The Center for Artistic Activism offers this internship for curious, hardworking people eager to learn about the theory and practice of artistic activism, and excited to share those ideas effectively to fight corruption and increase democracy.
Why consider this internship at the Center for Artistic Activism?
The Creative Activism Toolkit intern will:
- gain experience in organizing and designing training materials
- learn about artistic activism, our curriculum, anti-corruption advocacy, and cross-cultural knowledge focused on West Africa and the Balkans
- develop skills in creating and adapting effective curricula
- develop creative, digital presentation skills
We are building a toolkit of creative activism resources and training materials for our global network to use and adapt. Interns will review existing curricula and slideshows, organize material, facilitate translation with translation services and/or online translation, and prepare slideshows and other materials to be shared with Regional Creative Hubs participants and the public.
We are looking for individuals who can work independently. All work will be remote and online. Candidates should be organized and detail-oriented, fairly technically savvy and quick to adapt. Knowledge of French and experience with google slides are pluses.
The internship will ideally take place in January-March 2021, and be for university credit, but other arrangements could be made.
After the successful completion of the internship, the intern will benefit from the Center for Artistic Activism’s resources and networks to support their future ambitions in the field.
University credit is available through Dr. Stephen Duncombe at New York University.
To apply, send a cover letter and resume to email@example.com before January 14th at 11:59pm ET.
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