Additional Internship Information
About Red Room Internships
Internships will be based at the Red Room unless otherwise specified. Internships are unpaid. Red Room will work with interns to comply with the requirements of internship-for-credit program at their institution.
Interns will learn first-hand how a non-profit organization, as well as be exposed to various events within the Taipei community and have various networking opportunities with attendance members and performers. Interns will gain skills in non-profit management, event planning and public speaking. In addition to receiving experience and garnering recommendations from Red Room co-founders and/or event coordinators, interns have free admission to all Red Room events.
Candidates must be able to assume significant responsibility and work independently. Excellent communication and organization skills are required. Proficiency in Microsoft Office programs required. Interest or experience in NGO or non-profit organization/management and event planning preferred but not required. Graduate students preferred but qualified undergraduates are welcome to apply. Database, Web/graphic design and foreign language skills (especially Chinese) preferred but not required.
How to Apply
Interested applicants are strongly encouraged to email a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org, with the phrase “Red Room Intern” included in the subject header. In the cover letter, please indicate which internship position you are interested in assisting and describe why you want to be an intern at the Red Room.
Applications for Fall, Spring and Summer positions accepted on a rolling basis.
We encourage anyone interested in an internship to familiarize her- or himself with the Red Room’s programming and history before applying.
We look forward to hearing from you!