Jobs & Employment
Thank you for your interest in Path with Art! We are currently looking for an Program and Communications Intern/Work Study to start this Fall, September 2017.
Program and Communications Intern/Work Study
Coordinate program registrations, attendance, and artwork submissions.
Assist with exhibit and showcase preparation, including artwork collection, matting, and display.
Attend classes to engage with students, meet professional teaching artists, and engage with our arts programming firsthand.
Lead students on Access Art trips to various performances and tours, tracking attendance and setting a positive example for students to participate.
Communicate with students regarding class registration, attendance, Access Art, and exhibit and showcase coordination via phone and email.
Learn and utilize Constant Contact and Mail Chimp for student outreach, and newsletter distribution via email.
Assist with student outreach and program brochure distribution across central Seattle.
Assist with press listings for Path with Art public events and outreach.
Check in with the Program Coordinator every week regarding progress, tasks, feedback, and any concerns or questions.
Assist with organization of files, letters, art inventory and supplies as needed.
Gain firsthand experience in multiple facets of non-profit administration.
Gain in-depth knowledge of and build relationships with local arts organizations and social service agencies.
Apply knowledge learned in the classroom. Gain exposure to real-world issues and receive hands-on experience navigating obstacles.
Must be personable, communicative, and willing to engage with multiple constituencies and groups of people.
Must be skilled in phone conversations and emails.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel).
Must be able to work both independently and collaboratively.
A belief system aligned with Path with Art’s values, vision, and mission.
Strong organizational skills and attentiveness to detail.
Patience and generosity of spirit with individuals of all abilities/in all life situations.
An expected Bachelors degree in Art History, Arts Administration, Fine Arts, Social Work, Non-Profit Management or other fields closely related.
Reliable transportation with public transit or in a car.
1+ years of administrative experience is preferred.
Work study eligible at $15.00
If not work study eligible, a modest monthly stipend and transportation allowance aligned with agreed upon number of hour is possible
The intern must make a commitment of a minimum of 3 months and maximum of a year dependent on school internship requirements. The average weekly time commitment will be 10-20 hours per week. Preferred schedule is weekdays between the hours of 10:00am- 2:00pm but can be flexible. Interested applicants should send a cover letter, inclusive of schedule availability, and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. No phone calls please. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis.