Mural Arts Philadelphia – Art Education Department: Art Administration Internship

Mural Arts Philadelphia – Art Education Department: Art Administration Internship

This Deadline Expired: Friday, December 28, 2018

-Current undergraduate and/or graduate students in arts administration, art education, data evaluation, or equivalent experience and knowledge strongly preferred

Ideal candidates will demonstrate:
-Interest in the Mural Arts Program’s mission
-Strong written, verbal, organizational, and interpersonal skills
-The ability to work independently
-Detail-oriented and deadline driven
-Strong interest in working in a non-profit arts organization
-Experience working with databases and evaluations preferred

Hours: 10 – 20 hours per week

This is an unpaid internship, but the Mural Arts Program will support students who seek to apply their internship hours towards college credit.

If interested in applying, please send a cover letter and resume to jessica.im@muralarts.org by 12/28/2018.


Shiffonne K. Lindsey
Senior Finance Administrator
Mural Arts Philadelphia
The Lincoln Financial Mural Arts Center
at the Thomas Eakins House
1727-29 Mount Vernon Street
267-972-5365
215-685-0758
215-685-0757 (fax)

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