Education Internship (Unpaid)

Posted 8/13/2015

Description
The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (DCCA), a non-collecting art museum located on Wilmington’s Riverfront, is seeking a 10-15 hour per week Education Intern for an approximately 12 week internship. The Education Intern assists the Curator of Education and Education Associate with administrative duties and research associated with the DCCA’s varied and numerous education programs. The Education Intern is responsible for assistance with program development, program documentation, and the marketing/communication of DCCA education programs to the public. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong interest in contemporary art and to those wishing to pursue a career in museum work.

Minimum Education Required
Undergraduate (junior/senior standing); graduate work preferred

Qualifications/Skills
The position requires a detail-oriented multi-tasker who is interested in a future in an art or education related field. The DCCA seeks an individual who works well in a team situation, is flexible, and has a strong work ethic; good writing and computer skills are essential.

Application deadline: Ongoing

This is an unpaid internship.

Please email resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript, and writing sample to Curator of Education, Sarah Ware.

 


Curatorial Internship (Unpaid)

Posted 8/13/2015

Description
The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (DCCA), a non-collecting art museum located on Wilmington’s Riverfront, is seeking a 10-15 hour per week Intern beginning on or about September 1, 2015 and ending on or about December 15, 2015. The Intern assists the Curatorial department with administrative duties and research associated with the DCCA’s exhibitions. The Intern is responsible for assisting Exhibition Designer during install, deinstall and gallery prep, preparation of exhibition materials and organization of artist calls, as well as additional administrative duties. Preference will be given to candidates with a strong interest in contemporary art and to those wishing to pursue a career in the museum field. InDesign and Photoshop experience preferred.

Minimum Education Required
Undergraduate (junior/senior standing)

Qualifications/ Skills
The position requires a detail-oriented, hands on multitasker who is interested in a future in a contemporary art related field. The DCCA seeks an individual who works well in a team situation, is flexible, and has a strong work ethic; good writing and computer skills are essential.

Application deadline: August 24, 2015

This is an unpaid internship.

Please email resume with three references, cover letter and unofficial transcript to Katy Scarlett.

 


Marketing Internship (Unpaid)

Posted 8/13/2015

The Delaware Center for the Contemporary Arts (DCCA), a non-collecting art museum located on Wilmington’s Riverfront, is seeking a 10-15 hour per week Intern beginning on or about September 1, 2015. This position works directly with DCCA's Director of Marketing to help implement marketing campaigns for exhibitions, programs, and fundraising events as well as other marketing department duties.

Minimum Education Required
Undergraduate (junior/senior standing)

Qualifications/Skills
The position requires a detail-oriented, creative, skilled communicator who is interested in a future in a contemporary art related field. The DCCA seeks an individual who works well in a team situation, is flexible, and has a strong work ethic; good writing and computer skills are essential. Must have demonstrated experience with social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest). Data entry, web design/development, and/or graphic design experience a plus.

Applicants experienced with any of the following are encouraged to apply:
Macintosh operating system and programs, Adobe Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, Drupal, Constant Contact.

Deadline: Ongoing

This is an unpaid internship.

Please email resume, cover letter, unofficial transcript, and writing sample (additional graphic design sample optional) to Director of Marketing, Rebecca Klug.