The Museum of Arts and Design has a long-standing history of supporting undergraduate and graduate internships that provide meaningful, engaging and project-based opportunities. Internship positions are available in several departments and allow participants to gain invaluable work experience at a non-profit visual arts organization as they prepare to continue their studies, pursue careers in the arts or apply their experience to other fields.
Applicant must attend an institution of learning with courses leading to a degree, certificate or diploma. Applicant is eligible during periods when school is not in session only under the following conditions: they were students the previous semester, they have not yet graduated or completed program requirements, or they have graduated, but are starting a new academic program within six months. Applicant must be a US citizen or completing residence requirements for a degree such as those required of medical or pharmaceutical students.
WINTER/SPRING: Start last week in January
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Wednesday, December 2, 2015
CURRENT UNPAID INTERNSHIP OPPORTUNITIES:
Public Relations and Marketing Internship
The Museum of the Arts and Design is seeking an undergraduate/graduate student interested in working in a busy Public Relations and Marketing office. The intern will report to the Director of Public Affairs and the Public Affairs Manager, and will work closely with a range of departments throughout the Museum.
This is an opportunity to be an integral member of a non-profit Marketing/PR department, and gain experience in a variety of areas including public relations, digital and print marketing, advertising and social media.
Please email your resume and cover letter to Claire Laporte: firstname.lastname@example.org
The cover letter should detail your skill set and work experience as they might relate to Communications/PR in a non-profit, museum or art & design setting. Applications without cover letters will not be considered.
Intern must be able to commit a minimum of 3 days per week.
The Museum of Arts and Design is seeking an undergraduate/graduate (preferred) student interested in working in a busy Development office. The intern will report to the Director of Institutional Giving and the Development Associate, Institutional Giving and work closely with other senior members of the team.
This is an exciting opportunity to be an active and valued member of a non-profit development department and gain high-level experience in a variety of development areas including event planning, corporate sponsorship, and institutional giving. Interns will be trained in prospect research, Raiser's Edge and grant writing.
23 days per week. Internships are unpaid however students can receive course credit.
Interested applicants should submit a resume and a cover letter to Jessica.email@example.com. Please indicate start and end dates as well as hours you are able to commit to this internship. No phone calls please. Only qualified candidates will be contacted for an interview.