NAS is looking for an intern to join our evaluation team, working with both internal staff and external consultants. Tasks will include:
• Working with the team to review and revise the NAS evaluation plan
• Work with the team leader to implement the evaluation plan
• Build and deploy surveys; analyze data collected
• Researching current trends in executive education, adult learning, online learning and other topics related to our work
The intern will report to the Program and Engagement Manager. This is a 12 hours per week position, with a flexible weekly schedule. Remote work options are possible to accommodate the intern’s schedule. The intern will work one semester (start and end dates are negotiable) with the possibility of extending the internship a second semester should both NAS and the intern agree. A stipend of $10/hour is offered. Candidates should send a resume and cover letter outlining their interest and qualifications to email@example.com.
Interest in program evaluation and base knowledge of evaluation practices and methods required.
National Arts Strategies (NAS) strengthens the arts and culture sector by creating meaningful and useful educational experiences for leaders at all levels of the ecosystem – from boards and CEOs to entrepreneurs and artists – giving them the tools, connections and support to transform their leadership, their organizations and their communities. T
he NAS approach brings concepts and frameworks f...rom outside the sector to bear on the seemingly intractable problems that arts leaders face every day. NAS partners with faculty from top-tier universities who excel in both researching and teaching to deliver programs such as the Chief Executive Program: Community and Culture, Creative Community Fellows, the Senior Management Institute and the Executive Program in Arts and Culture Strategy.
Learn more at www.artstrategies.org.
Americans for the Arts serves, advances, and leads the network of organizations and individuals who cultivate, promote, sustain, and support the arts in America. Founded in 1960, Americans for the Arts is the nation's leading nonprofit organization for advancing the arts and arts education.