CITYarts welcomes talented individuals to apply for internships that provide resources for arts training, real-world experience with projects and artists, school credits and stipends.We’re currently seeking individuals!
FALL 2017 (Sept. – Dec.) INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES
DEVELOPMENT/FUNDRAISING INTERN –
The development/fundraising interns will work alongside the Development Coordinator, raising funds to cover CITYarts’ entire budget, including programs and general operating costs. They will be responsible for researching foundation and corporate funding sources. They will help prepare, edit, and record grant applications and supporting materials. They will also assist in planning fundraising events and managing filing and database entry.
PUBLIC RELATIONS & MARKETING INTERN –
The public relations and marketing interns, reporting to the Project Coordinator, will provide essential assistance in designing and implementing all promotional material for CITYarts. They will be responsible for designing brochures, flyers, books, and handouts. Additionally, they will work under the Project Coordinator and Development Coordinator to manage and update all social media platforms.
PROJECTS INTERN –
The projects interns are expected to divide their time between office responsibilities and on-site projects. In the office, they will be involved in completing program-related tasks. On-site, they will be engaged in hands-on work, facilitating the mural-making process for volunteers and youth. Because this position requires concentration in the office and energetic persistence on-site, applicants must be equipped for a versatile work experience.
QUALIFICATIONS – All interns should be familiar with Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and willing to learn Access. We are looking for interns who are motivated, flexible, committed, and have an interest in the arts and/or the non-profit industry. A positive, enthusiastic attitude is a must.
SCHEDULE – Interns design their own schedule with CITYarts’ staff. Average of 15-20 hours a week.
BENEFITS – A CITYarts’ internship offers a comprehensive introduction to the non-profit art world and can provide meaningful professional development to a committed and motivated individual. School credit & a stipend will be provided.
TO APPLY email a COVER LETTER and RESUME to Project Coordinator Rachel Chaldu at [email protected]
Please indicate a particular area of interest, as well as your weekly availability. Interviews may be scheduled following receipt of written inquiry.