Summer 2022 Arts Internship Opportunities in Northeast Ohio

Finding an internship is an annual rite of passage for college students. Whether the student needs a summer job and wants it to relate to their career, or whether they are simply looking for experience and connections, it’s a good way to learn and meet people in a specific, limited period of time.

The other side of the coin is that finding interns is an annual process for art organizations. Whether they simply need help, or whether they are actively looking to help educate the next generation of artists and administrators, or whether they are scouting for talent on their own behalf, organizations offering internships need to find smart, capable people to fill them.  

With this listing, we aim to connect the two. We’ve gathered these opportunities from an open call to organizations that are in CAN’s contact list. In order to help students find the opportunities listed, in addition to posting them here, we’ve also sent them to career centers and guidance counselors at Ohio colleges and universities that have art programs.

If you are an intern looking for an opportunity this Summer, read on.

If you are an organization that has an opportunity, please email

818 STUDIOS Gallery Assistant

No deadline

Time frame varies around show hanging, art intake, etc.

General gallery assistant, wall prep, hanging art, art intake and being present at the shows.

818 Studios is a gallery and photo studio in the heart of the Tremont Neighborhood.  Local artists. Community driven.

Compensation:  Unpaid but could lead to paid position.

Benefits:  Down to earth experience in seeing what a gallery really needs from the artist and how the art is handled from intake to show night.  Meeting other artists, how to talk about your art with a gallery owner.

Apply at with your general interests and links to your artwork or social media.

Artists Archives of the Western Reserve Graphic Design & Marketing Internship

Description of activities:  Offered through the Studio Institute’s Arts Intern Program. The graphic design and marketing intern will be working on several small projects, including assisting with layout and publication of catalog for W/O Limits: Art, Chronic Illness, & Disability, an exhibition featuring regional artists which explores issues of visibility, accessibility, and inclusion in the community at large. Other project will include revision of the Archived Artist section of the museum’s website, and additional graphic design projects TBA

Compensation information: $20 per hour. Paid through the Studio Institute

Timeline: 9 Weeks. June – August 2022. Start date TBD

Application deadline: May 30th or until position is filled

Link to online posting (if available): Please visit for more details as they become available.

Artists Archives of the Western Reserve Collections Intern

Description of activities:  Offered through the Studio Institute’s Arts Intern Program. As a Collections Intern the student will learn all aspects of managing a collection in a small institution. Using the “New Museum Registration Methods” manual as a reference, they will catalog the various works of art contributed by the agency’s archived artists. The Intern will aid the Collection’s Registrar in photographing the Museum’s collection, organizing and storing artwork according to best preservation practices and entering the information into the AAWR Past Perfect electronic database. Interns will also aid in receiving works of art as they are delivered to the facility. 

Compensation information: $20 per hour. Paid through the Studio Institute

Timeline: 9 Weeks. June – August 2022. Start date TBD

Application deadline: May 30th or until position is filled

Link to online posting (if available): Please visit for more details as they become available.

Eileen Dorsey Studio / Studio Assistant

Deadline to apply: 5 pm June 30, 2022

Time frame: August 1-31, 2022

Intern would be expected to assistant artist with any and all studio needs.  Possible tasks may include: stretching canvas, painting, keeping the studio tidy, social media, marketing, sales, etc.  

The Eileen Dorsey Studio is located in the 78th Street Studios.  Eileen Dorsey is the sole artist represented in this gallery.  She has been in business for over a dozen years now.  The studio acts not only as a work space, but a gallery displaying her colorful canvas paintings, jewelry, prints and more.  The studio is open to the public every Third Friday of the month and by appointment.

This is a paid internship.  Compensation is $11/hour. This is a part-time position, asking for 2-5 hours per week.  A schedule will be created weekly with the intern’s schedule in mind.

Interested applicants can email their resume to with a subject title of Intern Application.

The application must include: A resume with past experiences.  Make sure to include any professional experience in the arts including education, exhibitions, etc; 5-10 examples of past work.  Please include the date and media of each and save it as a single PDF; A short paragraph stating why you are interested in the position.

