Open Positions

Marketing Intern

Intern will work independently, with the Marketing Team, Executive Assistant and with the Executive Director
  • Assist Marketing Team with compilation, design and dissemination of weekly e-newsletter
  • Development of and timeline for marketing strategy for the 2023 UCF Campaign
  • Oversee social media presence, including design of promotional materials and working closely with the Marketing Team
  • Meet and collaborate with BCAC’s Program & Membership, Fund Development, Marketing Committees
  • Assist in development of programs and services and facilitate collaboration between multiple stakeholders
  • Experience in print and digital marketing (academic and/or professional)
  • Have completed at least 24 undergraduate college credits, with minimum of a 3.0 GPA
  • Be a self-starter who is able to take direction and move the project toward completion, with help available from supervisor as needed
  • Demonstrate strong written and oral communication skills
  • Be able to conduct internet based research, surveys, and interviews
  • Be creative, flexible, detail-oriented, and able to receive feedback
  • Communicate effectively in a timely and professional manner
  • Proficiency with design and marketing software (Canva, Constant Contact, Adobe, various social media platforms)

This is an unpaid internship, with hours and college credit TBD.

Please send your cover letter/ letter of interest, resume and a marketing/design portfolio to Laura Fallon at:
Considerations: As a regional arts council in the Southern Tier, Broome County Arts Council holds diversity and inclusivity in our creative communities as a fundamental value. We condemn racism, discrimination and violence, and promote compassion, equity, and the peaceful exchange of ideas. We adhere to our mission to support and promote the arts and believe that art and creative expression foster empathy, understanding, and tolerance. We assert that art creates spaces where voices can be truly heard and helps bring our community together.

Internship Program

BCAC launched a non-paid, college-credit internship program during the Spring 2016 semester. The students analyzed the impact the arts have in Broome County in economic development, innovation, and community wellness.

The multi-disciplinary research team from SUNY Broome Community College and Binghamton University concluded that there is tremendous impact to the quality of life for diverse communities by providing accessibility to the arts. Providing avenues for arts programming and resources to disadvantaged communities has also proven to have close ties to improving participants’ mental and physical wellness.

Additionally, skills are often transferrable and can stimulate academic and professional advancement. The BCAC Spring Internship Team also uncovered a report by Forbes that noted investing in advanced technology based businesses yields approximately a 30% return to the community in economic development; however, when investing in the arts there is a 1413% return on investment to economic development for a community. Additional research concluded that the arts influence innovation, entrepreneurship, problem solving, research & development and collaboration which is beneficial for individual professional development and business.

Take a look at Spring 2016 SUNY Broome Intern Shawna Stevenson’s Research Paper “Innovation and the Arts” and Casey Marlow’s article on Casey’s Internship Experience.

During the Summer of 2016, Ella Kang created a video on the “Arts in Broome County”. You can read Ella’s story on her experience creating the video, and see the video she created:

The internship program continues every semester with the intent of providing an applied learning professional experience for college students, with academically based learning outcomes, while expanding arts based research, programs and services for the benefit of Broome County.


Want to get involved? BCAC is always looking for volunteers. Contact us if you’re interested in serving on a committee and/or helping us with an event.

Phone: 607-723-4620