Job Opportunities



The responsibilities of the Event Digital Marketing Intern may include, but is not limited to: drawing in artists to participate in the festival, advertising the festival to the public, maintaining the festival’s social media presence (including content creation), livestreaming events, aiding with other technical components of the festival such as stage sound and lighting, assisting with updating the Fringe North website, assisting with grant writing, managing online ticket sales, networking, etc. 


Familiarity with social media, content creation, and livestream experiences (Facebook Live, YouTube Livestream etc.)

Experience uploading, editing, and tagging content

Experience with WordPress or website development

Experience with stage, lighting, sound, etc.

Grant writing experience is an asset

Shows wise experience with budgeting either at a personal or professional level

Solid planning and organizational skills

Familiarity with Google Docs, Shared Drives, Microsoft programs (Office/Excel/PowerPoint)

Film editing skills (familiarity with Filmora is a bonus)

Experience with Canva or Photoshop is a bonus

Experience with camera work is a bonus

Previous event planning skills or experience is a bonus

Experience with Square payment is a bonus

Access to good quality internet and own laptop/computer is a must


Passionate about the arts (theatre, dance, film, music, etc.)

Able to follow instructions and problem solve

Fine attention to detail

Values growth both personally and professionally

Dedicated and able to show ongoing commitment to a cause

Able to work towards goals as an effect team member

Charismatic with strong networking skills

Good communication skills through both written text and oral communication.

High achiever

Able to prioritize and quickly recognize where time will be best spent

Visionary – able to see potential in the sometimes unexpected places

Outcome driven and focused on getting results over putting in time

Able to work from home and readily meet deadlines with minimal supervision

Easily able to stay in regular contact through email, text, phone calls etc.

Values honesty when mistakes are made rather than attempting to cover them up and welcomes feedback so that ongoing learning can occur

Creative spirit

Welcomes diversity


To qualify for the position applicants MUST be a post-secondary student currently enrolled in a related field of study (marketing, digital, film, business). Proof of enrollment and active student status will be required upon hire.

Additionally, to qualify the student MUST be a Canadian citizen.

Individuals of all backgrounds, especially BIPOC students, are encouraged to apply.

Please send a copy of your resume and cover letter to with the subject line “EDM Intern Application” as soon as possible and no later than January 18, 2021.