A Fall 2016 unpaid Internship is available for undergraduates, graduate students or recent graduates of art, arts administration or art/architectural history programs interested in gaining experience in communications at a non-profit artist foundation.
Working at the Foundation offices at 101 Spring Street, our communications intern will gain experience with press clippings, developing press packs, copy editing, social media and working on a large scale redesign of our existing website.
This internship is unpaid but provides great exposure.
Familiarity with programs such as Mac OS X, eTapestry donor database and Microsoft Office Suite is preferable.
Start date: Fall 2016
Duration: Minimum of 4 months. Longer terms available based on Foundation need and the intern’s desires.
Work schedule: Flexible, 2-3 days per week, M-F; possible weekend hours. Typically 10am– 4pm, including break and stipend of $10 for lunch.
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