The Bildner Center’s programs and activities are funded in part by Rutgers University and are largely supported by private contributions. Community support has been vital to the Center’s dynamic development of academic scholarship and community outreach. Your support is critical to the continued growth of the Bildner Center and Jewish Studies.
For information on how to sponsor a named professorship, fellowships for visiting scholars, student scholarships,or research initiatives through donations of cash, stock, bequests, annuities, or other methods of gift giving, please contact:
Allison Sachs Klein, Director of Development
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Rutgers Jewish Film Festival Student Internship
Spring Internship 2014 - Film Research & Film Festival planning
The annual Rutgers Jewish Film Festival features international films and special guests, including directors and scholars. This highly anticipated fall event is attended by over 5,000 members of the Rutgers community and the general public. Year-round planning goes into making the ten-day festival a success.
- Research potential films (film festival websites, reviews, referrals, etc.)
- Create a document summarizing research
- Organize and input film festival committee reviews
- Organize online file of films shown in past Rutgers Jewish Film Festivals
- Research new ways to promote festival online
- Propose effective use of social media – off season
- Review other festival websites and propose new ideas for our site
Skills required: Proficient in Microsoft Word and Excel; detail oriented; excellent research skills; organized; able to work independently; social media experience preferred
Work 6-8 flexible hours per week. Pay: $10 per hour
Interns will acquire research, marketing and event planning experience. Ideal candidates must be detail oriented, creative, and able to work independently. No Jewish background required. All majors are encouraged to apply.
This may lead to an internship position in Fall 2014.