Archive for December, 2016

December 21, 2016

Employer Profile: Little Bee Books, New York, NY

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A children’s book publisher founded in 2014, we publish a variety of board books, picture books, activity books, nonfiction titles, and novelty books, with authors and illustrators from both the U.S. and around the world.

We’re dedicated to making creative and fun books for kids 0-12. Based in New York City with a small team of publishing veterans, we love working in a start-up environment and creating a children’s list for today’s young readers. We are an imprint of Bonnier Publishing USA.

Looking for Children’s Book Illustrators!

December 21, 2016

Employer Profile: FutureMakers, Baltimore, MD

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FutureMakers is the mobile makerspace for grade and middle school students in the counties surrounding Baltimore and Washington, D.C. We ignite curiosity and build skills among young makers – hands-on problem solvers who tinker, build and thoughtfully play – using traditional tools and cutting-edge technologies. Developed by a team of educators and makers, FutureMakers brings maker education to public, private, homeschool and out-of-school time learning centers across the region. We believe kids need tools, not just toys.

Maker Education Coaches

Paid/ Part Time

FutureMakers is a growing team of maker education coaches – makers who teach, and teachers who make – with active practices as designers, tinkerers, artists, technologists, and exceptional educators. We partner with organizations and schools throughout the DC, MD, VA area to provide immersive, K – 8 learning labs where young makers play, experiment, and innovate with real tools and technologies, in material-rich environments. Our in- and out-of-school-time learning experiences foster essential connections between young makers and and visiting experts, inspiring young people to see themselves as innovators, ready to reimagine and design the world around them. FutureMakers coaches use their passions and expertise to design and build original workshops for diverse and varying communities, facilitating innovative, safe and active maker spaces for young people.

We encourage our coaches to follow their passions in and out of the classroom environment, using their own interests and skills to connect with young people. We’re seeking makers and educators who consider themselves experts in technologies, fabrication traditions, STEAM and maker education, and are ready to grow unique learning experiences that will change how a young person sees themselves in the world! We believe kids make things better.

Levels Taught:
1st – 8th grades, in- or out-of-school time settings.

Class size:
Minimum 5, maximum 20.

Instructional Team:

Although many of our partner sites are facilitated by single coaches, FutureMakers coaches often work together as co-facilitators at sites with larger teams of young makers, or have specifically requested multiple experts on site. Co-coaches work together to combine their individual passions into the creation of unique workshop plans, which develop and evolve throughout the workshop duration. Together, you will plan, instruct, and assess your project’s progress. On site, you report to our partner site manager. You are expected to communicate effectively with partner sites, FutureMakers staff, and the students you facilitate, using their feedback to guide the quality and improvements of your workshop. Instructional teams encouraged to apply!

Class Schedules:

We develop programs that take place in community centers, libraries, schools and community sites. The majority of our programs take place in the after-school hours of 3:00 – 7:00 PM, but some take place outside of those hours, or on weekend days. Schedules are planned and discussed in advance, and are fixed. Highly eligible coaches will have the opportunity to teach in our immersion labs, an in-school program that pairs maker educators with public school teachers.

Position Type:

Part-time; 5-20 hours per week depending on experience

Compensation:

Coaches typically start at $15, but rates can vary based on experience. There are opportunities to grow within the role to earn as much as $45 per coaching hour. Coaches are presented compensation packages that reflect the total work that goes into the prepping, planning, traveling, and teaching for each program they work. We offer flexible schedules, and all team members choose coaching opportunities that fit their schedule and areas of expertise.

Support Coach- Maker Education- Baltimore

Paid/ Part Time

FutureMakers is a growing team of maker education coaches – makers who teach, and teachers who make – with active practices as designers, tinkerers, artists, technologists, and exceptional educators. We partner with organizations and schools throughout the DC, MD, VA area to provide immersive, K – 8 learning labs where young makers play, experiment, and innovate with real tools and technologies, in material-rich environments. Our in- and out-of-school-time learning experiences foster essential connections between young makers and and visiting experts, inspiring young people to see themselves as innovators, ready to reimagine and design the world around them. FutureMakers coaches use their passions and expertise to design and build original workshops for diverse and varying communities, facilitating innovative, safe and active maker spaces for young people.

