Interns learn administrative practices, management skills, and fundraising strategies associated with the film, media arts industry and the running of an educational not-for-profit 501(c)(3) organization.
General experience includes database management, film entry screening evaluations, fundraising, public relations, community outreach, production coordination and event planning.
Applicants with extensive knowledge of relevant software systems will be able to expound upon their experience editing web pages, doing design layout and editing photo and video libraries.
Interns will work scheduled hours at the festival's year round office in Woodstock, or on-site for special events and during festival operations.
**WFF is now seeking fall interns for its Photography department. Interns will be responsible for working hand in hand with the press department to gather photos from WFF photographers on a daily basis and upload them to the festival website after adding captions and cropping photos if necessary. Interns will also be responsible for distributing photos to the press department to be shared on social media. Candidates must have excellent Photoshop and/or Aperture skills and a good eye for photography.