Cleveland Museum of Art Studio Institute-Arts Intern: Frames Conservation Internship

(SUMMER 2022)

Job Category: Design and Architecture

Requisition Number: STUDI001501

Posted: March 18, 2022


The Conservation Frame Intern will gain knowledge and a basic understanding of the materials and techniques used when creating a new water gilded frame and new gilded frame liners for works of art in the CMA’s galleries. The Intern will develop basic gilding skills and learn to prepare a wood surface for gesso, bole, gold leaf, burnishing and toning. The intern will create a new frame for a painting in the CMA collection. The intern will also create two new gilded replacement liners and understand how to fit them into the frames to be installed in the galleries. Throughout the course of the internship, the intern will also shadow the conservation frame technician when preparing works of art for loan such as glazing, customized micro-climate vitrines, insert backings, hardware, etc. The intern will be expected to take notes in a daily journal, photo documentation and engage with a clear understanding of the gilding processes.

Requirements and Competencies: The ideal intern should have an interest art history and beginner skills in studio art making such as painting, drawing, creative processes, and familiarity with hand tools. Any gilding experience would be helpful but not necessary.

Must upload a complete application including: a resume, a letter of interest (cover letter), and contact information for two academic or professional references.

Cleveland Museum of Art requires that external applicants be fully vaccinated for COVID-19 and provide proof of their COVID-19 vaccination status before their start date. Employees who cannot receive the vaccine because of a disability/medical condition or a sincerely held religious belief may request an accommodation.

Application Deadline: April 22nd

This is an onsite position that pays $15/hr, 28 hours a week for 9 weeks, from June 5 to August 5, 2022. In addition, you will receive a $500 stipend for completing the Arts Intern component of the program. Visit the Program Details page for more information. 


Will be enrolled as a full-time undergraduate student as of the Fall 2022 semester. You must be a rising Junior or Senior.

Attend college in Cleveland, or live within Cleveland or the boundary established by the Inner Ring Suburbs.

Have an Expected Family Contribution of less than $5000. This number is on your FAFSA form.


To apply to a position, visit this link and fill out the eligibility application form on Arts Intern’s website on Arts Intern’s website.

Once your eligibility application is reviewed and approved, Studio Institute will send you an email confirming your eligibility for the program. Note: once you’re verified as eligible for Arts Intern, you can apply to as many positions as you’d like. You do not have to submit the eligibility application more than once.

You will forward this confirmation email, along with your CV, cover letter, and transcript to  Hannah Hilditch at, with the subject “Arts Intern 2021 Approved Application”. After you have forwarded your confirmation email, click “Apply Now” above to submit your application to the CMA’s application portal.

*Note: if you are not approved by Arts Intern prior to applying on our website, your application will not be considered

Derek Hess Gallery – Social Media Intern

Derek Hess and his manager are looking for a driven Social Media Specialist to attract and interact with Derek’s growing online community. You will work on helping develop the new Derek Hess Gallery located in West 78th Street Studios. You will assist with his everyday business including online marketing, movie marketing, special event marketing and more. 

Derek Hess’ distinctive, emotionally-charged artwork is a staple in the world of music and art. Hess got his start creating promotional flyers for shows he was booking at a local venue in his hometown of Cleveland, Ohio and his work soon gained the attention of concert promoters and bands, leading to a fruitful 25-year career with pieces in the permanent collections of the Louvre, GRAMMY Museum and Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and Museum.  In addition to countless album covers, apparel designs, and gallery shows all over the world, Hess has been featured on Vice, TLC, MTV, Fuse, VH1, Alternative Press, Newsweek and Juxtapoz. Throughout his career, Hess hasn’t been shy about sharing his on-going struggle with a dual diagnosis and has become an outspoken voice for mental health and addiction awareness through the creation of his art festival ACTING OUT!, an award-winning documentary titled Forced Perspective, and the release of his latest book, 31 Days In May, created to help remove the stigma around mental illness.

The Goal

The goal is to gradually achieve superior customer engagement and intimacy, website traffic and revenue by strategically exploiting all aspects of the social media marketing roadmap.

Social media specialists should have a solid understanding of how each social media channel works and how to optimize content so that it is engaging on those channels. You are responsible for joining relevant conversations on behalf of the brand and “soft selling” the product by providing support to current and prospective customers.


