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Program Internship at Foundation for Jewish Culture

Foundation for Jewish Culture, a non-profit organization that funds and promotes the work of leading artists and scholars, seeks a program intern to support us in running our diverse grant programs.

This is a terrific opportunity to become grounded in the world of arts funding and learn about the cutting-edge of contemporary Jewish culture, fitting into the Foundation’s mission of investing in creative individuals in order to nurture a vibrant and enduring Jewish community.

Duties and Responsibilities (including but are not limited to):

·         Help the Program Officer for Literature and Scholarship and Program Officer for the Arts in working with leading artists, filmmakers, writers, and scholars

·         Assist with arts and scholarship-related events, applications, and panel processes

Requirements:

·         Meticulous attention to detail

·         Strong interpersonal and writing skills

·         Experience using Microsoft Office applications

·         Database experience a plus

·         Fluency in web-based communications

We are looking for someone who is able to commit 3-5 days a week from January to May 2013. This internship is unpaid, but a stipend may be provided for transportation and meals. Please attach a resume, cover letter, a short writing sample, and a list of three references to Andrew Ingall, Program Officer for the Arts, at aingall@jewishculture.org as well as to Elizabeth Reyn at intern@jewishculture.org.

ABOUT THE FOUNDATION

The Foundation for Jewish Culture invests in creative individuals in order to nurture a vibrant and enduring Jewish identity, culture and community.

This goal is achieved through the provision of grants, recognition awards, networking opportunities and professional development services to artists and scholars. We collaborate with cultural institutions, Jewish organizations, consortia, and funders to support the work of these creative individuals. The Foundation also educates and builds audiences to provide meaningful Jewish cultural experiences to the American public, and advocates for the importance of Jewish culture as a core component of Jewish life.

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