We encourage our coaches to follow their passions in and out of the classroom environment, using their own interests and skills to connect with young people. Our offices are locating in the Motor House on North Ave in Baltimore City. We are seeking Support Coaches to work alongside our experienced lead Coaches who are interested in being part of an exciting and diverse community of coaches as we grow our presence in Baltimore City. We believe kids make things better.

Levels Taught:
K – 8th grades, in and out of school time settings in schools and community centers.

Class size:
Minimum 10, Maximum 20.

Instructional Team:

FutureMakers Support Coaches work alongside experienced lead coaches at sites that have larger teams of young makers, or have specifically requested multiple experts on site. On site, you report to our partner site manager. You are expected to communicate effectively with your lead coaching partner and partner site staff, FutureMakers admin, and the students you facilitate, using their feedback to guide the quality and improvements of your workshop.

Class Schedules:

We develop programs that take place in community centers, libraries, schools and community sites. The majority of our programs take place in the after-school hours of 3:00 – 7:00 PM, but some take place during school days, or on weekend days. Schedules are set by your availability, in advance, and are fixed. This position is seasonal and will last for the duration of the school year, starting in September and ending in June. There are substantial opportunities, for those that are interested, to continue on through the summer, working between 10-40 hours a week.

Position Type:

Seasonal; 3-15 hours per week.

Compensation:

Support Coaches earn $15 per hour with opportunities to grow within the role in to become Lead Coaches.

Job Requirements/Responsibilities:

Readiness to apply your skills as a Youth Developer to support the implementation of Maker Education workshops alongside a Lead Coach. Workshops include digital fabrication, product design, basic electronics, traditional woodworking, manufacturing technology, soft circuits and sculpture, sewing, physical computing and a range of tinkering and experimental programs.
Must be adaptable, flexible, and enthusiastic while interacting with groups of elementary and middle school students in informal settings.
Ability to assess your progress and troubleshoot challenges.
Ability to work collaboratively with an co-facilitator.
Reliable transportation.
Afternoon availability, on school days and some weekends (all scheduling is agreed in advance).

December 21, 2016

Employer Profile: Venture for America, New York, NY and Baltimore, MD

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Venture for America is a fellowship program that places recent graduates at startups in cities with emerging entrepreneurial ecosystems, forging a community of entrepreneurs committed to building companies that matter.

Venture for America 2017 Fellow

Paid/ Full Time

WHO WE ARE:
Venture for America is a nonprofit fellowship program empowering recent college graduates to launch their careers as entrepreneurs and revitalize American cities. After five weeks of training, VFA Fellows spend two years working for a startup in a U.S. city with an emerging startup ecosystem. Throughout the fellowship, they learn how to contribute to a high-growth business and gain access to mentorship, ongoing training, and the nationwide VFA community. When Fellows and alumni are ready to build companies of their own, VFA provides the resources they need to become entrepreneurs.

Our goal is to fuel job growth in cities throughout the U.S. while empowering our best and brightest to create value in their communities. We aim to produce effective and high-character builders who will found and lead quality organizations throughout their careers.

OUR MISSION:
To revitalize American cities and communities through entrepreneurship.
To enable our best and brightest to create new opportunities for themselves and others.
To restore the culture of achievement to include value-creation, risk & reward, and the common good.

WHO YOU ARE:
A college senior or recent grad of any major or academic background
High-character and self-aware with founder potential and the ability to contribute to a startup
Looking forward to the opportunity to help build an early stage company in one of our cities

THE FELLOWSHIP EXPERIENCE INCLUDES:
A great startup job. Get access to hundreds of vetted opportunities at our partner startups and find your team fit.
World-class training. Attend a rigorous five-week training program that includes multi-day workshops, group and individual challenges, and includes sessions led by Flatiron School, IDEO, McKinsey, and noteworthy entrepreneurs and investors
A close-knit network. Join a community of talented peers, mentors, and advisors that includes experienced entrepreneurs and industry experts
Skills development. Follow a robust two-year curriculum with opportunities for ongoing skill and character development, along with events and programs to keep you plugged into the Fellow network
Access to capital. Launch projects or ventures of your own using resources such as the $100K VFA Seed Fund, our investor council, or our $50K Innovation fund for pro-social projects and businesses

ALUMNI HAVE ACCESS TO:
The VFA Seed Fund: Access to $150K+ in investment annually for launching Fellow-led companies
VFA Accelerator: Resources to help Fellow Founders refine their business models, prepare for meetings with outside investors, and launch their business the right way
VFA Investment Council: A group of 10+ third-party angel investors who invest in Fellow ventures
VFA Alumni Network: Opportunities to stay connected through alumni boards, events, on-campus recruitment, mentoring younger Fellows, and more

December 21, 2016

Employer Profile: Peace Corps, ALL OVER THE WORLD!

