Associated Colleges of the Midwest, Chicago, IL

With a vast multitude of arts-related organizations, Chicago has a wealth of internship possibilities for students in the Chicago Arts program.  Students work across a broad spectrum of the artistic arena, sometimes with individuals or organizations that directly create art, and sometimes with organizations that support the arts through education, programming, or development.  Students learn how art is made and supported in an urban milieu and are asked to consider how their own creative efforts contribute to them personally, to the organizations in which they are working, and to society as a whole.

Students in the Chicago Programs commit a minimum of 150 hours to their internship, which typically requires two days per week at the internship site.

Program faculty and staff members act as advisors to the internship program, consulting with site supervisors in determining the terms for the students' work and evaluations, and working with students as they define their interests, develop resumes, prepare for interviews, and apply for internship positions.

In addition, students participate in a series of workshops, discussion groups, evaluation sessions, and final internship projects designed to help them contextualize and reflect upon the experience as they consider future professional careers.

Internships for Humanities (Religion, Languages, English and Literature, History) Majors

Research and collections management at the Field Museum of Natural History
Assisting with ESL and citizenship classes at the Association House
Copyedit and research articles for the Hyde Park Herald

For more information go to:http://www.acm.edu/programs/13/chicagoarts/Academics/Courses/Internship.html
 

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For more information: Waldorf College is a four-year liberal arts college offering 20 bachelor degree programs in a variety of popular fields both residential and online. For over a century, Waldorf has provided a signature student experience through an engaging community of learning and faith. That community has now expanded beyond the campus through Waldorf’s distinct approach to online education. Waldorf’s academic programs combine a strong liberal arts base with applied learning. Co-curricular programs ranging from the second oldest a capella choir in the nation, to an outstanding theatre program, to highly competitive athletic teams, provide students with a wide range of opportunities for meaningful participation in personal development. Waldorf is committed to engaging its students in service and in bringing the world to its students through international student recruitment and study-abroad programs. Every student is challenged to excel in Waldorf’s community where students are treated with dignity and respect. The college has an attractive campus with 14 major buildings and excellent resources.