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Visual AIDS is seeking Fall interns for development, programming, and archival assistant roles. Interns work closely with a small staff located in Chelsea to support the day-to-day administrative and project tasks, as well as support Artist Members in the Artist+ Registry.

Visual AIDS internships are unpaid but we are happy to work with you to receive college credit. Please note that interns should be available to commit to coming into the office for a minimum of 2 days a week from September to December.

New York City metropolitan area residents (within commuting distance to New York City) have priority for internship opportunities.

Upcoming Projects:

  • Supporting upcoming events and public programs
  • Maintaining the Visual AIDS Artist Registry and Archive Project
  • Development prospect research and benefit support including Postcards from the Edge

Qualifications:

  • Reliable, passionate, curious and self-driven
  • Priority is given to students at accredited undergraduate and graduate programs
  • Applicants must have completed a minimum of two years of academic course work
  • While a demonstrated interest in art, HIV and AIDS, and activism is preferred, students in all majors are encouraged to apply

People of color, women, and gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender/gender non-confirming and HIV positive individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.

To apply, email a CV and cover letter outlining your interest in Visual AIDS and your relevant skills and passions to Tracy Fenix, Artist+ Registry Associate at [email protected].

Deadline to apply is Sunday, August 25, 2019.