The Internship Program provides an opportunity to work with staff for a two-three month period and learn about nonprofit administration. Interns are housed in an apartment on Arrowmont’s campus that includes a private bath and kitchenette. They will receive breakfast and dinner when our dining hall is open during class sessions and a meal stipend for the weeks when no classes are scheduled. A modest weekly stipend for personal expenses will be provided. Interns are expected to work 40 hours per week with two days off, some weekends required.
Studio and Program interns assist our gallery, supply store, and studio departments on campus. Knowledge in retail, studio maintenance, and/or gallery handling is preferred. Interns will receive tuition coverage for one workshop and a small studio space to work on personal art projects outside of work hours, in addition to the housing, meals, and stipend(s) listed above.
Technology interns assist with virtual programming and on-campus technology use. Knowledge in Adobe suite or a similar editing software bundle, zoom or similar live video platforms, and basic computer program use is preferred. Interns will receive tuition coverage for one workshop in addition to the housing, meals, and stipend(s) listed above.
2022 Internship sessions and application dates to be determined. No 2022 Internship applications are open at this time.
Educational Assistantship applications and further details regarding dates, submission materials and requirements can be found online at arrowmont.slideroom.com
Contact Rebecca Buglio, program and studio manager, by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 865-436-5860 ex 38 with questions or for more information.