Rolling Deadline

The Internship Program at The Arts Commission offers experience in delivering innovative and influential programming to the community, educational and professional development opportunities for artists and area youth, advocacy on behalf of artists and cultural organizations, and access to arts and culture for all in the greater Toledo region. We welcome students who wish to broaden their educational and professional experience by working and learning in an arts nonprofit. We are seeking individuals from all disciplines; most importantly we are looking for those who are as excited about our city as we are!

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Event Planning & Programming Internship

Position Runs January-May

Work with our Art Loop program, Ninth Congressional District Invitational Art Exhibit, and annual spring fundraiser, The Mix! Interns will gain experience in special events and community programming by assisting with volunteer and information management, community partnerships, creative problem solving, and event planning.

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Programming & Operations Internship

Gain experience working in community through artistic/educational programming by assisting with planning, implementation, and management of various Arts Commission programs including Art Loop, Momentum, Art in Public Places and Creative Placemaking.

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Marketing, Social Media & Communications Internship

This internship is designed to support the overall messaging and communications for The Arts Commission. Interns will gain experience in e-communications, social media research and growth, copyediting, and consistent branding through hands-on training and campaign assistance.

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Young Artists at Work Staff Opportunities

Young Artists at Work (YAAW) is a six week summer employment program where teen apprentices are paid to make public art. For more information, visit our Youth page.

TEACHING STAFF - Instructors and Assistant Instructors

The Arts Commission invites applications for contracted part-time employment to teach visual arts in our six-week summer youth employment program (June 29 – August 7, 2020). Applications due February 7, 2020. Visit our Youth page to view a full job description.


Propose a Workshop

In addition to teaching visual arts, we seek proposals from artists and professionals to offer workshops for teen apprentices ranging from financial literacy to puppetry. If you have a skill or activity to share, please submit your workshop idea. Proposals due February 7, 2020.

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