Teen Art Connect Application 2016-2017
Application for Teen Art Connect
Teen Art Connect (TAC) is a job training program that brings together high school students from diverse backgrounds for a year-round paid internship exploring culture through art at The Contemporary Jewish Museum. All high school students entering 10th, 11th, or 12th grade in fall 2016 are eligible to apply.

Those who are applying, or interested in applying, to the TAC program are strongly encouraged to attend one of our upcoming teen events. All current TACs will be there as will the program director, Leah Greenberg, so it's a good way to get a feel for the program and also introduce yourself as an applicant.
Careers in the Arts Panel: Sunday, January 24 | 3-5pm
InstaMeet Photowalk: Sunday, February 21 | 3-5pm
More info: thecjm.org/teens

Timeline and Important Dates:
• Friday, March 18: Applications due by 5pm
• Mid-April: Applicants will be contacted and select individuals will be invited to interview
• Mid-May: Acceptance notices will be sent
• June 13 – June 24: Summer training intensive (10am-4pm, Mon – Fri)
• July – August: Three trainings Sundays 3-5:30pm (exact dates TBD)
• August 2016 – May 2017: Trainings twice a month (Sundays 3-5:30pm) and weekly work shifts (2-6 hours per week)

To apply, all applicants must complete all parts of this form:
1. Personal Information
2. Short Answers
3. Reference Information

Please complete all of the fields and hit "Submit" ONCE. If your application goes through correctly the screen will say it has been saved.Then you will receive a confirmation email to the address you provided.

Please note: We recommend typing your answers separately, proofing, and then copying and pasting them into the form.
  • Personal Information

    Please complete all fields.
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  • Short Answers

    Please respond to the following questions in a paragraph or more.
  • Reference

    Please give us the name and contact information of an adult (NOT A RELATIVE) who knows you well, and ask them to write you a paragraph or two of why you would be a fabulous intern. If your reference prefers to email the paragraph separately, he or she can email it to teens@thecjm.org and you can note in the space below that, "Reference will be emailed separately."
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  • Click on the photo to read blog posts by past teen interns
More information: teens@thecjm.org