MFF Team
MFF Team


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Director, Partnership and Development, MDC’s Miami Film Festival

The Director of Partnerships and Development secures a large volume of corporate brand sponsorships and cooperative partnerships for the Miami Film Festival (MFF) and also ensures fulfillment of the College’s contractual obligations to sponsors and partners at a high-quality performance standard. This is a Professional Exempt Contractual (PEC) position for which an annual contract reflecting the base salary within the fiscal year (July 1st to June 30th) will be issued after ratification by Miami Dade College’s District Board of Trustees.

For more information and how to apply, please visit our career page here.

Student Ambassador, Spring 2023

Student Brand Ambassador(s) will work with the Partnership Manager and Director of Partnerships to connect and outreach to the student body at various campuses with priority given to their home campus on behalf of MDC’s Miami Film Festival.


Paid Opportunity $2,500 / Semester (16 Weeks)

Commitment: 10 hours per week

Student Brand Ambassador(s) will work with the Partnership Manager and Director of Partnerships to connect and outreach to the student body at various campuses with priority given to their home campus on behalf of MDC’s Miami Film Festival and Tower Theater Miami.

  • Identify, connect, and work with clubs and departments that will engage the student body.
  • Inform students of their discounts and free tickets to MFF and Tower Theater events and festivals.
  • Assist in distributing MFF communications on campus including signage, social media, newsletters, and events.
  • Support the creation of communications to MDC students. • Identify areas where the MFF and Tower Theater can improve branding and messaging to the student body.
  • Assist with the Miami Film Festival, March 3-12, 2023 on-site and preparing items for student engagement.

Candidates should be friendly, outgoing, reliable, and a strong communicator both verbally and in writing. Candidates must be able to work in dynamic, high-energy environments, problem solving, public speaking, and working/communicating with a team. English/Spanish or English/Kreyol bilingualism is a plus.

Ideal skills: Knowledge of Instagram, Facebook, Twitter; Knowledge of various MDC campuses, departments, clubs, and events.

If you are interested in an opportunity to build experience and learn about all aspects of arts and nonprofit marketing then this is the internship for you! From the strategy stages, to content development through a fully integrated plan of execution you will receive broad experience in marketing for a major cultural event.

Send your resume to to apply

To apply for this part-time student employment position, ensure that you fulfill the requirements:

  1. 16 week commitment, 10 hours per week
  2. Enrolled in Miami Dade College for Spring 2023 semester
  3. Must be able to meet in-person once per week at Wolfson Campus, between the hours of 9:00 AM – 2:30 PM, Monday-Friday.
  4. Must be able to assist with the Miami Film Festival March 3-12, 2023, On-site in Downtown Miami.
  5. Send your resume and cover letter to with the subject: Application for Spring 2023 Student Ambassador

Intern at the Miami Film Festival & Tower Theater Miami

The Miami Film Festival offers year-round internship programs designed to provide students with experience, knowledge and skills in the operation of a cultural destination event.

MDC’s Tower Theater Miami is the festival’s year-round art house cinema and is considered one of the top ten theaters in the states according to USA Today.

Internships for spring 2023 are available in:

  • Miami Film Society
  • Programming, Filmmaker Services & Industry Office
  • Hospitality and Special Events
  • General Office
  • Graphic Design
  • Operations
  • Marketing and Outreach
  • Press Operations
  • Corporate Relations and Development

All internships require a strong degree of responsibility and are supervised to facilitate learning and experience. They are designed to provide a broad understanding of various work settings work styles.

Internships are unpaid but can be used toward credit requirements.

To apply for a Miami Film Festival internship, ensure that you fulfill the following requirements:

  1. 12-16 week commitment (start and end dates listed under Terms)
  2. Minimum 15 hours per week

Select your top three department choices, in order of preference, for your internship (e.g. Filmmaker Services, Marketing and Outreach, Press Operations, etc.)

Submit resume, cover letter and references, as well your department choices to Internships at

For more information on the Miami Film Festival, call 305-237-FILM (3456).

2023 Spring Semester

The Miami Film Festival internships are temporary assignments that last approximately 12-16 weeks. Internships occurring during a given academic year typically require a minimum commitment of 15 hours per week. However, the hours and length of the internship can be adjusted depending on the needs of the department and the availability of the student.

Internship terms

  • Interns are required to submit a resume, cover letter and three references. All requests for internship are reviewed by the appropriate department. Candidates who meet the needs outlined by a department are interviewed in person.
  • At the end of the internship, participants are asked to complete an internship program evaluation form. Additionally, the participant’s supervisor will complete an appraisal form. Any and all institutional paperwork will be completed to ensure credit requirements are met, if applicable.
  • Internships take place at the Miami Film Festival offices, located on the fourth floor of the Freedom Tower, 600 Biscayne Blvd, Miami, FL 33132.