  • Build and execute social media strategy through competitive research, platform determination, benchmarking, messaging and audience identification
  • Generate, edit, publish and share daily content (original text, images, video or HTML) that builds meaningful connections and encourages community members to take action
  • Set up and optimize company pages within each platform to increase the visibility of company’s social content
  • Help create editorial calendars and syndication schedules
  • Continuously improve by capturing and analyzing the appropriate social data/metrics, insights and best practices, and then acting on the information


  • Excellent consulting, writing, editing (photo/video/text), presentation and communication skills
  • Demonstrable social networking experience and social analytics tools knowledge
  • Knowledge of online marketing and good understanding of major marketing channels
  • Positive attitude, detail and customer oriented  with good multitasking and organisational ability
  • Must be resourceful and willing to take the initiative without direction
  • Must have transportation
  • Must have good writing skills
  • Graphic design skills are a plus

Internship Length and Expectations:

  • Minimum of 3 month commitment
  • Minimum 10 to 20 hours/week
  • Hours are flexible, willing to work with a school schedule   


  • After a training period, compensation will be given

To Apply

  • Send resume and brief cover letter to about why you want the internship and how this internship will benefit your future goals.

Future Ink Graphics (FIG) Internships

FIG Internships provide opportunities to learn from local professionals, advance skills and connect with the community. Internships are offered in 3 areas: Visual Arts (digital art, graphic design, silkscreen, community exhibitions/gallery, and art store), Communication (marketing and brand messaging), and Small Community Based Business (development, program creation, guest services, and sales)

Future Ink Graphics (FIG) is a makerspace for professional, emerging and student graphic designers, and digital and silkscreen artists. FIG provides space and equipment, along with educational programs, resources and mentorship to help develop and advance individual artists, with the goal of strengthening the larger creative community.

Time commitment: 1 day (7 hours) a week

Duration of internship: 6 months to 1 year

Winter/Spring internship: January – July; Deadline to apply: November 15th

Spring/summer internship: July – December; Deadline to apply: May 15th

Qualifications: We are looking for interns who have a knowledge of silkscreen and digital arts and/or have an interest in working in that field. Those interested in learning about starting a small business may also apply. The intern must have good communication skills, be friendly, have excellent organizational skills, and a good work ethic. apply on our website

FIG internships are unpaid but provide:

Access to the silkscreen print studio / tech lab during designated hours.

Free access to certain Pivot Center events and programs.

Networking opportunities/connections to community leaders.

Possible commissioned work and/or teaching opportunities.

Kaiser Gallery Intern

Kaiser Gallery supports the education of students in the arts. Gallery Interns at Kaiser Gallery receive specialized instruction and hands-on experience with gallery practices. We will work with universities so students may earn college credit. Each department has its own set of guidelines so please ask your department heads about their internal procedures, otherwise, interns are required to commit to a minimum of 6 hours for a total of 120 hours to complete the program. At the completion of the internship, interns will receive a letter of recommendation.

Gallery hours are Wednesday to Saturday, 4 pm – 10 pm, and Sunday, 4 pm – 8 pm. Office hours are Monday – Friday, 9 am – 3 pm.

Gallery interns will be exposed to all aspects of working in a contemporary art gallery and will work alongside gallery staff. Gallery interns will assist with daily operations, reception openings and learn about curating, art handling, and proper presentation of gallery exhibits. Interns will also have the opportunity to specialize their experience in the following areas; Gallery Assistant, Arts Administration, Marketing, and Events Management.

Sample internship tasks include: Assist with exhibition coordination and installation design; Participate in strategic installation planning for upcoming exhibitions; Learning essential skills for art handling and art installation; Organizing paperwork and details for incoming and outgoing shipments; Maintaining workshop and storage areas; Meeting, greeting, and assisting artists, collectors, and visitors; Writing and editing texts for press releases, social media posts, and newsletters; Answering and directing phone calls; Attending gallery events and performing various event duties; Preparing outgoing mailings to artists and subscribers.

This internship is unpaid.  Gallery Interns at Kaiser Gallery receive specialized instruction and hands-on experience with gallery practices. We will work with universities so students may earn college credit. Each department has its own set of guidelines so please ask your department heads about their internal procedures, otherwise, interns are required to commit to a minimum of 6 hours for a total of 120 hours to complete the program. At the completion of the internship, interns will receive a letter of recommendation.

To apply, please email a cover letter and resume to Email Subject Line: Gallery Internship Application. No phone calls, please.

