Volunteer Internship Opportunity:


Administrative/ Event Intern for 2nd Annual Secret Art Show


BURBANK ARTS FOR ALL FOUNDATION (www.BurbankArtsForAll.org), a 501 


(c)(3) non-profit education foundation, has been dedicated to raising funds on 


behalf of visual and performing arts education programs in the Burbank Unified 


School District since 2006. Through a combination of corporate sponsorships, 


individual memberships, donations and fundraising events, Burbank Arts for All 


Foundation has, to date, awarded more than $250,000 in grants to our schools 


for a variety of arts education programs as part of a student’s core curriculum.


After the success of our first ever Secret Art Show in November 2013, the 


Foundation seeks an Administrative/Event Intern to learn and assist in the execution of a successful arts 


fundraising event, by providing support before, during and after the 2nd Annual Secret Art Show this Fall. 




 Database upkeep, including data entry and organization


 Organization and proper storage of Artwork, by ensuring proper labeling and filing


 Transporting artwork to a local scanning site


 Artist Packet Delivery and Art Pick-Ups (Burbank locations only)


 Compiling Artist Packets (when needed)


 Assisting the Administrative Coordinator in coordinating event volunteers


 Event Day Duties/Post Event Duties 


 Other tasks as needed




The Foundation seeks a current student in the areas of Art or Arts Management, who is interested in gaining 


hands-on experience in a small but dynamic setting. Applicant must have use of a personal vehicle and have a 


 Experience with MS Office Suite (Word, Outlook, PowerPoint, Publisher, Excel) and Adobe PDF


 Demonstrated strong organizational and time management skills with attention to detail


 Ability to multi-task, while remaining flexible and working as a team player


 Able to maintain positive, professional interpersonal relations with Board Members, donors and community


 Able to handle confidential material in a professional and responsible manner


 Car, valid driver’s license and insurance required




This is primarily an office position that requires only occasional bending, reaching, stooping, lifting and moving of 


office materials weighing 25 pounds or less. The position requires daily use of a personal computer. Some local 




The Internship will run from September 2014 to November 2014 and will 10 – 20 hours per week. Working times 


will be based upon Intern’s availability and schedule. 


Internship is unpaid; however, college credit may be available. Successful intern will also receive a personal letter


of recommendation from the Foundation’s Executive Director. 


Please send cover letter and resume to:


Trena Pitchford, Executive Director, at [email protected]


348 E. Olive Ave, Suite D, Burbank, CA 91502