July 8, 2016
New Jersey: Arts Management Intern Program
The Clement A. Price Arts Management Intern Program is a partnership between Rutgers University and the New Jersey State Council on the Arts (NJSCA) that nurtures the future leaders of the state’s arts and cultural organizations. Named in honor of Dr. Clement Alexander Price (1945-2014)—former chair of NJSCA and nationally recognized scholar, advocate, humanitarian and leader—the internship provides practical and meaningful experiences working in arts policy to undergraduate and graduate students interested in working in the arts and/or arts management. Interns, who may be professionals from other fields preparing for a career change, contribute to NJSCA’s operations, grants programs, communications and other artist services. As a result, the internship also helps NJSCA educate arts stakeholders as well as the broader public about NJSCA’s service to state residents and the value of public support for the arts. The point person for the program is NJSCA Director of Artist Services and Arts Inclusion Don Ehman.
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- Alabama: DesignAlabama
- New Jersey: Arts Management Intern Program
- Tennessee: Arts Education Policy Convening
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