Internship, Philagrafika

Posted by on August 4, 2006

[emailed 8/3/06]


Minimum: 8 hours per week
Volunteer Internships for Fall ?06

Philagrafika: the NEW Philadelphia Print Collaborative seeks motivated, organized individuals to intern. This is an excellent opportunity to gain a variety of administrative skills and hands-on experience while working with leaders of the Philadelphia arts community in the non-profit sector. Intern responsibilities are geared toward each individual’s strengths, experiences, and interests. Depending on availability and level of commitment, interns may be offered the opportunity to spearhead specific projects. Types of internships include: assisting with the maintenance and development of a new database, designing and producing marketing materials (print and web), the planning and execution of programs, research on artists, and assisting with a wide variety of day-to-day activities. Philagrafika is accessible by bus, subway and train.

Staff hours are typically 9 – 5 Monday through Friday; scheduling and hours are flexible.

To Apply: Send a resume and cover letter to Renae Page at or mail it to the address below. In the cover letter, include what you hope to gain from an internship at Philagrafika, your intended start and end dates, and the days and hours of the week you would be available to work. Design interns must include link to, images or copies of portfolio. Questions? Call Renae at 215-701-6149.

The Philadelphia Print Collaborative is a dynamic network of organizations and individuals that builds upon the region?s rich history and abundant resources to enhance Philadelphia?s presence as an international center for fine art printmaking.

Philadelphia Print Collaborative, 728 S. Broad Street, Floor 2, Philadelphia, PA 19146, 215-701-6149,

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