Arts Administration Internship
The Arts & Business Council’s Art Administration Internship is an exciting, hands on opportunity to learn about the operations of an arts non-profit organization, at every level. The intern will work closely with the executive staff, with duties ranging from assisting the Executive Director to working alongside the Operations & Programs Manager. Responsibilities will largely include but are not limited to: day to day administrative tasks, helping with the operation and promotion of A&BC’s programs, management of the A&BC’s social media strategies, assisting financial and development operations, and special research projects. The intern will learn the ins and outs of nonprofit administration while developing skills and gaining experience in office management, communications, exhibition management, research, and fundraising. This internship is ideally suited for those interested in pursuing a career in arts administration, artist management, and/or the nonprofit sector.
The Arts Administration Internship is open year round to college students and graduates and masters students. The internship is a volunteer position, and a commitment of at least 12 hours per week is required. Please include what term/time period you are applying for and the days you are available to intern with us during that period. If you have other deadlines, such as deadlines to acquire funding or receive course credit with your school, please let us know.
How To Apply:
Please submit your resume and letter of interest to Alexis Dearborn, Operations & Programs Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org.
December 02, 2019
This is an unpaid opportunity
About this Organization:
The mission of the A&BC is to strengthen a vibrant arts community by providing quality direct legal and business services and ongoing educational programs--some of which have existed for over 30 years--to the creative community within Massachusetts. Programs include business training for artists and creative entrepreneurs, pro bono legal services through the Volunteer Lawyers for the Arts, nonprofit board service training and placement through Business on Board, microlending, fiscal agency, estate and legacy planning, human resources support, insurance programs, and corporate art lending partnerships.