AMS is seeking qualified candidates of color for fellowships in our Southport, Connecticut office. This effort is being undertaken to help support and escalate involvement of individuals from groups that have been underrepresented in the arts and culture consulting field. Fellowships are intended to provide practical training, increase and ultimately play a role in nurturing leadership, expanding and fostering inclusiveness in the consulting field. This program also provides the opportunity for participants to be mentored and engage in valuable training and dialogue benefiting from a staff which collectively has several decades of expertise in the arts and culture arena. What is learned at AMS may play a role in providing a competitive advantage when interns who have been engaged in the program are looking for employment in the arts and culture field.
Tasks associated with the fellowship program include assisting with project planning & research efforts for small organizations, as well as major arts & cultural institutions; providing support with operations analyses for arts and culture organizations and facilities; assisting with research and writing; and conducting industry and consumer research. Please review our fellowship position for details and how to apply.