Applications due July 31st, 2015
Support the growth of Artisan’s Asylum, a 40,000 square foot 501(c)3 non-profit makerspace now in it’s fifth year of making creativity a way of life. Immersed in a collaborative and creative space, you will work closely with a small management team and a group of dedicated member-volunteers in a fast-paced, challenging and rewarding work environment.
See HireCulture for our full position description and qualifications.
How to apply: Send your resume and cover letter to firstname.lastname@example.org
We are always looking to add to our group of dedicated volunteers. There are various ways to help around the Asylum from giving tours or manning the front desk to building shelves or sweeping floors. We are also open to longer term volunteer positions working directly with the staff. Please check out our Volunteer Page for more information!
Join our Summer Volunteer Program!
Our Summer Volunteer Program focuses on supporting the Facilities Manager in the maintenance and upkeep of our shared community shops and social spaces. Immersed in a collaborative and creative space, you will work closely with a small management team and a group of dedicated member-volunteers in a fast-paced, challenging and rewarding work environment.
Paid internship opportunities are sometimes available to support the staff in day to day operations or learn about non-profit administration. Contact jobs [at] artisansasylum.com with your resume and letter of interest and we will contact you during the next round of hiring.
“I could not have asked for a better summer internship experience. Working at Artisan’s Asylum is a hands-on experience in that you will be given important responsibilities that lead to development in non-profit administration and management skills. The day-to-day includes interaction with members, meetings with staff, business development and data analysis activities, and a variety of special projects in a variety of focus areas. Above all, being surrounded by such innovative minds made every moment exciting and a learning opportunity.”