APPLICATION DEADLINE: APRIL 20, 2019
The Children’s Art Museum of Nepal offers first-year undergraduate art students the opportunity to work at a Nepali non-profit organization providing arts education for children. Every summer, we hire 2 Summer Interns to take part in our Summer Art Program with Gettysburg College.
This internship includes:
Being a part of CAM Nepal projects for children
assisting in creating and running art programs for underprivileged children
assist with exhibitions
researching and compiling information on artists.
Acting a community partner for foreign exchange volunteers and interns
how to apply:
How to Apply:
All applications for the CAM Nepal Summer Intern ship Program must be submitted online. If you experience technical difficulties, email email@example.com.
Final decisions will be made approximately 2 weeks after the application deadline on April 20, 2019
This program is ideal for someone who is passionate about the arts ability to transform communities. You might be interested in going into the field of art education, i.e. become an art teacher. You might be interested in social service, or working at a non-profit, as during this program, you will be interacting directly with children who do not get regular art exposure. You might be thinking of ways to get on-the-job experience working in any of those fields. An internship helps you create connections and networks that may later help you find a job in your field of interest.
Arts organizations benefit from the creativity of art students. We also hope to create relationships that last well beyond any single project or term.We welcome your application and look forward to learning more about your interests and aspirations.
Current first-year undergraduate student at any art institution.
Good academic standing.
Ability to work creatively and independently.
Hours: Upto 30 hours per week
Start Date: mid-May, 2019
End Date: mid-August, 2019
Location: CAM Nepal, Hattisar Sadak
Weekly Schedule: Flexible, determined by the Intern Supervisor