Duration: Fall 2019
Location: 500 Kendall Street, Cambridge, as well as remote work
Time: Minimum of 10 hours/week
Want to work with an amazing group where you have the ability to be involved in operating and developing a start-up nonprofit? Join the CultureHouse team!
CultureHouse interns will work closely with the organization’s two staff members to develop a work plan that fits their unique experiences and skills. Intern responsibilities will likely include:
Staffing the pop-up space (through October 31)
Includes: Greeting visitors, answering questions, serving coffee and tea, maintaining a clean and comfortable space, running events.
Supporting our transition to a new pop-up (November & December)
Developing and scheduling content for our social media and newsletter
Developing and promoting events and public programs
Anyone who is driven and passionate about creating spaces for people is welcome to apply. Regrettably, we are currently unable to offer paid internships, but they can be done for school credit or are great if you have funding if already in place.
CultureHouse is a nonprofit organization that improves livability in local communities by facilitating the creation of public social infrastructure through the transformation of unused spaces into vibrant places to work, play, and foster connections. We currently operate a pop-up community space in Kendall Square, Cambridge. You can learn more about our work at culturehouse.cc.
To apply, email Allie at ------------ with your resume. Include a description of why you are interested in working with CultureHouse.
Nonprofit, Internship, design, community