Spring 19 internship opportunities, UIHC Project Art
Spring 2019 Internship opportunities
Bruce Scherting, email@example.com, Director
- Assist with the research, development, and implementation the first installation of the Artist—Art and Illness exhibition series for the Medical Museum, Gallery B. This series focuses on artists who make art about their personal or family healthcare issues as a major focus of their art practice.
- Work with Project Art and UIHC graphic standards to design promotional and informational materials, exhibition labels and graphics for the Artist—Art and Illness exhibition series.
- Work with Project Art and the UISFCH Marketing and Communications department
to write interpretative captions for children’s hospital online art gallery to encourage/guide deeper engagement with the works of art for patients and families. This is phase 4 of the project.
Link: https://uichildrens.org/project-art > View Online Gallery. We may do the same thing for the new Adult Leukemia Bone Marrow Transplant inpatient art collection since this area is not generally accessible.
- Work collaboratively with Project Art and UIHC Marketing and Communications to develop and improve Project Art’s Website content, organization, and visual presence.
Desired skills dependent upon project:
- Must have strong organizational and communication skills.
- Possess strong research, writing and editing skills to produce concise interpretative communications
in a variety of contexts through an iterative review process.
- Be resourceful, productive and collaborative but capable of working independently.
- Have Intermediate to advanced silk level using Adobe software, primarily Photoshop, Illustrator and InDesign.
A few things to note:
- Interns must work during regular business hours (M-F between 8a – 5p).
- We prefer to have people who are able to commit to blocks of time (3-4 consecutive hours or more)
on a given day because this is a more productive use of everyone’s time.
- Preferred internship appointments—3 semester hours (135 work hrs.).
Human Resources Coordinator, Jayne Nelson, firstname.lastname@example.org, 319-467-8079, C116A GH
The onboarding process can take several weeks, so plan accordingly.
Before a student can start work at the UIHC, he/she must fill out a background check form, a personal data sheet, and have a pre-employment health screening. Once these have been completed, the student must then complete all required Hospital compliances. Completing compliances can take up to 3 hours of online training and testing.
- UIHC HR to complete criminal background check.
- Complete Pre-Hire Health Screening—required by all employees, volunteers, students, interns, etc.
- UIHC ID badge, security access to Project Art work areas, a UIHC email account, computer access and shared drive access.
- Complete required UIHC on-line compliance training.