The best and easiest way to participate is to join us for one of our many events. We have something for everyone: music, visual art, performance, dance, community events, and social gatherings.
The Bridge PAI relies on the incredible support of volunteer fellows to help us put together our programs and events. We actively seek driven individuals who can commit time and energy to assist at various levels in presenting our message and work to the community. Hours may vary depending on our program schedule
If you are interested in pursuing one of our fellowship opportunities, please contact us.
Arts Incubator Fellow
Help present all Arts Incubator events, including the monthly meetup and accompanying workshops. Estimated hours per month: 10
Film, photograph, or arrange the documentation of Bridge PAI events and programs. Edit and archive video and film from events and artists interviews. Estimated hours per month: 10
Manage the prep work for an exhibit and coordinate the breakdown of a show after the exhibit has been completed. Estimated hours per month: 10-15
Assist the director with help in grant finding, writing, and editing. Connect the director with local funding opportunities and private donors. Work can be done from home or at The Bridge PAI office. Estimated hours per month: 10-20
Interns are an essential component of the work of The Bridge, and we take our internship program seriously in order to maximize its potential for reciprocal benefits. We rely on interns to help us provide excellent programs and services to the community on a very modest organizational budget. In exchange, we provide interns with valuable learning and service opportunities, resume-building arts administration work experience, and a direct connection to the arts and artists in our community.
Bridge interns must commit to working a minimum of:
- 10 hours/week of project or office work
- 1 weekend or evening event per month
- Attending weekly staff meeting (2 hours or less per week)
Assist with events and program production at The Bridge PAI. In particular, the Programming Intern schedules, coordinates, and supports those events associated with the Arts Incubator and Public Artists (spring and fall). This position includes some graphic design work, event management, organization, and flexibility.
Help maintain a voice for The Bridge PAI across social media platforms, newsletter, and any other media outlets. The Communications Intern will also ensure the website is up-to-date with relevant program information. Some experience with graphic design, wordpress, and social media necessary for this position.
Manage donor database and donor communication. Assist staff with planning fundraising events, particularly Revel (spring event). Research grants to support Bridge PAI programming and help staff write and edit grant applications.
To talk to us about becoming an intern at The Bridge PAI, please send a resume to firstname.lastname@example.org.