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As the preeminent international service organization of the United States, the Peace Corps sends Americans abroad to tackle the most pressing needs of people around the world. Peace Corps Volunteers work at the grassroots level toward sustainable change that lives on long after their service—at the same time becoming global citizens and serving their country. When they return home, Volunteers bring their knowledge and experiences—and a global outlook—that enriches the lives of those around them.

Volunteer

Paid/ Full Time, 2 years

his is your time
The Peace Corps serves in more than 60 countries on many of the world’s pressing issues. Remember Peace Corps Volunteers range in age, gender, race, and professional experience. Join the nearly 7,000 Americans serving abroad and find the right fit.

Applicants to the two-year program must be at least 18 years old and a U.S. citizen.

Apply 9 to 12 months before you want to leave.

December 20, 2016

Employer Profile: MISSION, Baltimore, MD

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Mission is an agency focused on the convergence of branding, technology and effectiveness. We are fiercely independent, not beholden to layers of bureaucracy. Our mantra is single-minded: Connecting heart, mind and gut to craft communications that build loyalty, passion and demand.

Brand Designer 

Paid/ Full Time

We just threw a rock and here’s your opportunity to get hit by it. Mission is currently seeking applicants to join our design team. The position is open to mid-level designers with a wide range of skill sets. Primary responsibilities include all aspects of design for digital platforms including websites, digital campaigns, email and social media. Additional responsibilities may also include identity, packaging, layout, and advertising design. Applicants must be extremely organized, detail-oriented, and comfortable working within a collaborative team environment.

Primary Responsibilities

• Conceptualizing, executing and taking design pieces through production
• Working on a wide variety of brands that demand different design aesthetics
• Working closely with other designers and creative directors

Requirements

• Being highly creative, conceptual, as well as organized
• Have an understanding of brand strategy and the abilty to translate systems into digital platforms
• Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills
• Able to take initiative and ask questions as needed
• Able to give (and take) constructive criticism
• Have excellent time management skills and able to work within deadlines
• Have an interest in social, cultural and aesthetic themes and trends
• Strong knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
• Minimum two years experience

Extra Credit

• Knack for writing copy
• Photo editing and retouching skills
• Working knowledge of front-end development
Digital Design

Paid/ Full Time

Mission is currently seeking applicants to join our interactive design team. The position is open to mid-level designers who possess a wide range of skill sets related to design for the web. Primary responsibilities include all aspects of design for digital platforms including websites, interactive displays, digital campaigns, email and social media. Applicants must be extremely organized, detail-oriented, and comfortable working within a collaborative team environment.

An ideal candiate is someone who isn’t afraid of new challenges and the growing demand for creating smart, usable and lasting digital experiences. They should have a strong working knowledge of user-centered design, able to develop pieces that cater to specific audiences and use cases.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES
– Conceptualizing, executing and taking design pieces through production
Working with a wide variety of brands that demand different design aesthetics
Collaborating closely with other designers and creative directors

REQUIREMENTS
– Being highly creative, conceptual, as well as organized
– Have an understanding of brand strategy and the abilty to translate systems into digital platforms
– Have excellent interpersonal and communication skills
– Able to articulate point of view as it related to interaction design
– Able to take initiative and ask questions as needed
– Able to give (and take) constructive criticism Have excellent time management skills and able to work within deadlines
– Have an interest in social, cultural and aesthetic themes and trends Strong knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite
– An active curiosity as it relates to emerging technologies and best practices
– Minimum two years experience

EXTRA CREDIT
– Knack for writing copy
– Illustration experience
– Photo editing and retouching skills
– Working knowledge of front-end development and production
– Enjoys being around dogs in an office environment
User-Experience

Paid/ Full Time
Digital Marketing

Paid/ Full Time
Digital Development

Paid/ Full Time

December 20, 2016

Employer Profile: Young Audiences for Learning, Baltimore, MD

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At Young Audiences, our professional visual and performing artists are highly-experienced, and all of our programs are guaranteed to connect to the Maryland State Curriculum. However, as a dedicated non-profit, we’re here to provide more than just programming. Staying in touch with Young Audiences assures you’ll remain up-to-date about grant opportunities and arts resources — and we’ll help you get them!

