The intern would learn about and assist with all aspects of journal production—both print and digital, and any special projects including marketing, fundraising, social media management, and archive research. send a cover letter and resume or CV to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Studio Potter offers an internship program and accepts applications on a rolling basis. The program usually coincides with the production timeline of our 96-page print journals, the first from February to June, or the second from September to January. The number of hours and type of work are flexible depending on our needs and those of the intern.
Ideally, if the intern is a student (both undergrad and grad are eligible to apply), he or she would receive 3 hours of university credit (as an internship/independent study) and a small stipend from us. The time commitment can range from 4 to 8 hours one day per week, and for 12 to 16 weeks.
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