Deadline: April 24, 2022

Time frame for the work: May 5 – August 8

Kaiser Gallery is a contemporary gallery and lounge located in downtown Tremont. In this format, we combine our dedication to the visual arts with libations to create a unique atmosphere that can readily bring art to new audiences, while still serving our artists in their artistic endeavors. As an artist-run space, we strive to be a venue for innovative and creative thought by working with contemporary artists to exhibit challenging and pertinent projects that support their professional growth.

Mansfield Art Center Art Education and Outreach Intern

The Mansfield Art Center is located in the Woodland neighborhood of Mansfield, OH, five minutes from downtown Mansfield. The mission of The Mansfield Art Center is to enrich the lives of all children, families and adults through the arts with gallery exhibitions, art education, artist workshops and related activities. The Mansfield Fine Arts Guild has been in existence for 75 years and dba as the Mansfield Art Center for over fifty years. We have just completed a new education wing with new ceramic and glass blowing studios. We are looking forward to expanding our education and event capabilities for Mansfield and the surrounding communities.

POSITION PURPOSE/SUMMARY: The Mansfield Art Center seeks an intern to assist in teaching art classes and participating in community outreach events, as well as assisting in the education department.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Assist with curriculum development for art projects for classes and outreach events Assist instructors in the classroom – classroom management, teaching, tutoring Assist with school field trips and student groups visiting the art center

Input student membership and student registration information into database

Teach classes to students pre K- 12, people with special needs and to senior citizens

Assist with classroom management – organization and ordering of supplies, student projects and kiln firings Greet visitors and answer questions about current and upcoming exhibitions and classes

WORKING CONDITIONS: Work will be performed in the Art Center gallery space and education wing as well as organizations participating in outreach positions.

May be required to lift supplies, tables or gallery pedestals (up to 30 lbs.)

KNOWLEDGE & ABILITIES DESIRED: Must have strong communication skills and feel comfortable speaking in front of large groups Education and/or field experiences in teaching art, fine arts, graphic design or arts administration Creative, energetic, and able to work independently as well as in a partnership with a team Detail-oriented with strong organizational skills

Competent with ·email, internet, and program software, Microsoft Office; knowledge of Adobe In-Design and Photoshop a plus.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with diverse groups including students, coworkers, and the public

QUALIFICATIONS: Students must currently be enrolled in school and preferably pursuing a degree (BA, BFA, BS, MA, MEd, MFA) in Fine Art, Art History, Arts Administration or Education

Valid Ohio Driver’s license and BCI screening required

SALARY AND AVAILABILITY: Specific work schedule and dates will be negotiated based on student availability. Should be available to work during the months of May – August – depending on their college schedule.

$4200 stipend/ $12 per hour. This is a full-time position with an average of 38-40 hours per week. Availability to work weekends is a plus

Please submit resume and cover letter to Pia Douglas at

Maker Town Research Assistant(s)

Job Description:

Maker Town is looking for 1 – 2 Research Assistants to help identify and compile lists of Columbus area and Cincinnati area businesses that offer handmade jewelry, fashion items, furniture, wall art, home decor, tabletop accents, wellness products, pet goods, paper items, and packaged foods. Candidates will:

  • gain valuable experience using cloud-based software to access, store and share data
  • learn what’s involved in the creation and maintenance of a mobile directory app 
  • play an important role in highlighting more art-based businesses across Ohio
  • help identify Instagram reels of subscribing makers that could be featured in the app
  • be able to work remotely from anywhere and can start anytime


Maker Town is willing to pay $500 to each hired candidate for this research effort, with the goal of assembling at least 300 creative businesses in each designated region by July 31st, 2022. If a candidate feels confident in their abilities to assemble lists for both regions, they may be able to earn the full $1000. If a candidate accomplishes the goal before July 31, Maker Town will consider renewing the work-for-hire contract and assign either another region, or additional listings for a chance to earn more. 


Applications for this role are being reviewed on an ongoing basis beginning April 1st. Please send resume and inquiries to

Orange Art Center Arts Administration Intern

Apply by May 2, 2022

8 summer weeks

Part time with Flexible hours

The arts administration intern role would consist of learning first hand how an arts organization operates with a focus on young artists.  The intern will have a variety of responsibilities that include exposure to programming, marketing, operations, exhibitions and more!

The Orange Art Center is an arts and cultural organization that has been providing adult and young artist programs, workshops and gallery exhibits for forty plus years. All in an inspiring park setting in Pepper Pike, Ohio.