Summer Arts and Learning Academy Planning Intern

Unpaid or Small Stipend/ Internship/ Summer 2017

REPORTS TO: Chief Operating Officer

SUMMARY
Young Audiences is seeking enthusiastic applicants to work closely with the Chief Operating Officer and Arts Integration Specialist in planning all aspects of the Young Audiences Summer Arts and Learning Academies for the summer of 2017. This intern will gain knowledge in summer school design, curriculum design and implementation, staff hiring, partnership development, financial and logistical workings of partnering with Baltimore City Public Schools and running summer school sites. The intern may collaborate with site based staff, including teachers, teaching artists, teaching artist assistants, and all contract staff (i.e., Playworks). This intern will gain experience working with different stakeholders including district level administration (i.e., Baltimore City Schools Office of Extended Learning and Office of Fine Arts), food and nutrition, transportation, student support and safety, and communications.

ABOUT THE SUMMER ARTS ACADEMY
Baltimore City Schools Summer Arts and Learning Academies operated by Young Audiences Arts for Learning Maryland (YA) will be an action-packed, full-day, five-week program that introduces students to a wide variety of art forms – from illustration, to spoken word, to percussion, to drama and dance—and gives students a chance to work alongside students from across the city and be taught by professional artists. Daily literacy and math classes will be co-taught by a teacher and professional teaching artist allowing students to experience reading, writing and math like never before…through the arts! Students will have the opportunity to imagine, create, and express who they are through the arts and try on art forms they never imagined. Students will travel to different arts destinations across the city, and their work will be celebrated through a student showcase on the final day of the program. YA will host four Summer Arts and Learning Academies throughout the City, locations TBD. Each site is expected to accommodate 10 classrooms with 25 students in each for a total of 250 students per site.

WORK HOURS AND COMPENSATION
 Work hours our flexible between 9:00AM-5:00PM Monday through Friday
 Ideal candidate will work 10-15 hours per week.
 Compensation: College credit OR a small stipend will be provided. (If seeking college credit, it must be worked out in advance by the applicant and his/her college)

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS
 Work closely with the Chief Operating Officer on all administrative and logistical aspects of the planning process.
 Support the Arts Integration Specialist in curricular planning aspects of the program.
 Work closely with Young Audiences and Baltimore City Schools stakeholders to ensure smooth operation of the site including teaching and learning (Office of Extended Learning and Office of Fine Arts), food and nutrition, transportation, student support and safety, and communications.
 Research potential field trip destinations that support instruction and introduce students to unique arts experiences.
 Coordinate and organize potential staff resumes, and assist in scheduling interviews.
 Assist in widely distributing job postings to ensure YA attracts the best candidates for all positions.
 Order and organize classroom and site based supplies.
 Assist with the organization and management of student applications and notification.
 Develop systems for organizing teacher support material including curricula, lesson plans, evaluation plans etc.
 Setup Student Management System, parent text notification systems etc.
 Assist in the distribution of marketing materials to students and families
 Coordinate with and provide support for various partnerships and external stakeholders.
 Submit verbal and written reports as required.

REQUIREMENTS
 Passion for and knowledge in the arts and education is a must!
 Strong communications, verbal, written and social media skills.
 Strong organizational skills.

December 20, 2016

Employer Profile: Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI), Johns Hopkins, Baltimore, MD

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Complex problems can only be addressed by sophisticated teams. HEMI members are globally recognized experts in the fundamental science of materials and structures under extreme conditions. We are dedicated to improving the human condition by working with government, industry and national institutions to develop science-based tools. We not only teach the world how to think about materials in extreme environments, but also design materials for extreme conditions.
Through our collaborations, we bring together the best scientists and engineers in the world to address some of the most difficult technological challenges of our time.

