The United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro, dba ArtsGreensboro, is the largest dedicated alliance of public and private dollars supporting our local arts economy. Since 1960, our contributors and volunteers have had a broad impact on thousands: local audiences, students, teachers, artists, and families. ArtsGreensboro invests in more than 65 arts organizations, projects, teachers, and artists by awarding resources through various competitive grant programs and provides strategic leadership, advocacy, collaborative initiatives, marketing, and promotional services. ArtsGreensboro has served as an “incubator” for many emerging arts organizations such as the North Carolina Folk Festival and Casa Azul, both now independent nonprofits.

Internship Description

Our internship program is designed to fulfill academic objectives for a local undergraduate, as part of their degree requirements. We will assist students and faculty with any necessary reports or evaluations. Students work closely under the direction of the Director of Development and the President/CEO. We are specifically looking for a student interested in working on several special projects that involve art-based solutions to community needs as part of our Community Elevation Grant Program, and Summer4 Arts Project.

Duties may include assisting with program development, organizing community events, tracking program activities, collecting both qualitative and quantitative data to measure impact, working with program partners to distribute collection assessment tools, reviewing program logs to ensure compliance with program goals, organize schedules, prepare status reports, document activities, and lead post-assessment process including recommendations for future services, and analysis of overall program effectiveness.