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Unpaid, credit and non-credit internships are available for high school and college students and adults who may be transitioning careers. Throughout the year, assistance is needed with the administrative activities surrounding the planning and installation of gallery exhibitions and public programs, educational and outreach programs, management of the databases and other special projects. Computer and keyboarding skills are required for most projects, but most important is a genuine enthusiasm for and interest in working in an arts organization.

Please contact us at 914-738-2525 or to inquire about opportunities.  

Database Intern

• Maintain and assist with data systems (Microsoft Excel, Access) and procedures in databases, spreadsheets and files for mailings of Education, Press, Membership and Outreach programs

• Update and enter data into Microsoft Access database; generate related reports for distribution to staff

• Create a manual for Access

Education Intern

• Assist teaching artists with instruction and preparation of art materials for on and off-site programs; e.g. School Art Vacation workshops, outreach programs, Pelham Art Center workshops, and special events

• Assist with educators' training programs and workshops

• Assist with office management filing, photocopying, mailings, etc.

• Assist with research and development of Visitor Survey, Program Assessments and Open Houses

• Assist with exhibit installations

• Assist with developing course catalogs

• Assist with ordering, and maintenance of, arts supplies and materials

• Assist with taking photographs of workshops, exhibitions, programs, and special events

Media Relations and Marketing Intern

• Maintain media contact list and make updates as needed

• Copy media clippings, maintain clippings in binder, and upload to website

• Research public access television opportunities

• Develop and maintain a binder of image archives, photographs, biographies, and other materials for artists, outreach, and public programming

• At the end of each exhibition or program compile a “clipbook” of the articles written about the activity to archive and to give to donors and program partners

• Assist with flyers/press releases and exhibition postcard mailings

• Assist with taking photographs of exhibitions, programs, and special events

Gallery Assistant Intern

• Assist in planning of Gallery Advisory Committee meetings

• Promote and assist with planning gallery exhibitions/special events and provide general administrative support

• Assist with correspondence to artists

• Maintain image archives, photographs, biographies, and other materials of artists

• Assist with installation and wall labels as needed

• Assist with taking photographs of exhibitions, programs, and special events in the gallery

Resource Development Intern

• Research grant opportunities and foundations

• Update grants calendar

• Work on final reports to funders

• Maintain and update funder database