New Orleans Summer Internships 2018

Are you unhappy with your career choice? Are you unsure about your major? Are you just looking for a foot in the door? We've got you covered. Here are three links to New Orleans internships this summer. Apply now before spaces fill up!

PAID INTERNSHIPS:

https://www.simplyhired.com/k-paid-summer-internship-l-new-orleans-la-jobs.html?job=Uq45-fVcWxhU4U1aaWW6gB7auL8mOV31RRoJz7pqcdvyc3Ec8NdkRg

Simply Hired claims to have found the 20 best paid summer internships in New Orleans for 2018. 

NON PROFIT INTERNSHIPS:

http://www.internships.com/non-profit/new-orleans-la

Description from site: Are you looking for a Non-profit internship in New Orleans, LA? Non-profit internships are the best way to bridge the gap between going to school and landing great job. Internships can help provide valuable work experience by learning the ropes from more experienced professionals. At the end of your internship, you’ll have relevant experience to help you decide if starting your career in the field of your internship is the right choice for you. It also helps that 7 out of 10 internships result in a full time job offer, which means interning in New Orleans, LA can also serve as the foundation to landing a full time job in that city after graduation.

Non-profit summer internships in New Orleans, LA are pretty common, but don't expect to be in charge at the end of your internship! Usually, you’ll have to work from the bottom up, but interns are much more likely to get a job offer from the employer they’re interning with. If you decide to intern at a smaller company, you’ll sacrifice the name prestige for other benefits, such as having an opportunity to see your projects go from start to finish. Simply gaining Non-profit experience is essential in order to provide value and creativity to the team.

NOMA INTERNSHIP:

https://noma.org/about/employment/internships/

Description from site: About the Internship Program The New Orleans Museum of Art offers students the opportunity to gain valuable experience by serving as interns in different museum departments. The internship program is designed to provide undergraduate and graduate students from colleges and universities with educational exposure to museum practices at NOMA.

NOMA intern supervisors will work closely with interns to provide a positive and educational experience. Interns should expect that each position will include different projects and will also require assistance with daily organizational and preparatory tasks. Successful NOMA interns are self-motivated and can work in structured and unstructured environments.

Internship Opportunities The New Orleans Museum of Art offers internship opportunities in all museum departments. Internships are unpaid and subject to departmental need each semester, which will cause the internship to vary each semester.

Internships generally require a 14 week commitment during the academic year. Interns should expect to commit to working a minimum of seven to ten hours per week. Adjustments to the intern’s schedule can be decided between the intern and his or her supervisor. The intern is responsible for making appropriate arrangements with their school and internship coordinator to receive credit for internships.

Qualifications Special priority will be given to graduate students and undergraduate juniors and seniors who have an academic focus that corresponds with available positions. Internship positions also require a minimum GPAof 2.75. Placements will also be determined according to applicants’ work experience, academic background, personal and professional interests, and future career goals.

Internship Application Priority Deadlines: Fall 2017: Friday, August 4, 2017 Spring 2018: Friday, December 1, 2017 Summer 2018: Friday, April 6, 2018

The following items must be submitted for applicants to be considered:

Applicants will not be considered until all documents have been received. Applications submitted after the priority deadline will be considered only if internship positions remain available.

Documents and inquiries should be forwarded to: Department of Interpretation and Audience Engagement Email: education@noma.org Mail: P.O. Box 19123, New Orleans, LA 70179 Fax: (504) 658-4199

Ali Jones