Shunpike is not currently seeking applicants for any staff positions.
Shunpike has all sorts of opportunities for those that would like to learn more about working in arts administration in a fast-growing nonprofit organization.
We like to work with our interns to design a job description based on their own areas of interest. When you apply, please describe your ideal internship with Shunpike. Here are a few sample ideas to get you started:
Interns will be expected to spend part of their time completing administrative tasks, and part of their time developing their special project for Shunpike. Past projects have included a program evaluation, communications overview and research on program development.
Shunpike has worked with graduate and undergraduate interns, as well as those not currently in a degree program. All should feel welcome to apply!
To apply, send a cover letter with your specific proposal and a recent resume to jobs[at]shunpike.org. Shunpike is an equal opportunity employer.
- Erika Manderscheid, Duke University graduate