Summer Project/ Internship

Internship

The Hopkins Extreme Materials Institute (HEMI) and the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) are pleased to announce the Summer Project/Internship. The goal of this project/internship is explore visual representations of the HEMI organization, structure, current research, and relationships. Visual representations can include, but are not limited to: storyboarding and narrative, animation, photography, graphic design, interactive arts or products, games, information visualization, illustration, or drawing.

HEMI expects the internship to take place between June 1st and August 15th each year.

Eligibility:
Current MICA undergraduate or graduate students are eligible to apply for this internship. The applicant will also need to identify a MICA faculty member who will serve as the advisor for this summer project/internship.

December 20, 2016

Employer Profile: Mindgrub Technologies, Baltimore, MD

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mindgrub.com

Mindgrub specializes in the strategic development of technology and services to meet the
evolving marketing and information delivery means of Fortune 500, Government and Education institutions. We create applications for the web, social media, and mobile technology. We utilize iOS (iPhone/iPad), Android, Drupal, and other software platforms to develop social media tools and campaigns. We have unique frameworks for location based services, augmented reality, and mobile gaming. Mindgrub knows, and is a leader in, how to keep users of new technology engaged and accessing information in creative and innovative ways.

Follow Mindgrub:
http://twitter.com/Mindgrub
http://www.facebook.com/mindgrub

Graphic Designer 

Paid/ Full Time/ TBD

Drive the high quality and effective execution of visual design on specific client engagements through production and collaboration.

Mindgrub is seeking to fill the position of Graphic Designer with a vibrant, enthusiastic, and knowledgeable individual. As a graphic designer on a variety of projects, you will collaborate and learn from a strongly skilled in-house team of engineers, user experience architects, and marketing gurus.

To fit the culture, you’ll need to be open to clear communication, consistent collaboration (from sketching to slacking), and willing to ask the right questions! You’ll need to be highly organized and driven by a strong work ethic. Do you spread positive vibes and love to help others? Are you ready to ask for advice or help from other team members? Do you have a love for challenging design assignments that vary from dynamic product development to lead-generation-focused websites? Are you energized by an active work environment? If you’ve answered yes to these questions, please take the next step.

Application Must-Haves:
Send us your creatively designed resume, express your personality in a cover letter, and have a live portfolio website link ready for us to review.

Job Title: Graphic Designer
Department: Design Department, Creative Team
Reports to: Vice President of Creative Strategy
Position Purpose: To drive the high quality and effective execution of visual design on specific client engagements through production and collaboration.

SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES:

Execute and deliver high quality design based on client goals and contemporary design concepts
Complete assigned creative milestones on time and with a strong understanding of the project guidelines
Meet and exceed the client’s and team’s creative vision
Collaborate with project team and design leads to ensure creative direction is carried through a project lifecycle, from concept to product launch to client hand off
Collaborate with project team members to follow and advance creative processes
Apply your creativity to come up with methods to approach a design problem, and voice those ideas and suggestions to the team
Follow up with questions or ideas to help the creative process
Take input and advice from client and team and collaborate to move a project forward
Contribute to a positive, creative atmosphere
TECHNICAL SKILLS

Advanced skills in Adobe Creative Cloud and other digital design programs, such as Sketch
Familiar with designing for Content Management Systems, like WordPress and Drupal
Understanding of the Bootstrap or other frameworks, and how they shape a digital design approach
Proficient with Google Suite and familiar with project management software, such as Basecamp
InVision experience is a plus
DESIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

Bachelor’s degree in graphic design preferred, not required with acquired experience
1 to 3 years of graphic design work experience in web and/or mobile design applications
Portfolio required exhibits a mastery of graphic design principles (typography, form, color, composition, grid)
Project types preferred: Responsive web design, print design, branding and logo design, mobile app design
ADDITIONAL INFO:

The position will require you to work on-site in the Mindgrub Baltimore office, and manage multiple tasks while delivering projects on time and on budget.
This is a full-time position. Contractors should not apply.
Excellent benefit package that includes medical, dental, life, 401(k), transportation subsidy, and more.
Annual training budget dedicated to your professional development.
A flexible schedule.
Delicious catered monthly meetings.
Healthy/less-healthy snacks, beverages and coffee.
A variety of fun Mindgrub hosted events (e.g. Adventure club, O’s games, Happy Hours, and more).

