Angels Gate Cultural Center's Development Intern will work to understand the purpose of, how to support and enhance the organization's fundraising portfolio. The intern will assist with the marketing and logistics for the gallery and arts programming fundraising efforts, and provide support for on-going development activities including prospect research and grant writing support. This Intern will also participate in shared daily administrative activities, and will have the opportunity to gain knowledge about arts organizations operations, gallery education, program promotion and marketing, and arts education advocacy. This is a full-time (40 hour per week) internship July through September. The internship will transition to a part time position (minimum 15 hours/week) when the school semester begins through the remainder of the internship.
• An enthusiasm for the arts, for education, and a passion for bringing high quality arts programming to an underserved area
• Major in art, arts education, museum studies and/or art history preferred • Familiarity with Mac computers
• Knowledge of MS Office, including Excel and Word
• A familiarity with photo editing software preferred
• Knowledge of social media tools
• Professional demeanor
• Excellent verbal and written communications skills
• Excellent organizational skills with great attention to detail • Ability to prioritize tasks in a fast-paced environment
• Must be able to problem-solve independently and collaborate with others
• Reliable form of transportation is required, as the Angels Gate Cultural Center is not easily accessible via public transportation
• Please note: Since the Angels Gate Cultural Center is a former military base and historic site accessibility in some areas is a challenge
Angels Gate Cultural Center is a medium-sized, community-based interdisciplinary arts center that provides free and affordable access to the arts in the largely low-to-moderate income working-class communities of the San Pedro and Los Angeles Harbor Region. AGCC strives to provide the Southern California community with a year-round schedule of gallery exhibitions and community classes. In addition, the Center provides professional work-studio space for 52 artists, including musicians, ceramists, painters, sculptors, writers, photographers, printmakers and jewelers.
How to Apply
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