Competitive Compensation

Please forward a cover letter and resume to

No phone calls, please.

Praxis Fiber Workshop: Studio Intern, Gallery Intern, Research Intern, Digital Weaving Lab Intern

Internship Applications DUE May 1, 2022

Studio Intern

The Studio Intern will work to care for our ever-evolving Main Studio Facility. The Intern will contribute to studio upgrades, equipment and donation intake and redistribution to relevant community organizations, and the development of educational programming at Praxis. The Intern will also develop mentoring and teaching skills by assisting students and members in their projects. Familiarity with at least one fiber process (sewing, weaving, spinning, knit/crochet, dyeing) and related equipment (looms, spinning wheels, dye lab and lab safety, accessories) is preferred.

Gallery Intern: The Gallery Intern will work primarily with the Program Manager to plan exhibitions, prepare supporting materials, and organize community events. A main part of this role will be installation and deinstallation of the rotating exhibition schedule in the Praxis Gallery. The intern will work closely with exhibiting artists to help achieve their vision.  The intern will assist the director in planning and implementing the exhibition schedule for 2022. Requirements for this role include, art handling, installation/deinstallation, understanding of art theory and field of contemporary textiles, high skills in organization and communication.

Research Intern: The Research Intern will work to develop an independent project aligned with a program or category in Praxis’s mission. Possibilities include fiber and natural dye history, contemporary fiber art practices and technology, material studies, and theory. The Intern will work with Praxis’s growing library, historic textile collection, and ongoing collection and review of resources pertaining to the above topics. The Intern may also choose to conduct research on contemporary artists in Cleveland and the surrounding region, or on fiber art and technology as a field. The form of the Intern’s work may come as, but is not limited to: organization and documentation of books and textiles, a blog featuring new books in the Praxis Library with written reviews, a series of essays or papers concerning a topic of research that utilizes materials in the Praxis Library and Collections, or hosted panel discussions.

Digital Weaving Lab Intern (PAID POSITION see description): The Digital Weaving Lab intern supports maintenance and preparation for the Digital Weaving Lab residency. This includes preparing warps and warping the TC2 loom (training provided), regularly checking the equipment during open studio hours and providing basic weaving support, i.e., fixing broken ends, finding materials, tools, etc. for each resident. An hourly wage will be provided for winding and warping the loom, up to 12 hours per week and additional time will be compensated with TC2 access. Prior experience weaving on either the TC1 or TC2 is required.

Natural Dye Garden Intern ( April 15 – Oct. 15): Natural Dye Garden intern will become immersed in our initiative to grow, process and use natural indigo. The intern will support activities associated with our indigo adoption program. This includes communicating with the local Praxis community who will be growing indigo for Praxis at home and across business and organization. The intern will also assist in the maintenance of our natural indigo vat as well as the planting and harvesting of natural indigo on site at Praxis. Experience with natural dyes and/or gardening is preferred.

General Information: Internships require a minimum commitment of 4 hours per week, from June 1, 2022 – May 31, 2023, arranged according to each person’s schedule. Interns are expected to be motivated and adaptable to the dynamic conditions of a small nonprofit organization.

Interns receive 27/7 keyed access to Praxis, including dedicated time on a loom and use of accessories and studio materials including yarn, scrap fabric, and dyes. Interns can enroll in classes and workshops in order to expand their practice and knowledge. Interns also benefit from being part of a supportive intergenerational community of local makers.

Each applicant may apply to (1) of the open internship positions. Application materials for the specified internship must be compiled into a single PDF document no larger than 25MB. The document should be titles with the applicant’s first & last name as well as the internship they are applying for.

Applications must include: A statement of purpose in which the applicant states the reason for applying to the internship, what they seek to learn from the experience, and what skills and ideas they can share with Praxis (250 word max): Resume/CV

Studio Internship: 5 images of work that demonstrates knowledge of fiber art processes.

Research Internship: Proposal for intended research project (250 words max).

Digital Weaving Intern: Letter of recommendation from program or location where weaving experience was obtained.

Submit applications to



We are seeking individuals who are creative, interested in the arts, and looking to participate in the day-to-day operations of a contemporary art organization. Apply today!

SPACES commissions artists from around the world—at all stages of their careers—to make new work that is responsive to timely issues. We use these projects as a jumping off point to create educational initiatives that help develop a more informed citizenry. We also distribute grants to artists outside of our residency and exhibition programs.