 
Creative Engineer 

Paid/ Full Time

Mindgrub is looking for a talented web developer to join our growing team in Baltimore, MD. Our ideal candidate has a strong attention to detail and finely honed development skills with great knowledge of and experience building sites with WordPress.

Job Title: Creative Engineer
Department: Design Department, Creative Team
Reports to: Vice President of Creative Strategy
RESPONSIBILITIES

Developing custom WordPress sites and landing pages for our clients and internal teams.
Maintenance and troubleshooting of existing sites.
Working with designers, project managers, and other developers to find creative solutions to client challenges.
Research on new techniques and development of tools to improve quality and efficiency of our work.
QUALIFICATIONS

You should have very solid responsive HTML and CSS skills and be comfortable working with PHP and JavaScript.
Great working knowledge of WordPress and common plugins is a must ( we use ACF and Gravity Forms on most projects ).
You should be comfortable using version control and cringe at the thought of someone not using it ( we use Git ).
You should know your way around some modern front end practices and tools ( we use Bootstrap, SCSS, Gulp, and NPM on most projects ).
You don’t need to be a systems wizard but you should be able to maintain a local development environment, move sites between servers, and get your hands dirty in the command line if needed. We use Pantheon to make most of this a breeze.
You spend time thinking about how best to organize your code and make it readable for others.
You should have good communication skills and a positive attitude when working with coworkers. We learn and grow by collaborating and sharing knowledge.
You should have a good feel for user experience and an eye for good design. You take pride in building beautiful and usable custom fields. You will be working closely with designers to ensure we deliver a quality product that looks great and is easy to use.
NICE TO HAVE

Experience with other content management systems ( Drupal, Expression Engine, etc ) is a big plus.
Experience with modern JavaScript frameworks ( Angular, React, etc ) to supplement your CMS work would be great but not required.
Knowledge of accessibility and SEO best practices.
DESIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Computer Science or other relevant degree ( unless you can show equivalent work experience).
Minimum of 2 years of WordPress development experience.
COMMENTS

This position will require you to work on-site in the Mindgrub Baltimore office, and manage multiple tasks while delivering projects on time and on budget.
This is a full-time position.
Contractors will not be considered.
Excellent benefit package that includes medical, dental, life, 401(k), transportation subsidy, and more. .
UX/IA

December 20, 2016

CANCELLED: Employer Profile: IA | Interior Architects, Washington, DC

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Due to scheduling conflicts, Interior Architects is no longer able to attend the event.  Please drop you resume off at the sign in desk if you wish us to send it to the company.

IA translates client goals, brand and culture into powerful environments built around people, processes, technologies, and business drivers.

Positions to be announced closer to the event date.

December 20, 2016

Employer Profile: Maryland Art Place, Baltimore, MD

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www.mdartplace.org

In 1981, a group of artists and committed citizens began exploring the subject of the visual arts in Maryland, focusing on two primary concerns: the common needs of visual artists throughout the state, and the desire of many citizens to have more access to and information about artists working in Maryland.

The Maryland State Arts Council recognized the inherent value of these concerns and the importance of a venue to facilitate the communities’ needs. As a result of their awareness, the Arts Council granted funds to form an organization that would further this group’s pursuits in promoting contemporary art. This dedicated group, became the founders of Maryland Art Place (MAP), leading the organization to incorporation in 1982.

MAP remains committed to fostering an environment conducive to the growth of contemporary art in Maryland, and has sought to fulfill its mission through broad-based programming which offers artists and the public a variety of avenues for challenging interaction and advancement.

Summer & Fall Internships

Unpaid/ Internships

Maryland Art Place is Currently Seeking Interns

MAP offers internships for upper level college students, graduate students and recent graduates. Fall, Spring and Summer Internships available. MAP hours: 10 am-5 pm, Tuesday-Saturday.

Interns are responsible for assisting MAP in a variety of ways, ranging from programming to administration, with opportunities for special projects depending on skills and professional interest. Intern duties include: performing research; assisting with gallery preparation and installation; coordinating events, social media and community outreach.

NOTE: MAP internships are unpaid and do not include parking. Academic credit available.

Qualifications:

Required: High interest. Positive attitude. Professional demeanor. Reliability.

Preferred: Familiarity with Mac and PC platforms; Microsoft Office; Photoshop; social media.