CALL FOR HIGH SCHOOL EMPLOYEES!
The Quincy Art Center has been granted the Illinois Arts Council Summer Youth Employment in the Arts Project Grant and is seeking high school students to apply for two paid summer student employee positions! Students currently enrolled in high school and 2017 graduates are eligible to apply. Applicants should be interested in pursuing careers in the visual arts or art education.
Employment will start on Friday, June 2 and run through Monday, August 7. Applicants must be able to commit to the entire nine weeks. The student employee positions are 20 hours per week and the Interns will be compensated at $10 per hour. Responsibilities include assisting Art Instructors with Art Camp Classes, daily studio maintenance, assistance at outreach events, and exhibition installation. Full responsibilities and application can be found in the at HIGH SCHOOL SUMMER STUDENT EMPLOYEES 2017 APPLICATION
Applications are due on Friday, May 12, 2017. To apply, please send a completed application form to: Quincy Art Center, ATTN: Summer Youth Employment in the Arts Project, 1515 Jersey St., Quincy, IL 62301. You may also email your application to Jennifer Teter, Executive Director & Curator, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This project is funded by the Illinois Arts Council, a state agency.
"I was welcomed to the Quincy Art Center in June of 2015 as the Communication Intern. My duties included posting daily on social media, creating and reviewing press releases, taking pictures of various events and openings, and occasionally earning the opportunity to be interviewed by the local media. The welcoming and fun culture of the Quincy Art Center made my experience as an intern unforgettable. I was encouraged to ask questions and given more opportunities to learn new things and to strengthen my skills. The staff showed me every day their passion for art and creativity, while always remaining optimistic, encouraging and supportive. The time I spent at the Quincy Art Center has taught me so much, I don't think any other experience would have pushed me to pursue my passion. I have a deeper understanding of the field of Communication and applicable experience."
-Courtney Gear, 2015 Communication Intern, is shown leaving her hand print.
The policy and intent of the Quincy Art Center is to provide equal opportunity for all persons regardless of race, color, religion, national origin, marital status, political orientation, affectional orientation or gender identity status with regard to public assistance, disability, sex, or age.