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Education

Brooklyn Interns for Arts & Culture

 
Grade 11
 
Jan 11—Jun 2, 2017
 

Participating students gain work experience in arts administration.

 
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This internship program offers high school juniors the chance to gain job experience in the arts administration world. Interns are assigned to a specific department at BAM for three hours, two days per week and learn valuable career development skills through weekly workshops, individual mentorship, and lunches with executive staff.

In this program, students:
• Gain workplace-readiness skills
• Learn how to create a resume and have a successful job interview
• Develop public speaking and presentation skills
• Achieve valuable work experience in various areas of arts administration

Please be aware that if selected for an interview, you will be asked to provide:
• A copy of your most recent school transcript
• A parent/guardian application form
• Two letters of recommendation from non-familial adults
• A school contact person form (for students from partner schools only)

Priority is given to students attending select Brooklyn high schools:
• Benjamin Banneker Academy
• Medgar Evers College Preparatory School
• Susan S. McKinney Secondary School of the Arts

Priority is also given to students affiliated with select youth organizations:
S.I.M.B.A
A.S.E.T

Application deadline: Dec 2, 2016


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Major support for Brooklyn Interns for Arts and Culture provided by Constans Culver Foundation and The William and Mary Greve Foundation