Summer 2014: Museum Online Exhibitions and Programs Volunteer
Location: San Francisco, CA
Reports to: Digital Communications & Editorial Manager/Vice President of Exhibitions & Programs
The International Museum of Women is seeking an organized, tech-savvy, and enthusiastic intern to join our Exhibitions & Programs team in summer 2014. The intern will contribute to projects including our major upcoming online exhibition Ignite: Fueling Women in Science and Technology, and to a new crowd-sourced online campaign, Imagining the Future of Women’s Human Rights.
IMOW welcomes applications from individuals with interests in human rights, gender equity, media and arts for social change and/or community engagement and social justice. IMOW will work with applicants to ensure the placement meets internship goals and requirements. Priority will be given to applicants participating in academic-sponsored internship programs which offer course credit and/or internship stipends. This is an unpaid, voluntary position and IMOW cannot directly offer funding.
- Assist with editing and preparing community submissions for inclusion in the Imagining the Future of Women’s Human Rights online campaign.
- Contact artists and contributors on behalf of the museum to inform them of the status of their submission and oversee their deadline.
- Assist with the tracking, documenting, publication and quality assurance of multimedia content for the launch of the Ignite: Fueling Women in Science and Technology online exhibition using our CMS (Drupal).
- Conduct research and other special projects related to the planning and implementation of Ignite: Fueling Women in Science and Technology.
- Assist with outreach to artists, arts communities and global partners.
- Participate in planning the museum’s local events and salon speaker series.
- Take the lead on special reporting and tracking projects for funders and IMOW's internal use
- Make other site updates and assist with other programs projects as needed
- Interest in women’s human rights globally
- Tech-savvy and creative
- Excellent writing and editing skills
- Extremely organized and attentive to detail
- Experience with Microsoft Office suite
- Experience working with Google Docs online document sharing tool
- Experience with a Content Management System preferred though not required
To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to email@example.com. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Deadline: March 15, 2014.
The International Museum of Women (IMOW) aims to inspire creativity, awareness and action on vital global issues for women. IMOW is an innovative online museum that showcases art, stories and ideas to celebrate, inspire and advance the lives of women around the world. We are a global online community of 700,000 annual unique visitors and a participant base of 10,000 artistic content contributors, 40,000 e-news subscribers, 20,000 Facebook fans and 12,000 Twitter followers from more than 200 countries worldwide. IMOW is governed by a local Board of Directors of business and community leaders and receives strategic guidance from a Global Council that includes Mary Robinson, Zainab Salbi and Eve Ensler.
About the Imagining the Future of Women’s Human Rights Project
Imagining the Future of Women’s Human Rights, a crowd-sourced online campaign scheduled to be presented from May – September 2014, will showcase the creativity, imagination and ideas of global audiences. IMOW will ask the world’s women, “Are We Equal Yet?” and use their creative responses to galvanize mini-campaigns around critical issues such as money, family, violence and workplace equality.
About the Ignite: Women Fueling Science and Technology Project
The creativity, innovation and talent of women and girls are critical to fueling the fields of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM). Yet – despite increasing recognition that STEM is essential to the world’s economic growth – women globally are missing, under-represented and dropping out from STEM fields. The International Museum of Women intends to tackle the critical problem of women’s participation in STEM by inspiring and educating girls and young women through cutting edge multi-media art, video and digital story-telling.
Ignite: Women Fueling Science and Technology, a global online exhibition scheduled to launch in fall 2014, will showcase inspiring, global STEM role models, with content, stories and art sourced from women around the world. The result will be one of the world’s the richest global content repositories on women and STEM.