The Parks, Recreation and Community Services (PRCS) Department, is seeking a Public Art Intern to join the team this spring between the months of March and June 2018 (internship may be extended past June 2018 pending final budget approval). This internship provides an excellent opportunity for an individual interested in enhancing his/her administrative and project management skills. Through mentorship, the successful candidate will assist the PRCS Director with various public art projects and program initiatives.
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The ideal candidate will be a student currently enrolled in a local community college or university majoring in Art, Business Administration, Business Management or closely related degree program; and/or is considering a career in either the Public Sector or a career with an emphasis in Art, Art history, or other Art-related field. The candidate should enjoy working with a variety of City staff and the public. The candidate should be comfortable with asking questions and using this opportunity to experience how a City functions. The ideal candidate will also have excellent oral and written communication skills and be comfortable with public speaking and oral presentations.