Arts Internships

2014 Paid Internship in Arts Administration

The Bee Vradenburg Foundation Internship Program provides an invaluable experience for

Former Intern, Patrick Bohnen chats with Steve Wood from Concrete Couch

college students interested in a career in the arts. Interns receive hands on experience working directly with a local arts organization and hone their skills through leadership and professional development training at El Pomar Foundation. The internship is fully paid and provides a one of kind opportunity to learn from artists and arts administrators at the top of their game.


To Apply

Applicants must submit the following items via email to David Siegel,, by February 21, 2014:

  • A cover letter describing your past and current involvement in the arts and future interest in the arts or arts administration at either a professional or personal level; please also state what type of work interests you most, and if you have a preference of working with a specific organization.
  • Resume
  • Maximum two letters of reference


January 2014 – Internships announced

February 21, 2014 – Application deadline

May/June, 2014 – Internship commences based upon mutually agreed dates



Please contact David Siegel at or (719) 477-0185 with any questions.