Looking for Interns!

The North Central Louisiana Arts Council is looking for paid Interns for the 2014-15 Academic Year.

APPLICATION SUBMISSION DEADLINE: JUNE 1ST 2014

INTERNSHIP DUTIES MAY INCLUDE:

Graphic/Web Design         Promotion/Marketing            

                         Arts Administration            Arts Education        

Fundraising                Grant Writing/Research

                             Gallery Management                     Event Coordinating­

Internships are awarded by semester or on a quarterly basis, starting Fall 2014. Interns typically work 8-10 hours/week, depending on their school schedule. Post-graduate interns are also welcome to apply.

Internship Applications Must Include:

  • A completed Internship Application­: This may be downloaded below, or from NCLAC’s website, or picked up in person from the Dixie Center for the Arts.
  • Cover Letter: Indicate skills you currently possess that would make you a good candidate, and skills you would like to gain through an internship with NCLAC.
  • Resume: List past jobs, significant volunteer work, and any other experiences that demonstrate your positive work ethic, pertinent talents/skills, or leadership abilities (limit experiences to the past 5 years).
  • 3 Professional References: Attach to your Resume a list of 3 persons; include their Name, Job Title, Place of Employment, Phone Number and Email Address. These references should be professors, employers, coaches, or other non-family member persons that can testify to your work ethic or skills if contacted by NCLAC.
  • Current Collegiate Transcript: Please try to obtain a transcript that covers your entire college career up to the last quarter/semester you completed. If you are a post-graduate applicant who graduated 5+ years ago, a transcript is not needed.

The application form is available here:  Internships2014-15_ApplicationONLINE

Email us for more information at nclac5@gmail.com.

Our office telephone is (318)255-1450

NCLAC is a Ruston-based non-profit that seeks to foster educational experiences through the arts for young people, provide exhibition opportunities for amateur and professional artists, and establish a strong thriving presence for the arts in our region.

Interns Jess VanAlstyne and Caitlin Craighead

Interns Jess VanAlstyne and Caitlin Craighead

GSU Professor Mary Fran Crook with NCLAC intern Klervae Stinson

GSU Professor Mary Fran Crook with NCLAC intern Klervae Stinson

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