Cultural, Art, and Social Services Non-Profits
Children’s Theatre of Charlotte (CTC)
CTC is offering an unpaid internship opportunity to college juniors and seniors to gain valuable research experience and to play a critical role in a new, exciting project at the theatre. We are hoping that you would be willing to spread the word to your students and faculty in the English Department at UNC Charlotte.
CTC is launching a new project with support from the Women’s Impact Fund. CTC will commission and produce a new theatre work with a central theme of multiculturalism. CTC’s target audience for this project is young children and their families/caregivers. The production will be performed by CTC’s Tarradiddle Players Touring Company – CTC’s professional theatre troupe – over the course of two seasons, including a tour through the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Library system and community centers.
As part of the preparation, CTC must develop evaluation and assessment tools in order to measure the success of the library tour. Interns will be part of research team that will observe children and caregivers in various local library branches across the county and document patterns of audience attendance and activity at the libraries. Additional duties may include observing audience behavior before, during and after performances at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte and activities at ImaginOn: The Joe & Joan Martin Center.
UNC Charlotte Athletic Foundation
The Charlotte 49ers Athletic Foundation provides scholarship assistance to over 250 male and female student-athletes in 16 varsity sports. Established in 1969, the Athletic Foundation has developed into a vitally important support group, pursuing excellence, integrity and pride in the University’s athletic program. The 49er Club, the Athletic Foundation’s official booster organization, offers membership to both individuals and businesses. As an intern with the Athletic Foundation you will be responsible for assisting with special projects and mailings, data entry for the Great Gold Rush Auction (to include writing creative descriptions of items for bid and assisting with the production of the auction program), and compiling information to be used in the department’s annual report.
Women’s Inter-Cultural Exchange
WIE Intern Duties: PRIDE Publications
The Women’s Inter-Cultural Exchange (WIE), a non-profit company which seeks to “build and bridge social capital among women of diverse cultures, foster cross-cultural awareness and develop the infrastructure for community dialogue, engagement and programming” is looking for administrative interns to begin ASAP. Interns will be responsible for the following:
- Prepare mailings Update and maintain databases Research and analyze data relevant to WIE
- Type and respond to correspondence Answer phone calls
- Assist in preparation for WIE meetings and events
The WIE internship will last approximately one semester. Candidates must have positive attitudes, be punctual, well-groomed, out-going and be willing to work. Candidates selected will be required to spend a minimum of 6 hours a week during the calendar school year/summer school calendar. Times will be flexible between 9:00 AM and 5:00 PM Monday through Friday and some Saturdays.
The internship will be a valuable experience for selected students. Interns will receive real world job skills that can apply to any career. This is a non-paid internship.
Latin American Coalition
The Latin American Coalition of Charlotte has been an active part of the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Community over the past 17 years. Its mission is to promote full Hispanic participation in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg region by informing, educating, and advocating for the Latin American community. The Coalition has hosted festivals, offered courses on housing and financial literacy, helped immigrants earn their citizenship and, in general, been a guiding hand for many Hispanics in the community. The Latin American Coalition is seeking several interns.