Posted on :
21 Feb, 2017
21 Feb, 2017
This Johannesburg-based opportunity will see the successful candidate gain significant experience and hands-on practical experience, as they work closely with the ACT team, providing support for ACT’s programmes, between May and October 2017.
ACT is seeking young graduates with a keen interest in arts administration and the South African arts and culture sector. The internship will offer training that will build upon the intern’s theoretical knowledge in an applied setting, which will contrast theory with practice.
While fostering a sense of professionalism, the internship is designed to refine the writing, verbal and analytical skills of the intern, as well as honing practical knowledge of systems such as WordPress, Hootsuite and Microsoft Office Suite.
A strong work ethic and industry best practice will also be imparted on the chosen graduate. “In addition to gaining valuable relevant experience, the internship is a steppingstone to establishing a career in the arts.
The intern will be challenged to contemplate matters relating to project implementation, logistics, financial management, marketing, monitoring and evaluation, data collection, analysis and reporting throughout this six-month long opportunity.
These invaluable skills will help separate the intern from their peers, both on paper and in practice.
With funding from the National Lotteries Commission, the Arts & Culture Trust (ACT) is calling for applications from emerging arts administrators and recent arts graduates for a paid six-month full-time internship.
Closing date is 24 March 2017.