Internships

Dates for Spring 2022 Intern Opportunity will be released at a later date.

Read about past interns’ experiences here.

DanceATL Archival Internship

The Archival Intern will receive valuable hands-on experience in working in a non-profit while gathering and organizing the history of Atlanta dance.

10 hours/ week, 75% remote

Reports to: DanceATL Archive Committee and DanceATL Operations Manager

Must have access to a computer and internet connection

Responsibilities:
Work under the instruction of the Archive Committee and the Operations Manager to gather crucial information on Atlanta’s dance history.
Assist with the interview process for those with first-hand history of early Atlanta dance, building upon the established practices created in collaboration with the Dance/USA Archival Internship (2020 – 2021).
Maintain and add to the working timeline from the early 1900s to present day by documenting accomplishments of artists past and present. Create visual infographics of Atlanta dance.
Present an engaging review of what has been accumulated at the end of the internship term.

Please note this list is not all-encompassing and additional tasks may be delegated in a reasonable capacity.

Qualifications:
Enrolled in an accredited university to receive academic credit. You can still intern without being enrolled.
Strong communication and organizational skills
Photography skills a plus but not required
Student-mentality, willingness to learn, high level of initiative to meet and exceed deadlines
Ability to work individually and on a team
Positive attitude

Areas of study include Dance, History, Archival Science, Library Science

Compensation: Academic credit

Please send a resume and cover letter to Jacquelyn Pritz at operationsmanager@danceatl.org

DanceATL Arts Administration Internship


The Arts Administration Intern will receive valuable hands-on experience in working for a non-profit while supporting the mission of DanceATL. This internship can be designed to address your personal interests and learn new skills in the field of Arts Administration.

10 hours/ week, 99% remote with opportunities for in-person meetings and events
Must have access to a computer
Fall internships with the possibility to extend into spring

Reports to: Operations Manager

Responsibilities:
Maintain website and social media presence
Shadow staff in meetings with Board of Directors and committees
Assist coordinating events for community programming
Maintains communication with supervisor while working remotely

Please note this list is not all-encompassing and additional tasks may be delegated in a reasonable capacity not to exceed the 10 hour commitment.

Qualifications:
Enrolled in an accredited university to receive academic credit. You can still intern without being enrolled.
Strong communication and organizational skills
Interest in dance and arts administration
Must have access to a computer and internet connection
Student-mentality, willingness to learn, high level of initiative to meet and exceed deadlines
Ability to work individually and on a team
Positive attitude

Areas of study include and are not limited to Arts Administration, Dance, Marketing, Advertising, Management

Compensation: Academic credit

Please send a resume and cover letter to Jacquelyn Pritz at operationsmanager@danceatl.org.

Summer 2021 Interns

Read more about our summer interns here.

Ansley Carr (she/her), University of Alabama
Grace Getsinger (she/her), Oglethorpe University
Katie Watkins (she/her), Brenau University
Gabrielle Stearns (she/her), Emory University

Spring 2021 Interns

Lane Pigford (she/her), Agnes Scott College
Stephanie Weis (she/her), University of Georgia
Rose Sebaugh (she/her), University of Georgia

Fall 2020 Interns

Merryn McKeough (she/her), Emory University
Dory Berry (she/her), Agnes Scott College

Read about Merryn’s intern experience here and read about Dory’s intern experience here

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