Ariel Thilenius is looking for students to do Summer Internships with The Woodruff Arts Center. Ariel is an LMC grad who was our first commencement speaker! They are looking for interns in Information Technology, Development Operations,Transformation Campaign / Long Term Giving, Marketing, Graphic Design, and Special Events.
The Woodruff Arts Center offers unpaid internships for students from local and national colleges and universities. Our goal is to provide an in depth view of the administration of the Woodruff Arts Center and of our divisions to inspire an interest in the arts and non-profit organizations.
The following calendar will assist you in the application process. Please note, applicants will be contacted ONLY if selected for an interview with the department supervisor
Fall Term: September – December Annually
Applications will be accepted until October 31 OR until positions are filled
Applications will be accepted until April 15 OR until positions are filled
Please send the following to the appropriate department:- Downloadable Internship Application
– Cover Letter
– CLASS CREDIT: Documentation from the educational institution to confirm that you have been approved to receive educational credits for the internship
– NOT for class credit: A letter from your educational institution describing how this internship will benefit your studies (Please refer to the departmental position descriptions for additional information about each role)Departments for Internships
Please submit all application materials to the appropriate Department Supervisor:
Information Technology firstname.lastname@example.org
Development Operations email@example.com
Transformation Campaign / Long Term Giving firstname.lastname@example.org
Graphic Design Kyler.Johnson@woodruffcenter.org
Special Events email@example.com