ArtsKC has 4 internships available for the Spring, Summer and Fall semesters. Internships are unpaid/volunteer opportunities. The internship positions are: Grants Writing & Research, ArtsKC Fund Campaign, Development & Programs and Marketing. Applications are accepted on an ongoing basis but should be submitted by December 15 for the Spring Semester, April 15 for the Summer Semester and August 15 for the Fall Semester.

Semester Internships:

Who is eligible: Current Undergraduate and Graduate Students, Recent Graduates

Hours: 20 hours a week in the Fall & Spring, 30 hours a week in the Summer


    • Working with fun, flexible, dedicated and hardworking professionals
    • Learning new technologies and having an impact on the agencies ability to serve
    • Helping to build a culture of creativity and innovation for the Kansas City region
    • Helping strengthen the role of ArtsKC as the champion for the arts
    • Great Crossroads Arts District location and paid parking
    • Access to NP Connect professional development session and events

Complete the form below to apply.

Please complete the form below and attach the required documents. Our intern coordinator will respond shortly.
  • Please attach your cover letter. Be sure to answer all the questions listed below: Why do you want to intern for a nonprofit? Why do you want to intern for the Arts Council specifically? What do you hope to learn by completing an internship? What are your immediate career goals? Your 5 year career goals? Do you have any long-term career goals? Will you be attending school during your internship? Working? How many hours per week do you have to dedicate to your internship?
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  • Attach resume that includes the following information, as applicable:education, business experience, art experience, community involvement, and additional skills/information (include things like additional languages spoken, software experience, etc.)
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