No Easy Props is a 501(c)3 committed to preserving Hip-Hop culture by providing quality Hip-Hop cultural dance, art, and music education, and entertainment for youth through workshops, performances, programs and community events. Our goal is to help youth build self-esteem, leadership skills, & an appreciation for diversity. The interns will be spearheading all social media campaigns for No Easy Props Bboy Bgirl Summit event as well as volunteer coordination, and production management.

Po Box 741060 Los Angeles, CA 90004




Spend 10-12 weeks of your summer as a paid intern to help make history by being part of the production team for Los Angele's longest running Hip-Hop event, The Bboy Summit.

Interested in healthy living & vitality intersecting with Hip-Hop arts and culture? Have a desire to be part of a team to create a multi day interactive Hip-Hop arts + healthy living festival complete with international theatre show, conscious Hip-Hop acts, graffiti expo, national crew breaking battle, plant based food symposium, and forum for peace & social justice?

If you love Hip-Hop culture, the folk arts of Bboying, Bgirling, Rapping, Deejaying, and Graffiti art and want to learn while providing your talent(s) of marketing, social media, promo video editing, organizing, engaging, and bringing awareness we can teach you what is involved in successful event production and essentially social engagement through art.

This is a 400 hour position for 10-12 weeks from June-August.


The desired intern will posses active interest/knowledge of social media, activism, and Hip-Hop culture; a desire to work with nonprofit orgs that help the community of Los Angeles, especially youth & families.

Applicant will have savvy understanding how youth/young adults use + engage with social media.

Applicant has creative flair for social media, marketing, promotions, an engaging presence with language use and vernacular, able to create posts for young + hip and other audiences. Ability to edit short promo videos a big plus!

Applicant has basic business knowledge of proper edict for business emails/posts.

The applicant should be comfortable interacting with different types of people: inner city at risk youth, business professionals, artists, activists, and families.

Applicant should be comfortable working in a fast paced environment with some evenings and weekends necessary.

Applicant possess knowledge/use of Microsoft Office.

Applicant uses/creates/shares Google docs

How to Apply

If interested and available for 10-12 weeks from June-August 2019 please send a cover letter expressing your interest and qualifications to with the word marketing/social media intern in the subject line.

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