Internships for young people aged 18 to 25 interested in working in the creative or community sectors.
This program is designed to help you get the skills and experience you need to find work in the areas of the arts and/or community development. Internships are project-based, with each intern supported to develop and deliver an arts and/or community development project. Interns will have access to a project budget to enable them to bring their project idea to life.
This program is open to people who:
The project component of our internship program is about supporting you to develop and deliver a project that gives you the opportunity to develop the specific skills and experience needed for the job/career you want.
As such, there is no right or wrong in terms of projects, but ideally they will be of benefit to the Hobsons Bay community.
Some examples include:
creating opportunities for people to come together and connect
raising awareness or taking action on an issue
creating a platform for emerging artists to share their work
providing opportunities for community members to gain new skills
producing a publication such as community newspaper, collection of stories etc...
If you don't have a firm project idea that's okay. In this case, please tell us about your interests and passions, any issues that matter to you and any things you think it would be great to see in the local community.
Our focus at Louis Joel Arts & Community is the arts and community development. While we provide a range of services to our community, this internship program is seeking interns wishing to work in and deliver a project in the areas of the arts and/or community development.
If you would like more information or have questions please call us on 9398 2511.
1. Follow the link below to complete an application form
2. Email a copy of your resume to email@example.com with the subject line: Internship Application [NAME] (eg: Internship Application ANDREW SMITH)
This program is supported by Australian Communities Foundation and Hobsons Bay Community Fund and Hobsons Bay Creative City.