AMERICAN CINEMATHEQUE LOOKING FOR STAFF SUPPORT/ASSISTANCE
The American Cinematheque offices located at our flagship venue, the historic Egyptian Theatre in Hollywood, is looking for an enthusiastic intern/volunteer to support the Manager of our Office, Special Events, Donations and Volunteer services. The ideal candidate would enjoy working in a creative environment, have excellent communication skills, be self-motivated and flexible; as well as being computer savvy and detail oriented. Duties include data entry, managing the Microsoft Outlook calendar, preparing and editing documents in Microsoft Word, supply orderingand all manner of general assistance. This position requires a two orthree day per week, four hour per day commitment, for a period of at least six months.
The world-renowned American Cinematheque is a non-profit, cultural organization dedicated to all moving image art forms - film, television and emerging film arts. If you are interested in any aspect of the Film and Entertainment industry or simply love movies - this is likely to be the right volunteer/intern situation for you!
No phone calls please - e-mails only. Tell us about yourself - and include your resume and telephone number. We will get back to you as soon as possible. Really.
We have an on-going need for volunteers in all of our departments; many of those opportunities are also listed with Volunteer Match. And, you can check us out at:
About American Cinematheque
6712 Hollywood Blvd, Hollywood, CA 90028, US
Established in 1983, the American Cinematheque is a non-profit, viewer supported film exhibition and cultural organization dedicated to the celebration of the moving picture in all of its forms.
The American Cinematheque is a non-profit, viewer supported film and video exhibition organization that celebrates the moving image in all of its forms. Our diverse programming includes everything from tributes to great filmmakers and actors past and present, to the newest films in world cinema, music videos, special format films that push the limits of motion picture technology into the next century - and more!