Bill O’Brien, Senior Advisor for Program Innovation, National Endowment for the Arts
People interested in learning more about how the NEA can support art/science projects in the future are encouraged to join our art/science mailing list by emailing us at email@example.com. We would be happy to forward information related to our upcoming Art Works application deadline on August 9th. In the coming months we will also host a webinar highlighting NEA’s funding opportunities and application process to provide further information on how art/science projects can be supported across all agency disciplines via our existing agency funding programs and mechanisms. We hope you’ll join us for these conversations.
Thanks to the Getty Foundation’s Multicultural Undergraduate Internship Grant we will be able to hire a full-time, paid intern for this summer, from June 1st to August 10th. Basically we are looking for a current college undergraduate who has attended some Machine Project events and thought to themselves “That was wacky/fun/cool/interesting, wish I could’ve helped make that happen!”
Well, your chance has arrived. But wait! There are requirements to be met before we can even begin considering you for the job, so please read all the details posted at the following link:
If you are eligible and would like to be involved in producing this summer’s programming as well as the day-to-day operations at the storefront, we encourage you to apply. If you aren’t eligible but know a certain someone who’d be perfect for the job, we encourage you to share the link. If none of this applies to you, might we encourage you to take our Introduction to Electronics class, which begins Saturday, April 21st? Then you’ll be able to build a robot intern of your very own.