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Interns will generally work about 15 hours per week. Locations can be in Ann Arbor, Detroit, Ypsilanti or other locations throughout Michigan. Students applying must be able to work the required number of hours. Specific skills may be required for each position but generally include excellent verbal and written communication skills, knowledge of Mac Office programs, Google apps and data entry.
Applicants must have a strong interest in work that directly benefits youth and must have the ability to adjust to a busy, constantly-changing environment. Interns need to be very organized, cooperative and willing to take on tasks and do what it takes to get the job done.
The internships are offered by The Michigan Council for Arts and Cultural Affairs. The state agency is responsible for growing business in Michigan, increasing job opportunities, grant awards and economic growth. Internships are one way in which the agency offers business assistance, and encourages more talent and experience that benefit communities in the state of Michigan.
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