At Dance Project, we love having interns work with us each semester! As an intern, you will help with events, plan and schedule social media campaigns, write a grant report, collaborate on marketing campaigns, and help with running a small nonprofit organization. It's a hands-on creative opportunity that our previous interns tell us is also a lot of fun! Join us!
I can't wait to watch Dance Project grow and it's truly going to touch so many more people like me. I wish more places were as kind-hearted, loving, and willing to teach as everyone here. You all are such a wonderful group of people and I'm honored that I got to be a part of it this semester.
Working with Dance Project gave me an insight to the arts community in Greensboro. I was introduced to so many artists and people that work in the arts that I know I will be able to network with sometime in the future. Dance Project also inspired me to look into future non-profit experiences because I felt incredibly at home in that atmosphere and hope that I am able to jump at an opportunity like this again, especially in dance.
Apply for an Internship
The Dance Project is now accepting applications for Spring 2018! Spring internships run mid-January through mid-May. These internships will provide opportunities to work for a non-profit organization and gain insight into the life of arts administration. An ideal intern candidate will be reliable and prompt, with strong verbal and written communication skills, an attention to detail, and an interest in working with a community-minded organization.
Dance Project, Inc. is an organization with three activities: a school, a festival, and a dance company. Working in this atmosphere provides invaluable experience with the multiple facets of an arts career.
Interns typically work 5-10 hours per week, and must have access to own laptop/tablet to work from. Interns may be assigned to work across multiple areas, if skill sets and interests allow; all interns are expected to help with major Dance Project events when available.
Positions available in the following areas:
- School Operations
- School Outreach and Performance
- Marketing and Social Media Assistance
- NC Dance Festival Program Assistant
- Development Assistance
- Event Assistant
In addition to gaining experience, interns may take free dance classes at our School during the semester they are interning (including half-price master classes), and, with faculty approval, may apply for academic credit.
To apply, submit a letter of interest and resume with references to the address below. Please indicate the position(s) you are interested in being considered for. Submit by November 17th.
Dance Project, Inc.
Attn: Anne Morris