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Date Posted: May 9, 2018
Location: Peabody Institute, Baltimore, MD
Rate of Pay: $12.00/hour
Required Dates & Hours: June 18th- August 3rd
Mon, Tues, Wed from 9am-4pm (approx. 18-20 hours a week for 6 weeks)
This summer, work as a guide and mentor to two high school interns from the Bloomberg Arts Internship.
In 2012, Bloomberg Philanthropies created the Bloomberg Arts Internship program in New York City as a pipeline for public school students to college and careers. It is a rigorous program with three major elements: a six-week paid placement and project working day-to-day in an arts organization; visits to arts and cultural organizations; and professional development. The Bloomberg Arts Internship offers paid summer internships to rising seniors from Baltimore City Public High Schools, and the program is designed to challenge and inspire students and to help them build strong career skills.
For the 6-week paid placement element of this internship, we are seeking a BAI Coordinator who will guide and supervise two competitively selected Baltimore City High School students. Reporting to the Manager of Community Partnerships and with the assistance of Peabody’s Head Librarian, the BAI interns will spend their time at Peabody designing and developing a digital map that will visually capture Peabody’s community engagement partnerships, projects and programs throughout the city of Baltimore.
The desired BAI Coordinator candidate will:
If you are interested in this applying for this position, please send your resume and an e-mail explaining why you would like to be considered for this position to Aubree Weiley, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Location: Baltimore, MD
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Location: Washington, DC
Diverse employment offerings in various arts administration fields are posted on the Kennedy Center employment site.
Location: 10 E. Baltimore Street, 10th Floor, Baltimore, MD 21202
See site for current job listings. Opportunities open periodically for full-time, part-time and temporary jobs.
Location: Baltimore, MD
About: Young Audiences/Arts for Learning, founded in Baltimore in 1950, is the country’s foremost arts-in-education non-profit organization. The Maryland chapter of Young Audiences (YAMD) provides over 4,000 arts education opportunities for nearly 200,000 students, artists, and educators throughout the state each year. The staff, board, and teaching artists of YAMD work to generate opportunities for all students to imagine, create and realize their full potential through the arts.
See site for info about current openings.
Location: 201 N. Charles St., Suite 401, Baltimore, MD 21201
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation develops partnerships and programs that reinforce artists’ capacity to create and present work, advance access to and participation in the arts, and promote a more sustainable arts ecology.
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation believes that art is essential, that it has the power to transform individuals and communities, and in so doing helps define our society. Excellence, integrity, service, inclusion, and engagement are fundamental tenets of its commitment to the arts.
We envision a vital arts and cultural sector enriched by the movement of a vibrant and diverse environment of artists and arts organizations engaging audiences across geographic, artistic and institutional boundaries regionally, nationally, and internationally.
The Foundation serves the states and territories of Delaware, the District of Columbia, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, the US Virgin Islands, Virginia, and West Virginia. Additionally, the Foundation engages in national and international work focused on performing arts touring, jazz, and independent filmmakers.
Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation was established in 1979 to promote and support multi-state arts programming. Over the years, MAAF has built a core of program initiatives designed to address specific issues of regional, national and international arts support. We do this by:
Our programming focuses on performing arts touring, jazz, the traditional arts, international engagement, filmmaking and touring, and artist fellowships.
To Apply: See site for vacancy announcements and application instructions – http://www.midatlanticarts.org/about/employmentinternships/
Location: Washington DC area
Description: Applications being accepted for diverse administrative and teaching positions. See Employment Openings at the Levine School.
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