2014 Paid Internship in Arts Administration
The Bee Vradenburg Foundation Internship Program provides an invaluable experience for
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.
Applicants must submit the following items via email to David Siegel, David@beevradenburgfoundation.org, 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.
- 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 David@beevradenburgfoundation.org or (719) 477-0185 with any questions.