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Justice Arts Coalition | Washington, DC
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Justice Arts Coalition


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Published 10 days ago

Start Date

September 30, 2019

End Date

December 20, 2019

Application Deadline

September 20, 2019

Hours Per Week

15-20 hours per week


The Justice Arts Coalition (JAC), currently in its start-up phase of development, is seeking an Intern based in the Washington, DC area to assist in all areas of online communications, including website maintenance and development, email, and social media, as well as in organizing, advertising, and facilitating local events. 

This is an unpaid internship requiring a commitment of 15-20 hours/week. We are looking for someone to start immediately, and who can commit through December. Most responsibilities will be fulfilled remotely and will require the use of a personal computer with internet access. 

The ideal candidate will have a deep commitment to JAC’s mission, vision, and values, and should be organized, with strong attention to detail, possess excellent computer skills (including competency using Wordpress) and be able to work independently and complete projects quickly without sacrificing quality and accuracy.

Responsibilities will include:

  • Maintaining and updating the Justice Arts Coalition website
  • Maintaining and beautifying our online galleries, which feature work by system-impacted artists
  • Messaging via the JAC social media accounts, email account, and website
  • Responding to email inquiries that come through the website 
  • Responding to letters from artists in prison to provide them with information about JAC
  • Assisting in organizing, promoting, and facilitating local events such as exhibitions and convenings
  • Developing and distributing monthly e-newsletters
  • Assisting with fundraising campaigns
  • Helping to facilitate JAC’s pARTner project

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Individuals who have been directly impacted by the criminal justice system are encouraged to apply. 

If interested, please send your resume/CV, cover letter, and two professional or academic references to wendy@thejusticeartscoalition.org.




The Justice Arts Coalition (JAC), currently in its start-up phase of development, is seeking an Intern based in the Washington, DC area to assist in all areas of online communications, including website maintenance and development, email, and…

Details at a glance

  • Remote Possible
  • Academic Credits

Benefits

Unfortunately, JAC is not yet in a position to be able to offer compensation for internships. However, we will gladly coordinate with academic institutions to ensure that interns can receive credit for their work with us. This internship is primarily performed remotely, although there will be regularly-scheduled meetings -- either in person or by phone -- with JAC's Managing Director, and attendance at JAC events will be expected.

Unfortunately, JAC is not yet in a position to be able to offer compensation for internships. However, we will gladly coordinate with academic institutions to ensure that interns…

How To Apply

Please send your resume/CV, cover letter, and two professional or academic references to wendy@thejusticeartscoalition.org.

Please send your resume/CV, cover letter, and two professional or academic references to wendy@thejusticeartscoalition.org.

Location

Washington, DC

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