Artivism: The Power of Art for Social Transformation has by means of reciprocity with its collaborators and presenters established multi-disciplinary internship opportunities. Students gain experience working with a variety of community-based organizations and initiatives that aim to inspire the mindset that will inspire social change for a more dignified and meaningful coexistence.  

This internship is an excellent experience for anyone seeking to learn how the foundation of a non-profit organization is built and sustained. Interns will also have the opportunity to work directly with local human rights organizations, professional mural artists, and youth-based community centers. ARTE is committed to supporting the professional development of its interns whenever possible (e.g. invitations to conferences, skills-building workshops, etc.). This is an important opportunity for anyone looking for hands-on experience working with young people in the field of human rights education, arts education, and community organizing.

ARTE is committed to dismantling the system of unpaid internships and uncompensated labor. However, we also want to support students who must have hands-on experience in order to complete their graduation requirements. We will discuss opportunities with a limited number of students who need internships on a case-by-case basis.

Contact info@artejustice.org with any questions.

Join ECOLIBRIUM, Loisaida’s Summer Justice and Health initiative. You are a visual artist and thinker whose mastery of digital media and storytelling will help us accelerate the growth of Environmental Literacy toward Community Action in the LES. Work with our multidisciplinary team in our media and computer lab, in the field, and virtually.

Contact Paul Garring pg@loisaidalab.org  or Alejandro Epifanio  Alejandro@loisaida.org and visit loisaida.org.

Eirini Linardaki, artist and artivist, is looking for a student who could help her develop her press portfolio and press list. She is preparing several public art projects and, on this occasion, has decided to focus on getting all the press (printed + web) of past projects together in a portfolio so that the future projects and collaborators can also access it. All work will be conducted via zoom, starting immediately. The intern will have the opportunity to also learn about her career and work process, her global perspective, and her projects as a young artist through today. Using the internet and Microsoft Word is all that is necessary.

Contact: linardaki@gmail.com

www.linardaki-parisot.com

  • Felicia Fonrose, founder of Felicia’s Promise, is looking for someone to work in person at their Gala Event on December 3rd.  This is a paid opportunity and involves Zoom Management and Event-brite tickets for this particular event.
  • Felicia’s Promise is looking for interns/volunteers to work either in person or from home. Positions available include graphic design, administrative opportunities, coding, workshop coordinators, and more.

Felicia’s Promise works to provide technical and non-technical resources and training to prepare young women on STEAM career paths with communication, entrepreneurship, leadership, and other necessary skills that the organization deems necessary to uphold its mission.
The mission and purpose of Felicia’s Promise is to primarily assist girls of color from underrepresented communities by helping them to develop marketable skills, attain higher education, learn about career opportunities, and become financially self-reliant.

Email ffonrose@feliciaspromise.org or contact artivism@adelphi.edu

 

Network Support Services, is looking volunteers/internships for their organization, in person or online. Network Support Services empowers incarcerated people to transform their lives and re-enter the community as productive citizens with a renewed sense of purpose. Their work continues outside prison to support returning citizens who are committed to creating positive change in their own lives, their families and communities. They boldly provide individuals with a first chance at success. They enable them to become real assets to their neighborhoods. They improve public safety.

For more information, please contact NahShon Jackson, the outreach coordinator at njackson@networkssi.org.

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