We couldn’t do what we do without our amazing corps of volunteers and interns.

Throughout the year, they help with marketing, development, programming, and more. Learn how you can get involved!

 

Job Opportunities

We have ceased accepting applications for the 2019 Festival Volunteer Coordinator and 2019 Festival Community Outreach Coordinator.  Thank you for your interest and keep an eye out for new opportunities in 2020. 

Internship Opportunities

We have internships available throughout the year in various focus areas. Help us transform the drama of real life into memoir and documentary art to foster an appreciation for our unique and shared experiences.

Internship Schedule

Winter

December-February

Spring

March-May

Summer

June-August

Fall

September-November

 

The Development Intern works on grant research and writing, and maintaining donation records. While development experience is not necessary, candidates should have excellent writing and proofreading skills, be fluent with the basic Office suite of programs, and have some experience working with databases. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Jamie J. Brunson.

The Marketing Intern works closely with the Marketing and Communications Manager in all aspects of promoting First Person Arts (FPA) live events and media products. Key responsibilities include: Copywriting and editing FPA marketing collateral, blogging on firstpersonarts.org, working in Constant Contact to assist in building organizational eblasts, collecting and interpreting audience survey data, helping maintain online event presence by coordinating all event web listings, maintaining database records, providing occasional support at live events, and printing and cutting distribution materials. Creative Suite proficiency, a plus. Candidates should have excellent writing skills and be detail oriented. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Tanesha Ford.

The Photography Intern works closely with the Marketing and Communications Manager to create and organize photos of First Person Arts’ programs and activities. Candidates must have their own digital SLR camera. Intern must be available to photograph StorySlams and select First Person Arts events throughout the season and at the First Person Arts Festival. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Tanesha Ford.

The Programming Intern assists in the planning and implementation of all First Person Arts programming. Candidates should have excellent organizational and communication skills and be detail oriented. Intern must be available for StorySlams and select First Person Arts events throughout the season. To apply, email your resume and cover letter to Jamie J. Brunson.