Internships

Are you a student pursuing a career in health, sexuality, psychology, marketing, digital media or graphic design?

Would you like to earn academic credit working with our team of artists, educators, entertainers and activists to help make Philadelphia and the world a more open, sex-positive place to be?

If your immediate answer is YES, email a resume to passionalstaff@gmail.com. Your Passional future awaits!

 

Graphic design
Intern sought to create events flyers, postcards and in-store fashion and arts signage, packaging and html e-flyers for PASSIONAL boutique and its affiliated projects.

Digital media
Web intern sought to design web pages for  all affiliated projects. Knowledge of Photoshop and basic html required. Programming and design program knowledge a plus.

Event planning and promotions management.
Intern sought to update and re-create events plans for Sexploratorium charity fundraisers, theatrical and interactive/educational events. Manage weekly meetings with events promoters, oversee/delegate creation of promotional materials and web content, provide written operational handbook, create specific job descriptions and assist with interviewing/hiring/review of event staff.

MARKETING and PR internship
Marketing or Business student candidate will adjust and execute a strategic online, in store and print media marketing plan. This unique, hands-on internship is part time (20 hours weekly)although these requirements can be adapted to assure you academic credit with your educational institution. Hours are flexible; some research and communication projects can be completed from your location, but a minimum of 8 hours per week must be completed on location (over 1-2 days per week). Familiarize yourself with our Passion 101 educational program, Sexploratorium, Aphrodite Gallery and PASSIONAL Boutique.

Photography

Part-time (once or twice weekly) internship position for photography students who have access to their own hi-res digital camera to shoot products and special illustration assignments for our sexuality blog. We also have informal assignments available for up and coming photographers who do not need to shoot for school credit, but wish to get tear sheets for their portfolios. This particular position that can be adapted to conform to your school’s internship requiremets. If you are still interested, please send a PDF portfolio of photography samples or a link to your internet portfolio.

Visual Merchandising
Create visual display plan for independent retail boutique and art gallery in cooperation with sales staff to enhance product identification and education, create awareness of style availability and size availability as well as manage weekly front window displays. Fashion/retail merchandising students or interior design students preferred, but any organized, energetic, personable, well-heeled art student is encouraged to send a resume and design samples.

Sexuality, Public Health or Education
Health, psychology or education student candidate will assist in diversifying and expanding our Passion 101 educational programming  as well as promoting our current educational offerings, maintaining a contact database of enrollees, filing waiver-form files, gather and analyze feedback stats from workshop attendees, research program resources for special audiences including teens, persons with disabilities, etc.
This is not a filing job, but a “roll-up-your sleeves” learning experience that includes researching and compiling info on specific topics for program presenters, researching/ creating educational materials about specific sexual health products and resources for publication in PASSIONAL Magazine, distribution at local events and display in Philadelphia’s PASSIONAL Boutique.

Video Production
Intern sought to plan, tape and edit 5-minute long, non-graphic “edu-mercial” spots on products, classes and general sexuality information for publishing on Youtube and Sexploratorium blogs. Candidate must provide or have access to camera and editing equipment and produce at least one segment each week.

Our interns don’t make coffee (unless they are thirsty for a pot to drink while they work). Our interns take on real projects, create real campaigns, promote real events, causes and resources and gain real career expertise.