Arts Apprentice Internship for Marketing

ARTS APPRENTICE INTERNSHIPS  (18-25)

The Art and Culture Center/Hollywood Arts Apprentice Internship program is for young adults aged 18-25 who are looking to explore careers in the areas of Education, Communications, Exhibitions and Curation. As one of the oldest major cultural institutions in Broward, the Art and Culture Center offers interns the opportunity to blend classroom theory with real world practice, build their resumes, and network within the non-profit sector. Arts Apprentices have the chance to work alongside accomplished leaders each with at least 20 years of experience in their respected field during their internship.
 

 

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Arts Apprentice Education Internship

Hours per week: 8 to 24hrs, with occasional evening and weekend event participation required    

Payment: Stipend

Start and End Date: October 2021 - May 2022

 

Qualifications:

  • Required to pass a Level II Background check  

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

  • Enjoy working with young children 

  • Passion for creative problem-solving 

  • Enthusiasm for experimenting with art materials and handiwork

  • Informal experience in visual and performing arts is helpful

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

 

Required documents: 

  • Resume 

  • Cover Letter 

  • Letter of recommendation

 

Responsibilities include though not limited to:

  • Assist the Education team with the planning and development of the Center’s youth programming

  • Support as a Teaching Assistant for the Center’s Spring Break Camp

  • Utilize technology to research, archive resources and communicate within the Education Department

Arts Apprentice Marketing Department: Design and Public Relations Internship

Hours per week: 8 to 24 hours, with occasional evening and weekend event participation required  

Payment: Stipend

Start and End Date: October 2021 - May 2022

 

Qualifications:   

  • Required to pass a Level II Background check   

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

  • Able to work in a fun fast paced environment 

  • Strong Time Management skills  

  • Experience photographing indoor and outdoor events

  • Video Editing Experience a plus

  • Understanding of social media and editing skills

  • Enrollment in a degree-seeking program related to Advertising, Communications, Graphic Design and Social Media is a plus 

 

Required materials:  

  • Resume  

  • Cover Letter  

  • Letter of recommendation 

  • Portfolio of graphic files and/or marketing content ( i.e.press releases, social media copy, campaign tag lines)

  • Required to have own laptop with Adobe Creative Cloud 

 

Responsibilities include though not limited to:

  • Assist the Communications team with creating promotional materials for Center events in print and digital media while maintaining brand consistency

  • Support with promotion of Center events through writing press releases, inputting calendar listings, mailing and more

  • Collaborate with multiple departments to ensure timelines and deadlines are met

  • Collaborate with multiple departments to update existing database

Arts Apprentice Gallery and Exhibitions Internship

Hours per week: 8 to 24 hours, with occasional evening and weekend event participation required  

Payment: Stipend

Start and End Date: October 2021- May 2022

Qualifications:

  • Required to pass a Level II Background check   

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

  • Willingness to learn 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 documents: 

  • Resume  

  • Cover Letter  

  • Letter of recommendation

Responsibilities include though not limited to:

  • Learn the procedures to curate an art exhibition

  • Assisting and conducting field trips in the Center’s galleries

  • Network with professional artists during studio visits

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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.