the Director of Marketing and Digital Media and Digital Media Assistant, as well as other members of the staff for specific projects. Candidate will be included in discussions of design strategy.

Schedule: Flexible part-time hours, full-time potential

Salary: Unpaid, school credit required.

Requirements:  Computer and strong communication skills are a must. Knowledge of musical theater and Broadway preferred. Pleasant and enthusiastic attitude. Fluency in Adobe Photoshop required. Please also indicate any experience with InDesign, Illustrator, Final Cut, and other design programs.

If interested, please contact Director of Social Media and Marketing, Dana Siegel, at dana@rnh.com.
Please include a resume, a link to work samples, and a brief cover letter detailing interest and availability.

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