EAI's Internship Program offers opportunities for responsible, motivated individuals to gain invaluable hands-on experience working in a nonprofit contemporary arts organization, and to have direct contact with a major collection of video work produced by artists.
Internship candidates must have a strong interest in independent media and contemporary art. Applicants should also have strong organizational skills and attention to detail.
Internships may involve working with EAI's collection and archives, assisting with event production, research, organizing and assembling press materials, and general office duties, as well as working closely with our administrative and technical staff on projects. Knowledge of Microsoft Office, Filemaker Pro, and Adobe Photoshop is helpful, but is not required.
Internship candidates should be willing to commit to at least two full days a week for three to four months. All internships are unpaid. College credit is available.
To apply, e-mail a cover letter and resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org