Summer 2021 Intern
Overview of Role
The Summer Intern will be part-time member of the Ping Chong and Company staff during Summer 2021. We are seeking an Intern who is interested in gaining experience in administrative, producing, and artistic areas of a nonprofit interdisciplinary arts organization. Interns will gain exposure to an artist-centered work environment and ongoing programs to support the generation of new work and education and training initiatives. Depending on the specific experience and interest of the intern, areas of focus and projects will be mutually determined.
The staff of Ping Chong and Company is currently working remotely and this position may start remotely, with the expectation to work from the PCC office once it is safe to do so. A few on site orientation days at the PCC office may be requested, with safe Covid-19 social distancing protocols.
— Administrative and Archival Filing
— Digitizing archival materials.
— Research support for Productions.
— Generating online and social media content
— Database entries.
Key Qualifications Desired
Interest in nonprofit, socially-engaged, multidisciplinary and performing arts preferred.
Ability to work remotely from home and when safe, be present at the PCC office for work hours.
Timeframe and Compensation
The internship will require 10-15 hours per week. The desired time frame is early June - late August. The stipend is $1000 per month.
Please email a cover letter, resume, and three references to Jane Jung, Managing Director by Friday, May 14, 2021.