Intern’s duties will include both assistance with clerical gallery procedures and events, as well as research, development, and implementation of multiple self-initiated projects. One of the primary roles of the intern will be to help maintain the daily operations of the gallery. This includes engaging with visitors to the gallery when appropriate, participating in online and gallery art sales.
Interns will also be involved in maintaining inventory records and digital/online management systems, and updating and producing content for all social media platforms.
Interns will be expected to staff the gallery for 2-3 days a week as agreed upon at the time of hiring. Interns may be asked to work nights or during the weekends for special events and exhibitions.
In addition to clerical duties, interns will be expected to work on a number of projects during their internship that are developed in conjunction with the executive and development director. These projects are expected to be in line with the interests of the intern as well as those of the PassageWay. Projects should result in a deliverable that can directly contribute to the needs of the PassageWay while also benefiting the personal development of the intern.
Northwest Passage is dedicated to restoring hope through innovative mental health services for children and families. Our programming has focused on blending traditional mental health treatment with arts and nature based therapy.