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Summer Art Camp Internships Available at The Art League

Summer Art Camp in full swing at the League.

Are you a high school graduate or college student looking to gain valuable work experience and references? Do you enjoy working with children in a creative environment? An internship at our Summer Art Camp may be just the experience for you! Our camp provides week-long activities and projects in various mediums to children ages 5 and up. Interns are trained and directly supervised by the camp coordinator. Those who work more than 200 hours will be given a stipend, and may be eligible to teach paid sessions towards the end of the summer if they meet the appropriate criteria.

 Duties and task include:

•Class set up
•Class coordination
•In-class teaching assistance
•Evaluating effectiveness of offered classes

Summer Art Camp runs from June 20 to August 19 at The Art League School, 808 N. Fairfax St. Alexandria, VA.

To apply, send your resume and letter of interest noting any teaching and/or experience with children to Keeley Rae Prestwich at keeleyraep@theartleague.org. For more information, or if you have questions please feel free to call The Art League School at 703-683-2323.

 

About The Art League

Founded in 1954, The Art League is a multifaceted, non-profit visual arts organization based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area operated exclusively for charitable and educational purposes. It operates a gallery, school, and store and is headquartered in the historic Torpedo Factory Art Center in Old Town Alexandria, VA.

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