SPACES is looking for Jan-July and July-Dec interns. Internships typically last 6 months, though we do at times bring on project-based interns.

Position open until filled

We pay $9/hour for 15-20 hours/week

SPACES is a BIPOC-led, femme-run nonprofit arts organization. Interns should expect to participate meaningfully in the fast-paced, energetic environment of a mid-sized nonprofit.

Straight Shooter Photography / Dan Morgan Photography assistant.

Deadline – Flexible

Time frame for the work – Late May / Early June – Through August – Part Time.

Assistant Photographer for Dan Morgan, in Studio and on Location Photography.

Dan has 40 years of advertising and marketing photography, including work in New York for Sotheby’s Auction House and Kate Spade shoes and handbags.

Compensation: – This is a paid, part time, position, one day a week. $15/hr.

Additional benefits include learning about lighting composition and real life client experiences from Dan Morgan’s long career.

Contact information to apply – Dan Morgan –

YARDS Gallery Assistant and host

Yards Projects is an art gallery located in the historic Warehouse District in an amazing, adaptive reuse building called Worthington Yards that is a residence to over 200 people. Yards Projects has group exhibitions with artists that represent and reflect what our city looks like. Worthington Yards supports artists and has one of the largest regional collections of art Throughout it’s space. Tours and programming events are also a big aspect of the work we do to turn on newcomers to the arts.

Contact Liz Maugans at 216 570-0324

No deadline

I pay per opening $40 and Most openings are 2.5 hours (they must be 21 to serve alcohol)

I often need help installing and can take on a long term assistant which I cannot pay, but can really give a great deal of insight and mentorship to.

WOLFS Gallery

WOLFS is seeking an intern to assist with daily activities which may include: Hanging artworks; Preparing labels and signage; Moving pedestals and gallery furniture; Packing and preparing work for shipping; Maintaining social media accounts; Researching artists and/or art objects; Keeping inventory up to date; Running the occasional errand; Other projects, as assigned.

We are looking for self-motivated, detail-oriented people who thrive in an ever-changing, fast paced environment. Applicants must have some basic experience handling artworks. An interest in art history is preferred. A curiosity and willingness to learn about the inner workings of an art gallery are required.

Internship timeline is flexible.

Zygote Press Summer Program Interns

We are looking for Summer Programs Interns! Our Programming Interns would be helping with both on-site & off-site community programs. An internship at Zygote requires a commitment of at least 20 hours a month.

Zygote internships are unpaid, but, interns do get the following benefits: Free access to the shop; Free Printmaking instruction; Group classes at no cost (if space is available); Teaching and community engagement opportunities; Special shop activities; networking and projects.


DeKrooning INTERNSHIPwrecked

Exciting opportunity to be a part of a sound group!

We are looking for someone to join us, as an intern and possibly as a permanent member. We need a highly creative thinker/artist who is computer and tech savvy to create videos for the live stage performances as well as on-line vids.( think Tool or Pink Floyd) In addition, this member must be able to edit videos,sync with music, develop our website, promote with social media, use photoshop to create visuals, posters etc! They will assist on lighting, on-stage lighting, stage videos and overall stage design. This artist will be credited alongside us as a “band”or “sound/artis”t member.

We are a duo producing a psychedelic art/music experience, with the use of our voices, drum kits, electronic drum pads, synthesizers, keyboards, djembes, a gong and a Hand pan.

We call ourselves DeKrooning after the abstract expressionist, Willem DeKooning. The abstract expressionist style of painting employs the reaction to preceding marks or colors with little knowledge of the finished outcome before reaching it.

We make our art/music (for lack of a better term) in a similar manner, creating unique one-time experiences. Some influences are, DeKooning, Tool, The Black Angels, The Cure, Tim Hawkinson, Rauschenberg, grafitti,  the occult, mysticism, explosions and the insane.

We want to add an insanely creative energetic outside artist, thinker, videographer, tech, take charge, social media-savvy, weird, marketing guru, off the fucking wall, not quite human person to join us with the expertise. This is not a job, not a paying position, not your usual humdrum hoity toity crap; this is an adventure to be a part of a team that will not follow the norm. We aim to be huge! We want you to be an equal member of our team. Put your boots on!

To learn more, email Loren Naji and Christine Ripley at and

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