Education Intern

The Education Department is seeking a motivated intern to assist its day-to-day operations, including registering and advising students, answering public inquiries, and editing educational materials.
Fall 2014
Sep 01, 2014
The Education Department is seeking a motivated intern to assist its day-to-day operations, including registering and advising students, answering public inquiries, and editing educational materials.

Department: Education

Schedule: 3–4 days per week. NOTE: In addition to their regular schedule, ICP interns are highly encourage to participate in education events throughout the duration of their internship.

Dates Required: Fall 2014

Supervisor's Title: Education Associate

Compensation: Unpaid

DESCRIPTION

The Education Department is seeking a motivated intern to assist its day-to-day operations, including registering and advising students, answering public inquiries, and editing educational materials. The intern will also build marketable skills by taking on a variety of specific administrative projects under the guidance of departmental staff members. Interns often help prepare and are invited to attend education events, including: Education Gallery openings, School open houses, full-time graduation, full-time orientation, lectures, and Career Day, among others. The Education Department administers on-going Continuing Education classes, two full-time one-year certificate programs, and the ICP-Bard MFA Program in Advanced Photographic Studies. Interns may also have the opportunity to assist in the darkroom office and the library.

QUALIFICATIONS/SKILLS

Applicants should be interested in building solid experience in education administration. They should be organized, responsible, and detail-oriented with computer skills and an interest in taking on a responsible role in a fast-paced environment. Applicants must have excellent communication skills and be comfortable working in close working quarters in a shared work space. Commitment to providing superior customer service is required. Knowledge of photography preferred though not required.

BENEFITS

Invaluable experience at a premier cultural/educational institution
School credit (when applicable)
Invitations to attend ICP lectures, museum exhibition openings, and special events
Tuition reduction for ICP courses, workshops, and/or lab usage are provided (subject to the number of internship hours completed and availability)
Free admittance to participating museums
Discount at ICP Store and café

APPLICATION DEADLINE

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HOW TO APPLY

Download and complete the Internship Application PDF.

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