The Education Department is seeking a motivated intern to support our Schools at the Festival (SATF) program in April.
The Youth Education Intern will assist the Director of Education and School Visit Coordinator in the preparation and implementation of all Schools at the Festival programming. Tasks will include helping preview films, coordinating outreach for Bay Area educators, developing curriculum materials, providing administrative support, assisting our virtual education screening & classroom visits, and providing any additional support to the Education Department as needed.
This is an unpaid internship from February 1 to April 30. While the role is mostly remote, Bay Area candidates are preferred.
- Strong desire to work with children and/or teens in an educational setting.
- Excellent research and writing skills.
- Ability to take direction and work independently, as well as work on a team.
- Excellent communication skills, both orally and in writing.
- Previous classroom or teaching experience is preferred but not mandatory.
- Background in filmmaking and/or film studies is preferred but not mandatory.
Due to current health restrictions, all interviews will take place over Zoom, with a preference for video. If we reach out to you for an interview, please let us know if you require any technical accommodations or support.
SFFILM is committed to Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, and Inclusion (DEAI) in its internal management and external programming. Since 2018, the organization has actively been working in collaboration with two Advisory Boards focused on accessibility and inclusivity and officially began work with a DEI consultant in 2019 to further invest in and build on that work. SFFILM believes that increasing diversity, equity, accessibility, and inclusion is an ongoing and long-term process that is vital to our success as an organization and the impact of our programs.
SFFILM welcomes candidates with diverse professional and personal backgrounds and experiences to apply. Candidates are invited to discuss their interest and involvement in DEAI practices in their cover letter, and ask us more about our DEAI process in their interview.
SFFILM, in accordance with federal and state law, is an equal-opportunity employer. SFFILM does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy/childbirth, medical condition, disability, age, ancestry, marital status, citizenship or veteran status. This nondiscrimination policy covers all candidates, staff members, interns, and volunteers.