The Arts Council of Johnson County internship program is more than getting coffee and answering emails. Interns will receive hands-on experience in Program Coordination, Marketing & Communications, Administration and Advocacy and will have the opportunity to network with Kansas City’s arts, community and business leaders.
Applications are due and August 15 for the Fall Semester, December 1 for the Spring Semester, and April 15 for the Summer Semester.
The Internship Experience:
Allie Hennes, Communications and Marketing intern for summer and fall of 2016. In her words:
“It has been such a pleasure serving as the Communications and Marketing Intern. The program provided me with hands-on experience and great insight. I value what I have learned and experienced during my time as an intern with the Arts Council of Johnson County. It was so rewarding to serve as the liaison for the community and it taught me so much more than any classroom could.
Some of the projects I completed during my time as the Communications and Marketing intern include the following:
- I worked with a fundraising material committee on developing a direct mail fundraising campaign.
- I edited monthly newsletters.
- I coordinated speakers and catering for the Smart Exchange program.
- I sat in on committee and board meetings.”
Send your cover letter, resume, and a 200-word description on why you feel you want to be an intern for the Arts Council of Johnson County. Depending on the position writing samples or other samples of work may also be requested. Suitable candidates will be contacted for an interview to discuss specifics related to goals, skills, and availability.
Internship applications for fall 2017 are due August 15, 2017. Please apply via email to email@example.com, include the internship position your applying for in the email subject line.
Students who are at least a junior or senior in college are eligible to apply for ACJC internships. An art-related background is not required, all candidates are encouraged to apply.
Length of Service:
9 weeks long.
Negotiable with a minimum of 10 hours per week and maximum of 15 hours per week.