Approximately 30 hours per month on average or 200 hours per semester
Flexible schedule, but will include regular meetings with the Director of Advancement
The Arts and Culture Leadership Intern assists the overall capacity building: including development, grants management, fundraising initiatives, reporting and data entry/analysis activities throughout the year.
This internship provides a platform to learn skills in a variety of key arts and culture development areas, and is a unique opportunity to explore nonprofit fundraising, arts administration, project management, data collection and event planning. The Arts and Culture Leadership Internship is a rewarding way to get involved with the contemporary arts community and gain experience in a highly valued field.
Please send a resume, cover letter and writing sample to firstname.lastname@example.org. Your writing sample should be no longer than one page, and preferably something that was written for either academic or professional purposes (one page of a paper, media release, etc.) Applicants will be contacted about interviews several days after the deadline.
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