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ARTS APPRENTICE INTERNSHIPS
(18-25)

Over the course of the summer, the Art and Culture Center/Hollywood holds three different camps for approximately 200 students ranging in age from 5-16. Our two younger camps encourage fun and discovery through the visual and performing arts by way of art projects like painting, collaging, and crafting, drama games, and group activities. Each two-week session culminates with an exhibition/performance for campers to showcase their growth. Our third camp for students ages 10-16, brings students into the world of theatre as campers prepare a production of a junior stage show. At the end of these two four-week-session the campers perform a show on the stage of the Hollywood Central Performing Arts theatre. 

 

The Arts Apprentice position is designed for young adults between the ages of 18 and 25 who are looking to gain work experience while working with our Summer Arts Camp. In addition, they will get to explore interest areas connected to their future careers. Arts Apprentices work closely with department team members and will be mentored as they complete the session. Stipends are available. Space is limited! 
 
Don’t miss your chance to apply! 

General Responsibilities

  • Required to pass a Level II Background check    

  • Must communicate with diverse audiences in a professional, friendly manner 

  • Able to work in a fast-paced environment  

  • Strong time management skills   

  • Ability to work with children and adults 

 

Must be available for a 2–4-hour training held during the week of June 13- June 17, 2022. 

How to Apply:

  • Complete the application form and select one of the areas of interest 

  • Upload your professional resume 

  • Upload your cover letter  

  • Send a letter of recommendation to education@artandculturecenter.org 

  • Send any requested supplemental materials (portfolios, writing and graphic design samples) to education@artandculturecenter.org 

  

All Summer positions filled.

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Marketing and Graphic Design Apprentice

Hours per week: no more than 37.5 hours, with occasional evening
and weekend event participation required     

Payment: Stipend 

Start and End Date: June 13 – August 12, 2022 

 

Responsibilities include though not limited to:

  • Support the Communications and Design team with creating promotional materials.  

  • Assist with the printing of programs and promotional items for shows and events. 

  • Develop and maintain a bi-weekly digital photo journal of our three camps to share with families, staff, and stakeholders.  

  • Assist with the design of regularly scheduled projects.  

  • Assist with the photography and videography of campers during activities, rehearsals, etc. for later use.  

  • Assist with the day-to-day happenings of the Summer Arts Camp as needed. 

Qualifications: 

  • Experience photographing indoor and outdoor events. 

  • Attention to detail and adaptability. 

  • Video and Photo Editing Experience via Adobe Creative Cloud or similar software. 

  • Access to Creative Cloud software a plus. 

  • Enrollment in a degree-seeking program related to Communications and Graphic Design is a plus.  

 

Required materials:

  • Resume   

  • Cover Letter   

  • Letter of recommendation  

  • Portfolio of previous works and/or 

  • Complete a sample piece using provided assets and submit completed sample within 48hours 

Apply Here!​ 

 

Field Trips and Exhibitions Apprentice 

Hours per week: no more than 37.5 hours, with occasional evening
and weekend event participation required     

Payment: Stipend 

Start and End Date: June 13 – August 12, 2022 

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Responsibilities include though not limited to:

  • Learn the procedures to curate an art exhibition 

  • Assist and conduct field trips in the Center’s galleries 

  • Practice public speaking while communicating with adult and child visitors to the center 

  • Help set-up and break-down for gallery events 

  • Network with professional artists during studio visits 

  • Review and Update databases of school and program contacts 

  • Update and maintain a calendar of upcoming events and field trips 

Qualifications:

  • Must be able to communicate with diverse audiences in a professional, friendly manner   

  • Willingness to learn and/or practice public speaking   

  • Passion for Visual Arts  

  • Ability to conduct independent research and data entry 

  • Enrollment in a degree-seeking program related to Education, Communications, Exhibitions and Curation is a plus  

 

Required materials:  

  • Resume   

  • Cover Letter   

  • Letter of recommendation 

Apply Here!​

 
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Arts Aspire is funded in part by Arts Access grants from the Frederick A. DeLuca Foundation and Hollywood Police Department Law Enforcement Trust Fund.