Vera Project seeks Creative Digital Equity Intern

Cultural & Creative Workforce Development Internships

Northwest Folklife, in collaboration with the Office of Economic Development and the Office of Arts and Culture, has developed a pilot internship program that provides paid internships for Seattle’s young creatives. These internships range between 12-24 weeks long and give youth hands-on training in various creative fields. Interns will work 12-14 hours weekly at their internship sites, and 1-2 hours with Northwest Folklife.

Vera Project Creative Digital Equity Internship

About: The Vera Project (VERA) is a Seattle-based music & arts venue dedicated to fostering a participatory creative culture through popular music concerts, arts programs, experiential learning, and volunteer opportunities for all ages, especially young people.

The Creative Digital Equity Intern works with the Artistic Director and Education Manager to facilitate The Vera Project’s digital equity efforts to provide resources, equipment, and education for young people interested in audio, video, and live production. Over the course of the internship, the intern will gain significant experience in developing career-connected workshops, using and maintaining professional quality audio and video equipment, and digital equity advocacy for young people in the Seattle-King County area.

Deadline: Applicants are requested to submit no later than Dec. 16, 2020.

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All Applications must be accompanied by a completed Creative Force Intern Intake form.