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**There are no job opportunities in the Public Art Program at this time.**
Fall 2013: Fine Art Collections and Archives Management Intern.
The Fine Art Collections and Archives Management Internship will provide an opportunity to assist with projects related to the cataloguing, display, maintenance and conservation of the Civic Art Collection, which encompasses 100-year old monuments to contemporary works. The intern will also help maintain the collections management database (EmBARK), Organize the physical archives, and assist with other administrative duties as needed. The internship will expose students to multiple facets of public art collections care and long term preservation goals.
The volunteer intern must be a college senior or graduate-level status, and have computer literacy in Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) and Adobe. Experience with collections management systems preferred. This non- compensatory internship is appropriate for students from the following majors: museum studies, art history, anthropology, archaeology, history, library science or pre-program conservation studies. Academic credit can be arranged. Hours are flexible between 9am and 5pm Monday through Friday.
Interested candidates should email their resume and cover letter to Jennifer Doyle Crane, Program Associate, at firstname.lastname@example.org, or send a fax to 415-252-2595.
**There are no volunteer opportunities in the Public Art Program at this time.**
If you would like to be considered for future volunteer opportunities, please email your resume and a description of your interests to Program Associate Zoe Taleporos at email@example.com. We will keep your resume on file and contact you when such opportunities become available. Volunteer work within the Public Art Program may be used to work off Project 20 hours.