2019 Bloomberg Arts Internship Worksite Application
The 2019 Bloomberg Arts Internship Program-Philadelphia is a unique city wide seven-week internship opportunity for public school students entering their senior year of high school. The Cultural Alliance and its partners place 50 exceptional students in positions at more than two dozen organizations across Philadelphia, immersing them in the inner-workings of an arts and culture org, and providing valuable professional development.
Students pair their internship work with a rigorous college readiness and professional development curriculum. This year, for the first time, the Alliance will coordinate with worksites to create intern projects, linking classroom lessons with workplace experience.
Students are paid directly through Bloomberg Arts Internship, and organizations which host interns receive a $750 stipend per intern. The policy of Bloomberg is to place two interns at each worksite, unless it does not have the staffing capacity.
Worksites host interns Monday - Wednesday, 9AM - 4PM, July 1-August 14.
The deadline to apply is Friday, March 30
If you have any questions, contact Tom Bonner at
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Worksite names (if your organization has multiple locations)
Primary contact name
Primary contact email
Primary contact phone
It is the policy of Bloomberg Philanthropies to place two interns at each worksite, unless limited capacity makes that placement impossible. Is your organization able to accept two interns?
Yes, we can accept two interns
We can only accept one intern
Please check all departments within your organization
Has your organization previously hosted a Bloomberg Arts Intern?
If yes, what year?
Is your organization available to host a cultural site visit/field trip for the intern cohort?
As referenced above, all interns will be responsible for completing a comprehensive worksite project. Describe a possible project you might assign to your interns.
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