Intern Charles Miro-Quesada from Monserrat College of Art
WENHAM MUSEUM MARKETING INTERN – Spring 2017
Wenham Museum in Wenham, MA is seeking a Marketing Intern for the Spring 2016 semester to join its dynamic and energetic team. The Marketing Intern assists the Wenham Museum Marketing Manager with promotion of museum exhibitions, events and programs.
Writing press releases for newspapers, magazines and websites; designing mass promotional marketing collateral and emails using Constant Contact to promote upcoming museum events and exhibitions. Collaborate on print, social media and radio campaigns for upcoming exhibitions, programs and events. The Marketing Intern is also responsible for maintaining records relating to departmental activities, files, and press clippings.
Excellent written, interpersonal communication skills and the ability to represent the Wenham Museum in a professional manner are necessary. Ability to perform multiple tasks quickly and work independently, with moderate supervision. Expertise in general computer skills, Microsoft Office Suite (Word, Excel, Power Point), and PhotoShop are required. Familiarity with website content management, WordPress, Constant Contact, and graphic design skills are a plus.
Contact Wenham Museum Director of External Affairs, Peter G. Gwinn, by e-mail or phone at 978-468-2377 ext. 127.
The Wenham Museum is a family-friendly museum of childhood and New England family life located on Boston’s North Shore since 1922. The museum’s collections include model trains, a world-renowned doll collection, vintage dollhouses, a costume and textile collection, antique toys, historic photographs and the National Historic Register Claflin-Gerrish-Richards House. Sixteen annual rotating exhibits and related family programming help to interpret the museum’s mission to protect, preserve and interpret the artifacts of childhood, domestic life, and the history and culture of Boston’s North Shore.
An internship at the Wenham Museum provides students an opportunity to contribute to the preservation of the history of Boston’s North Shore.