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Kennedy Center Seeks Adults with Intellectual Disabilities for Arts Internship

Nov 15, 2012 Download iCalendarPAID Internship Opportunity for Adults with Autism

Kennedy Center Seeks Adults with Intellectual Disabilities for Arts Internship

The Kennedy Center's Experiential Education Initiative (EEI) Internship Program is currently seeking applications for the upcoming Spring 2013 EEI Internship Program semester. The internship runs January 22-April 26, 2013.



The Experiential Education Initiative Internship is an innovative program designed to offer meaningful instruction and cultural arts experiences to individuals with intellectual disabilities. The EEI Internship Program provides hands-on internships and opportunities to explore today's complex performing arts environment to six motivated individuals each year.

Applicants must:

  • have a documented intellectual disability (as defined by The U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission);

  • be between the ages of 19 and 30;

  • demonstrate an interest in the performing arts; and

  • be referred to the program through a social service agency.


The deadline to apply is Friday, November 30. Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

>>> For Information on EEI and Other Internship Opportunities
>>> To Download the Application (The application is also attached to this article)

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