Seattle International Film Festival Publicity Internship

Publicity Intern
The publicity intern assists the Publicist in working with the local and national media to implement a strong and favorable publicity campaign for SIFF and its films. Specific responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Organize ticket requests and event invitations for press
  • Disseminate information to media
  • Identify media opportunities for print, online, and broadcast (TV, radio)
  • Arrange space for filmmaker interviews
  • Track, compile, and record press and media
  • Generate press notes and/or media kits for press screenings
  • Manage press clippings
  • Manage DVD screener library, including duplication, check-out, and tracking

Qualifications
All potential candidates must demonstrate the ability to take initiative, show good judgment, and manage projects from beginning to end. They must be able to demonstrate (a) excellent writing, editing, and proofreading skills; (b) exceptional ability to manage details, multitask in a fast-paced environment, and meet deadlines; and (c) work effectively both independently and as part of a team.

References should speak to the applicant’s sense of camaraderie, integrity, professionalism, responsibility, and flexibility.

Apply: kellybyke@siff.net Cover letter and resume

Public Relations Internship with Emily Sloan Clothing

About Emilie Sloan:
Everyday should be like Saturday . . . breakfast with friends, a trip to the farmers market, time for the gym. That’s the idea behind Emilie Sloan; stylish, durable, practical totes that bring a little Saturday into your everyday.  Emilie Sloan was founded by Lisa Murphy, who began designing and sewing vibrant rainproof totes to cope with the constant Seattle rain.  After her totes received numerous compliments and sold out quickly at a local boutique, Lisa decided to follow her entrepreneurial dream and started Emilie Sloan, named after her two daughters.  The custom-designed cotton fabric goes through an extensive lamination process, resulting in a beautiful soft matte-finish that women of all ages love!

Life . . . more elegant. 

More Specific Info:
Emilie Sloan started in a Seattle sewing room in Sept. 08 and has had tremendous growth since!  

Distribution: ES bags are now sold in over 750 stores in the US, Canada, New Zealand, Australia, and will soon be distributed in the UK and Japan.  Distribution and customer service is handled through a larger company, The Madison Park Group, located in a warehouse on Capitol Hill, near Seattle University. 

Press Received: Emilie Sloan was featured at a 2009 Emmy Awards Party, American Music Awards, Brides Magazine and Victoria Magazine. 

Sales: First year sales topped $500,000. last year, we are set to bring in over $1,000,000 in sales in 2010.

 What we are looking for:
We are looking for two or more people who can work together from 5-10 hours a week.  We need a press kit, press releases for each new release and open to any idea’s or things they have learned in school that can help us to grow the company and get the brand out into the market place.  We are very flexible as this is a non-paid, experience benefit, intern position.   Interns can write their own hours.   The opportunities for experience are endless with this fast growing company!

 Emilie Sloan 2010 catalog: http://www.flipbookserver.com/scripts/showbook.aspx?ID=10000316_322133

 To Apply: email a resume and brief statement of interest to:

 Designer/Owner Emilie Sloan
 lisa@emiliesloan.com   

www.emiliesloan.com   

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