Student Engagement Intern In this internship, the student will learn about the inner workings and history of Fleisher’s Program Department. In 1898, Fleisher’s founder, Samuel S. Fleisher, first extended the invitation for "the world to come and learn art." Fleisher's singular vision of high-quality, low-cost and tuition-free art instruction continues uninterrupted at Fleisher Art Memorial. At Fleisher, artists of all backgrounds share in the commonality of the creative experience while studying with a distinguished faculty of working artists in the visual arts. The Intern will support the Program Department as it examines and develops its student engagement materials onsite, and online. During this summer opportunity, the Intern will learn how Fleisher engages with students and subsequently documents those interactions based on William Penn Foundation’s rubrics.
Document student interactions and engagement through observation, photos, and interviews
Participate in offsite events through our ColorWheels program for documentation and engagement cues
Develop student feedback and documentation tools, as they relate to our youth and adult programs
Implement developed Student Engagement Materials with actual visitors to assess user-ability and ease
Develop weekly documentation strategies in our Youth Exhibitions
Create weekly presentation (blog, bulletin, social media) of all documentation for the community
Experience working with students of all ages
Excellent organizational abilities and an eye for detail
Interest in documentation and community engagement
Strong command of Microsoft Office Suite,Wordpress and Social Media.
Occasional weekend and evening hours may be required
Experience with photography/sound/film preferred
Application: To apply for this position, please send all required information listed under "How to Apply" to Adrianne Waxman, Manager of Audience Engagement at firstname.lastname@example.org with “Arts Intern” in the subject line.